The Boy$ are back in town.
$UICIDEBOY$ are back with five new chapters of their Kill Yourself Saga, including: The Faded Stains Saga, The Suburban Sacrifice
Saga, The Fall of Idols Saga, The Deep End Saga, and The Infinity Saga. If you haven't been able to tell from the names, the
sprawling series is a darker journey than you might be accustomed to, but don't get it twisted. While some of their content
may be teetering toward the macabre, make no mistake - this shit bangs. Ruby Da Cherry and $crim have been evolving as artists,
with the latter providing many of the instrumentals on Kill Yourself.
The New Orleans duo have earned comparisons to the legendary Three 6 Mafia, and while the content may differ, the raw vibes
are indeed similar. So much so that Juicy J reached out to the boy$ the handle production for his upcoming mixtape Highly
Intoxicated (which drops later on in September). Honestly, I never would have expected Juicy J to be making a mixtape with
the $UICIDEBOY$, but now that it's actually happening, it seems like such a logical direction for both parties.
As it stands, parts twenty-six through thirty of Kill Yourself feature some of the duo's most ridiculous production yet. Ominous
eighties-horror movie synths dominate Deep End cut "Leave Me Alone," while trap drums and low-end pianos are the backdrop
for The Infinity Saga's "Now I'm Up To My Neck In Offers." While both tracks are highlights, this latest batch of fifteen
songs has something for everybody. Don't let the name fool you. $UICIDEBOY$ are delivering some high quality music on an efficient
and creative basis, and while the subject matter does tend to favor the horror aesthetic, it never fails to be delivered with