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Kill Jasper Shares “Save Me” Visual

Kill Jasper
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Kill Jasper is a dope new musician from Los Angeles. Jasper follows up with a new visual for his single “Save Me”. The music video features the artist living fast amongst friends, making clear his uninhibited lifestyle can’t last forever. 

Compton-born, South Central raised Kill Jasper is more than just a hard-hitting rapper with original bars. The 20-year-old artist is a breath of fresh air in the rap space. Moreover, offering genuine versatility and authenticity far beyond his years.

Kill Jasper Is Bubbling In The Industry 

Kill Jasper first began his musical journey at age 6, soaking up a wide breadth of influences. This helps him to escape the world around him. Furthermore, memorizing lyrics and digesting the messages of these iconic acts fed his desire. It also turned music from just a hobby into a passion that took priority in his life. His music today is inspired by the trials and tribulations of growing up in the streets of South Central. Luckily, the endurance his upbringing instilled in him. The young artist is an inspiration to many with his lyricism; he expresses how he got out of dark places, highlighting both his losses and wins. Not one to dwell on the negative, Kill Jasper knows that for better or worse his life has taught him the value of time and the importance of perseverance. 

With over 1 million streams on Apple Music alone, Kill Jasper’s long-awaited debut project Highs And Lows, set to release later this year, will further highlight his strength as a creative. Listeners can expect the unexpected with songs to get both in and out of their feelings, dancehall records, alternative inspired tracks, and more. Kill Jasper isn’t afraid to think outside of the box and carve his own lane and his track record to date shows that with each unique release, his dedicated fanbase is down for the ride. 

Take some time to view the video below!

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