KTOE is ready for the spotlight. After honing his craft in the studio these last few years, the Toronto maestro is now making his solo debut with a fresh new track. Entitled, "Holy Ghost", the eerie trap anthem comes armed with a warbling synth lead, nasty bassline, and heavy drum loops that'll surely knock at whatever pre-drink you're headed to this weekend.
In celebration of his first solo offering, KTOE pairs "Holy Ghost" with a short and sweet music video that captures his charismatic presence and showcases his Toronto stomping grounds. The Elliot Muscat-directed piece also features appearances by friends and frequent collaborators Ty Senoj, Unimerce, TRIPSIXX, and Jazz Cartier — you may recall that KTOE assisted Jazz on the Fleurever cut "Right Now", which is currently charting in the United States.
"Holy Ghost" properly sets the tone for KTOE's forthcoming full-length due sometime in the near future. In the meantime, you'll continue to hear his tag on a number of tracks, as the dude is busy in the studio with artists like Big Sean, Roy Woods, Bhad Bhabie, Wondagurl and Ramriddlz. Stream "Holy Ghost" now on all major platforms and be sure to check out the video above via YouTube.