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A wicked hip-hop tune that pays homage to iconic horror movies.

Canadian musical creative, Kurst, is an emerging hip-hop artist that is ready to share his “passionate, versatile, and original sound” with the world. His unique moniker stands for ‘King Under Really Stressful Times.’ With creativity bursting through his veins, Kurst focuses on using music to tell a story to his listeners. His work has received praise for its “silky smooth flows and clever lyricism.” As a storytelling artist, his work explores various and sometimes controversial topics. Kurst’s discography is available on Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music. One of Kurst’s most recent releases is his hip-hop single, “Slasher.”

For anyone who enjoys the spine-tingling chill of horror movie soundtracks, “Slasher” is going to be right up your alley. The song provides an ambiance worthy of a chase scene. Additionally, the accompanying image is terrifying while serving as a homage to a show of the same name. Clearly, it’s difficult to turn a hip-hop song into something genuinely scary, but it seems easy here. There are lyrics like “I’m the nightmare on elm street, try to snooze on this, I don’t think you know what I did last summer” and “I know these clowns know I’m IT, call me pennywise, I see your eyes little boy you lookin’ petrified.” With references to films including Psycho, Friday The 13th, and A Nightmare on Elm Street, Kurst’s terrifying creation is the perfect listen for any horror movie fan. So, press play and try to stay alive against this “Slasher.”

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