Gaining momentum as an artist to watch, Houston-born rapper SaxkBoy KD unleashes a new single entitled “Spells” featuring Taylor Ricard today via Cash Money Records. Available at all digital partners now, get it HERE.

Coming on the heels of his most recent release, “Candy/(Sweet & Juicy)” featuring Lah PatKD’s newest song displays his versatility over a throwback beat. “Spells” alternates between a laidback flow and contagious melody that displays his deft lyricism and smooth vocal delivery. Rising Baton Rouge star Taylor Ricard rolls through with a stunning cameo of his own.

Stay tuned for a bold blockbuster “Spells” music video to accompany the track.

“Candy (Sweet & Juicy)” followed the release of SaxkBoyKD’s collaborative EP with fellow H-Town rapper That Mexican OT, The Show Must Go On Get it HERE.  The project has amassed 11M+ global streams and the official video for its lead single, “Just Talking” recently surpassed 1M+ views.  The critically acclaimed songs have earned co-signs from All Hip HopHype Magazine, Remixed MagazineDirty Glove Bastard, and more. This past May, he dropped a chopped and screwed version of the project produced by Houston’s own, the legendary OG Ron C via The Show Must Go On: Chopped Not Slopped. Get it HERE.

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About Saxkboy KD
Saxkboy KD ignites a blaze amidst new hip-hop hopefuls. His melodic drawl a familiar but rebellious rendition of Deep South storytelling, is reminiscent of the late 80s legends of “Dirty Souf” rappers UGK. His moniker, Saxkboy KD, naturally came from a reputation of always having sacks cash on him and an abbreviation of his actual name.

High stepping into manhood, Saxkboy KD has already lived a life that rivals most urban fiction. Born at the family reunion in Jasper, Texas, he was destined to be a musically inclined child rocking front porches and living rooms since he was seven while vibing with family and friends to old-school RnB hits and soul jams. Some of Saxkboy KD’s earliest Hip-Hop influences were already legends including Ice Cube & Snoop Dogg, 2Pac and the Wu-Tang Clan.  Their lyrics began to hold new meaning as Saxkboy KD’s life hit hardest during adolescence.