Lil Xelly just won’t let up. He’s started his new series YesXrr, and now with the fourth installment YesXrr 4 officially out he gives his loyal listeners another classic tape and enjoyable listen. All five tracks are levels above anything he’s released before, proving that he is only improving and at a rate faster than most of his peers. Each Sparkheem produced track fits him perfectly, from the metallic background in Oh Oh Ah, the ringing bells in Aim Shoot, to the slow grinding melody in Randy Moss. If you’ve been keeping up with his drops up until now you’ll no doubt like YesXrr 4.
Almost immediately after dropping his project Xelly took to Youtube with his new Moshpit directed visual for Xrrheem. The horror thriller features him disposing of a body, adding his own spine-chilling touching to this Halloween night. Check it out for yourself below.