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Toronto’s Lan’do, KillVill & Scruffie Go Hard On New Underground Heater “SMD”






Toronto’s rising rap duo Lan’do and Scruffie (apart of DEADVERYSOON) and KillVill made quite some noise for the cities underground recently with their newest song release “SMD”. We can say fans have been waiting on this one for a while now, with teasers and snippets of the song popping up on Instagram back in October of last year. The ongoing teasers from the artists leading up to the drop left fans begging for more, and as any promising artists would do, fed us the slapper this month leaving Toronto’s underground more then satisfied.




Not only that but the three have also included a full visual for the track as well, directed by Wei Yuan, matching the songs grungy underground vibe perfectly. Clocking in at two minutes and thirty seconds, you see the three rappers mobbing with their friends at what it seems like a house party, frequently switching to scenes of them vibing in an underground basement with graffiti all over the walls. The grimey bass led beat laid down by Sabpac sets the tone for the song, with Lan’do on the head bobbing hook letting the haters know to “SMD”. KillVill supports the track with his classic hard rap style, making the song that much tougher. Scruffie gives the song its last verse with a mean flow and hard bars to finish the song off.

We look forward to what Lan’do, KillVill, & Scruffie have planned next and expect more heat to come within this new year.

Watch and listen to “SMD” below.


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