Toronto-ON-based grunge trap and alt hip-hop rocker, Krosst Out has unveiled his new single, “Drive” along with a video to accompany the release.
“‘Drive’ is my anthem,” Krosst Out confirms. “It’s the song I’ve wanted to make for years, and it’s the song that, if someone were to ask me who I was, I would point to it and tell them: I’m that.
It’s grunge, it’s metal, rap, and rock, all in the span of 2:44,” he adds. “It’s why I’ve spent the last 14 years of my life in a notebook.”
The track comes from his upcoming album, Phone Calls With Ghosts, a project that has the Toronto-based artist squaring away with his small-town upbringing.
“Some kids treat piano lessons like a chore, but I treated them like a lifeline,” Krosst Out — nee Aaron Siebenga — offers. “They were my way out.”
Check out the video for “Drive” below and stay up to date with Krosst Out via his socials.
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