Edmonton artist Kyrple releases the “Haunted” single & video

Edmonton recording artist Kyrple recently released his new “Haunted” single and video. Filmed by Red Room Studios and edited by Sonik Hip Hop, the video for “Haunted” was uploaded to Merkules’ YouTube channel on July 17, along with the message: “Uploading this to my channel cause he’s a good friend of mine and deserves the exposure.” The video just recently cracked 55K views.

You can find the single on various digital streaming platforms including Apple Music and Spotify. The song was also recently added to HipHopCanada’s official Spotify playlist, Canadian Fresh.

Check out the video and accompanying press release below.

Kryple Gets His Mind Right With His Latest Drop “Haunted”

Out of some troubling times, Kryple has fashioned the introspective single “Haunted,” which premiered on July 17th, 2020. The track sheds light on his mentality and has a melancholy that lingers in this single. The gripping video was filmed on location in Edmonton, Alberta and was filmed by Red Room Studios and edited by Sonik Hip Hop. It has over 50,000 views.

Kryple is a Canadian artist, songwriter and producer representing Edmonton, who has been nominated for a Western Canadian Music Artist Award. He is an independent artist and has been praised for his lyrical cadence. In 2018, Kryple released “Sauce” featuring rising internet sensation Lil Windex, which gained over 800,000 views. His single and video “Want it All” has accumulated over 100,000 views. 2019 was a huge year for Kryple’s solo projects which have included three separate tours with Merkules (Australia & New Zealand), Yelawolf, and Lil Windex. In 2020, he launched his limited high-end street wear brand, Day & Nyt. His first drop sold out with three vibrant styles and has helped spark a surge to his momentum.



Kryple (Photo: Instagram)

“Haunted” displays Kryple’s lyricism over an eerie melodic beat. “My thoughts alone will leave you haunted …” reflects his mind which is inhabited by thoughts so dark, he calls for a psychiatrist. This haunted imagination gives him no peace. In this song, he is continually consumed by his own mental anguish and torment. As the song goes on, Kryple narrates his own extraordinary journey of having a desire to overcome his torment and the hunger for this is so strong, his stomach aches. He wants his listeners to know that you have the power to make your thoughts harmless and cripple them by depriving them of attention. He wants to inspire others to never quit.

“Haunted” reflects when talent, vision, and drive come together to create something unique. Kryple’s deftness, skill, and agility makes him one of the most exciting artists to emerge from Western Canada. His emotion-triggering rap will become anthems for his fervent fan base. Kryple’s album, which is currently in progress, will drop before the end of 2020.

Edmonton artist Kyrple releases the Haunted single and video

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