Teddy Fantum and G Milla made some of Toronto's finest rap efforts in Help Me and LFDY, albums that saw them collaborate with each other on several tracks. The two are now an official duo known as Hard to Kill, and they've released the Kid. Studio-directed visual for their debut single "Slime."
With an eerily chiming beat, the song's a tremendous banger that has both rappers leaning hard on the Torontonian slang in their hooks. As for the video, there are references to surreal sci-fi (the unnatural yellow-green tint) and Korean horror films (a creepy little girl wearing a Victorian dress pops up every so often), in Kid. Studio's typical fashion. The presence of people wearing sheets as "ghosts" is a way of taking the piss out of the ominous atmosphere, though. It's an overall strong showing for Hard to Kill as a production unit and as performers, so go mosh to "Slime" above.