Killah Trakz and Es-K deliver a 90s (and early 2000s) powered hip hop track (boombap) with latest, ‘For The Love’. There’s a whole lot of soul and style. Listening to it revives the candor and spirit with which the genre was held and handled. The Radio Edit of the track is released alongside an instrumental and acapella version. While the first one is a dimensionalized blend of soul synths and hard hitting verses, the other two versions diverge, giving us bare and stripped samples.

The track is introduced by the sublime productional value of Es-K. With strident and concussive beats lines, the artist fathoms a lo-fi ambient synth flow against which Killah Trakz presents his love and celebrates old-school hip-hop values. He reinforces its legacy with deliberate and straightforward verse delivery. And Es-K, with his record scratches and percussive builds pays his own homage to it.

Killah Trakz first came into the hip-hop scene in 2007 with his debut track, ‘Hoodz Prodigy’. He has since made a career in ghost writing and producing for today’s favorite artists. Listen Now!

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘For The Love’ by Killah Trakz and Es-K here –