West coast rapping sensation, King Lil G, is back with tantalizing new visuals for his latest single “Hollowtips,” now available on all digital streaming platforms.
G takes fans back to the trap as he delivers raw and uncut lyrics over a steamy and captivating video. The Mexican American rapper effortlessly gives a boost of dopamine and a feeling of nostalgia with his free flowing west coast vibe easily reminding fans of his South Central roots. “It was 2 in the morning, keeping it G was the motive. If you got heat let me hold it. If you know me, imma stoner. If you know me imma soldier,” he raps over the Contraband (Tink, PartNextDoor) produced single. Making Apple Music’s “Rap Life” playlist, “Hollowtips” also peaks at #11 on YouTube’s Trending videos.
King Lil G, known for his storytelling approach, often raps about his life experiences and surroundings as seen on his recent release, “Unemployed,” or previously released hits including “Posing” featuring Liife and his noteworthy 2019 song “No Face, No Case” which garnered more than 8 million YouTube views and 30 million streams to date.
No stranger to struggle or survival, King Lil G is surely becoming a household name across Hip Hop. He continues to break barriers not only in the industry but his community as well. His music and work is a testimony of his life and it often serves as a tool to positively influence young Black and Brown boys who share similar upbringings not only in America but across Latin America. King recognizes his voice is a vessel to speak truth to the struggle and uplift others like him.
The independent rap star has been making waves across the underground Hip Hop scene since the early 2000s and it has not gone unnoticed as recognized by Billboard, XXL, The Source and more. King Lil G has collaborated with some of the most renowned names in Hip Hop including the late Nipsey Hu$$le, Too $hort, Bun B, & Tory Lanez. His last project, Eternal (2019), received rave reviews while he continues to hit record numbers with more than 7 million streams monthly which includes some of his most streamed songs “Hopeless Boy” (2014), “AK47” (2014), “Ignorance” (2015), and “Grow up” (2015).
“…The West Coast spitter represents for all the underdogs in hip-hop, he puts on for all the people who look like him…his pain and struggle is something that audiences from all over the world can relate to.” – L.A Weekly
“King Lil G knows how to rebound from a setback. The ’90s Kid, who has overcome many trials and tribulations to become a hometown favorite, hopes his music can provide some thug motivation for others.” – XXL
“Up-and-coming phenom King Lil G is out to forge his legacy in West Coast rap.” – Vibe