Sticking to your original plan and style is not always an easy thing to do. Most artists move on to new aesthetics every so often, not that it’s a bad thing, it’s just become the norm. Lil Xelly however, has been able to keep his projects in line with the vision he set out with. Whether they were named by him alone or with the help of his attentive fans, each tape has been cleverly named.
The latest, a full length and controversial Rxelly, taking a jab at the one and only Pied Piper himself. But beneath the cover lies a new and improved Xelly, moving gracefully through nine amazing tracks with help in production from various producers like k30beats, Mannyvelli, Sparkheem, Spizzledoe, XanGang, and Blkyth. Throughout the entire tape Xelly switches from autotune and love sick lyrics to street influenced punches. It’s still early in the year and we can honestly expect him to accomplish so much more before the years end. For now though, give Rxelly the attention it deserves below.