KH Lyor – ‘M5’ [EP]

By: Seamus Fay

The last time we heard from KH Lyor, it was with his anthemic offering, “Smoke At The Party” – a single which has undoubtedly stuck in our heads here at Graduation Music as a standout release in recent months. Today, he continues the theme of creating warm-weathered soundtracks to life with a brand new, 2-track EP entitled M5. Consisting of “GO!” and “Sunday Morning”, the latest from the KH representative may be short in length, but before we delve further into this one, it must be understood that it lives on and lengthens its impact through the genuine creation of a summer-minded aesthetic. M5 is ready to take over our playlists, and thankfully so.

That being said, when you dig a little deeper, the prowess of this EP is only natural considering the production credits from Niaggi and Christian Yoon – two names that have hit our pages plenty of times as hit machines in and of themselves. Additionally, the song “Sunday Morning” takes to guest spots from KH Belo and WayUp Rui, and all in all, every name featured on the short project alongside KH Lyor absolutely kills it in their respective roles. This EP is a showcase of raw talent in its finest form, and with that, it’s no wonder that M5 is about to do some serious numbers this summer. The weather is warming up, the stocks are rising for the KH team, and now, we have the soundtrack to the moment.

Listen to KH Lyor’s latest at the link below:

 

KH Lyor – “Smoke At The Party”

By: Seamus Fay

Here to start your week off on the right note, KH Lyor just released a brand new single titled “Smoke At The Party” that you need to listen to. For background, you may know Lyor and a few of his Khrome Heartz partners and their extensive work in the fashion world. Beyond this, however, these multitalented creatives can clearly excel in any medium they choose, with this song as the perfect proof.

Produced by SpliffEastwood, “Smoke At The Party” is an anthemic look into nightlife that anyone can latch onto. Its melodic, hazy sound pushes up against Lyor’s vocals, and in a conjoining of two complementary forces, a standout song is created in the process. Aside from this, “Smoke At The Party” may be a loose release on SoundCloud, but that’s not to say that KH Lyor could definitely be onto something as time goes on considering the talent and personality that he holds in such a natural light.

Keep an eye out and for now, listen to “Smoke At The Party” at the link below: