Check out Khalil Slaughter’s visual from his new Metallica-sampled Hiphop track “PULLINTEEF.”
Directed by Michael Alexander, this captivating release highlights why Khalil Slaughter is truly in a league of his own. Flaunting inspiration from the likes of Sean Price, Method Man, Lupe Fiasco and Alice In Chains, the smooth transitions are paired with a ferocious and blistering lyrical assault.
PULLINTEEF will leave a refreshing mark on any listener seeking something genuinely new and original.
Khalil Slaughter's most recent release “Nature” is available on all streaming services now.
Check out the "PULLINTEEF" video below:
Khalil Slaughter is not your average hip hop artist. Philly bred, he’s spanned his methodical work over more than a decade of creations. From fronting a reggae band, to writing comedic odes like “#ServerLife,” as well as composing the intro to the “The Philly Offensive” series, he’s proven again and again to be a musical force to be reckoned with. Khalil Slaughter draws inspiration from many artists of varying genres; ranging from Wu-Tang and Gil-Scott Heron to metal acts like Black Sabbath and Megadeth. Don’t get it twisted— Khalil Slaughter is as Hiphop as they come. Add to that a compliment of distorted riffage and heavy synth transitions and the results are undeniable.
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