Kay Flock Releases ‘Brotherly Love Pt. 2(Feat. B-Lovee & Dougie B’ Along With Visual.
Teenaged New York Drill star Kay Flock reassembles one of the Bronx’s most invigorating trios. Tapping in with B-Lovee and Dougie B for the dynamic new track ‘Brotherly Love Pt.2’. The new track features production by A Lau & Matt Marvin combined with fresh vigorous verses from the trio.
“Pt.2” comes complete with a transporting music video. Bringing viewers into the Bronx and capturing the energy of the bulsting borough. Every bar is spit with the pedal pressed all the way to the floor. As a result, Kay Flock’s infatuating influence in the New York drill ecosystem is felt within the visual.
Directed by Kaiyah Napri, the striking visual juxtapose B-Lovee and Dougie B’s physical frames with images of Kay Flock beamed onto an all encompassing projection.
Adjacently, ‘Brotherly Love Pt.2’ reunites Kay Flock with his friends B-Lovee and Dougie B from their first ‘Brotherly Love’. After dropping last March, it has surpassed more than 21 million views on YouTube alone. Last years song was a distillation of raw aggression.
In contrast, the emotionally evocative instrumental combined with the more introspective leaning lyrics on “Pt.2”. In result, signaling the rapid growth of the artists. These MC’s have fore sure elevated to a new level.
‘Brotherly Love Pt.2’ also follows the smooth and confident, ‘Make A Movie’ collab with drill veteran Fivio Foreign. In addition to the massive Drill anthem , ‘Shake It’ which has Kay Flock collaborating with Dougie B again along with Bory300 and superstar, Cardi B.
“A contemporary pop hit without forsaking the essence of drill.”-New York Times on ‘Shake It’
The New Leader of Drill
The songs, ‘Being Honest’ and ‘Is Ya Ready’ is what really helped put Kay Flock on the map.
Ever since Kay Flock has elevated his vision of drill music. A vision which makes drill feel raw and free-spirited. An unburdened and electrifying take on his city’s sound.
Kay Flock has spent the last couple years making tracks that bring some of the movement’s strongest future stars together. All while amplifying his own movement by pitching drill as collaborative, energetic, and most of all, alive.
The “Brotherly Love” series has clearly served a great importance to Kay Flock and his young career. As a result, the title is set to be reimagined in a soon-to-be-released documentary. ‘Brotherly Love: The Kay Flock Story’ will serve as a glimpse inside the artists and his life behind the microphone.
He grew up in a rugged environment he describes as “dangerous”. As a teenager, he found escape in Brooklyn drill and music from Chicago rappers like King Von.
After being introduced to recording by his friends B-Lovee and Dougie B in 2020, Kay Flock’s unmistakable talent was recognized.
After climbing from humble beginnings to the verge of mainstream success much like other New York drill artists, one thing separates Kay Flock from everyone else.
Kay Flock hails from the Bronx. However, the Bronx is neighborhood that hasn’t so far produced the gener’s stars.
Staying true to himself, Kay Flock seems to be that one star produced from the Bronx.