Press play on this new heat.
Following the successful release of two singles, “Creepin” and “Checks”, Lerado Khalil returns to our pages today to premiere a new visual for “LMK”. The track comes off of his debut album Shark Fin Soup and calls on the people surrounding him to pick a side. Not that the nineteen-year-old needs anyone else on his team, as is made clear when he raps “Just leave me alone, Let a nigga breathe // Just me and my brother, You was seven, eight deep”, but relationships can get less genuine when you’re a buzzing rapper.
Shot by Bijan Souri and edited by Wojciech Powalka, the video itself pictures Lerado in a desert posing through vibrantly-hued frames. The colorful visual fits the playful production brought to the table by deaf and Moistbread. Check it out below and let him know if you’re rocking with it in the video’s comment section.