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KILLAKAKE Drops Creative New Video “Golden State”

Up and coming Los Angeles artist Kyle Herman aka Killakake just released his first official music video, “Golden State.” It is the first song that to drop that will be on his newest project, I Hate Normal, set to drop this summer.

The video, shot in Huntington Beach, California incorporates the beautiful weather with the relaxing lifestyle of Southern Cali. With the help of Zach Edmunds from Tough Guy Media, a lot of creative shots were used for this project with quick edits to keep a viewer engaged.

The song and video are a true reflection of Killakake’s personality and how much fun he has with music his and videos. He pictures it as a song everyone can just play with the windows down and relax to. “I want it to be a song about feelin’ good and just enjoying yourself in the moment,” he says.

“The video was a blast to make and we want people to sit back, crack a beverage and have fun watching it.”

In the upcoming months, Killakake has big plans for multiple music videos. “A lot of people will be surprised by the upcoming videos, we’ve got some crazy ideas in the works,” expresses Killakake with a sly grin on his face.

He will also be releasing footage from live performances as well as continue his weekly online segment, “Saturday Sixteen’s ” Released on Saturday mornings, each episode features 16 bars new bars as well as the latest updates for his fans. “There’s a lot of great things happening right now and it’s only motivation to push harder,” he explains.

Be sure to check out the fresh video “Golden State” and visit his homepage at killakake.com for more!