On Friday (March 9), KYLE returned to express his space dreams with a bubbly fresh single, “To The Moon.” The track is the first official single from his forthcoming debut album, which is still without a title or release date.
The “iSPY” rapper takes aim at his opposition, “I can see them n—-s hatin’ from a mile away, hm/ They say when they see me they gon’ say it to my face, hm/ I’m about to drop, they gonna need a plane, hm/ I’m the quarterback, hut hut,” he rhymes over the track’s second verse, before continuing to tunefully hum through the chorus.
The 24-year-old previously teamed up with major artists for three singles released during the latter part of 2017 to hold fans over for the rest of the year after the Lil Yachy-assisted “iSPY” peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and achieved triple-platinum status. “Sunshine” with Miguel, “Off of It” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and “All Mine,” which enlists MadeinTYO have garnered a collective 1,500,000 million views on YouTube since their release.
Stream “To The Moon” below.
TO THE MOON OUT NOW!!! —https://t.co/mwi76kfaJC
— KYLE! (@SuperDuperKyle) March 9, 2018