By Julie S.
Riley PnP grabs Maxo Kream to delve deep into the dangers of Kansas City in new track Shots Fired
My introduction to RileyPnP was through his recent EP, The Murder Tape. It was only 3 tracks long, but he immediately stood out with his aggressive approach to instrumentals.
In the aforementioned EP, it was obvious Riley stays honest about his childhood and the tragic things he's seen. It was no surprise that his follow up single, Shots Fired, stayed in a similar lane. Riley has progressed significantly in just 3 months, laying out even more vivid street tales.
Shots Fired is just about as grimy as it gets, led by @BRUISER3100's instrumental and Riley and Maxo's husky vocals. Riley depicts (in detail) the many obstacles he's overcome, and his ability to stay positive and motivated.
If you haven't already, peepThe Murder tape and be sure to give him a follow on SoundCloud.