Emerging LA Rapper Kyle Gee Drops New Track and Joint Visual for “Through The Fire” In Addition To Forthcoming Track “BLB2”

Emerging LA Rapper Kyle Gee Drops New Track and Joint Visual for “Through The Fire” In Addition To Forthcoming Track “BLB2”

EMERGING LA RAPPER KYLE GEE
DROPS NEW TRACK “THROUGH THE FIRE”
JOINT VISUAL FOR “THROUGH THE FIRE” AND FORTHCOMING TRACK “BLB2”
OUT NOW

“BLB2” COMING APRIL 8TH – PRE-SAVE NOW

24-year-old emerging LA rapper/producer Kyle Gee has released his new melodic single “Through The Fire.” The track comes alongside side a joint visual – the first half for his new single and the second half for his forthcoming single “BLB2”out on all platforms on April 8th. To pre-save “BLB2,” click here.

Born Kyle Glimer, Kyle Gee is a native to South Central, LA, where his love for music started at just nine-years-old. He was brought up in a Christian household where Sunday service was mandatory and from those services, was first introduced and began to foster his relationship with music. Throughout his life, Kyle’s had many passions and talents, one being basketball in which he was heavily recruited by high schools, but it’s always came back to music for him. Instead of pursuing a career in sports, Kyle devoted his time to music – learning and self-teaching how to produce, write and engineer. All of this led up to the release of his projects The Heartbreak Kid in 2017, Cold Blooded in 2019 and HeartBreak Kid 2 in 2021. Between his last two projects, Kyle caught the eye of AOE Records founder Roland Hayes, who now manages him. With the release of “Through The Fire” and forthcoming track “BLB2” Kyle Gee gearing up to release more new music and his debut album.

Stay tuned for more from Kyle Gee coming soon.

Listen to “Through The Fire”:
https://kylegee.lnk.to/throughthefire

Pre-save “BLB2”:
https://kylegee.lnk.to/blb2

Keep Up with Kyle Gee:
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