YouTube trending hip-hop artist is machine-gunning fans with music. In his second release in just two weeks, Dax is launching the music video for his latest single, KILLSHOT 2, on Friday, September 6 at 4:00PM PDT. In typical fashion, Dax made the announcement in a cryptic Instagram Live video, which featured the rapper sitting silently in his bedroom with a Post-it note reading “4PM” backwards stuck to his forehead. Enjoy this audio and video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
KILLSHOT 2 is a follow-up to Dax’s original 2018 cover KILLSHOT he recorded following Eminem’s diss to Machine Gun Kelly—ALSO entitled KILLSHOT. Dax pays homage to the legendary rapper Eminem by titling THIS single KILLSHOT 2. A powerful allegory, the electrifying song showcases Dax’s ferocious flow as he dismantles his eleven internal demons with a barrage of lyrical bullets. The video opens with Dax saying this: “Although this video is dramatized by actors, this is a video of me killing off the demons that have been haunting me for the last six months. I am now entering the chapter of love and light.” KILLSHOT 2 was written by Dax and produced by LexNour. The video was directed by Logan Meis, who has directed videos for Trippie Red, Trevor Daniel, and Social House, and who has served as cinematographer on many more. Full KILLSHOT 2 lyrics HERE. Dax’s original KILLSHOT featured a remarkable one-take video that racked up 12.8 million views.
Dax began his journey as an overnight janitor and a starter on his college basketball team. He then entered the music industry by creating his own lane of topic-driven music that prompted conversation. He knew that starting in Wichita, Kansas would force him to find a creative way to attract listeners. Being a poetry lover, Dax used his craft to elicit powerful emotions. After sparking attention with his viral cover music videos, he transitioned into creating his own original music with songs like “I Want” and “Self-Proclaimed,” that have since amassed millions of views on YouTube. After graduating in December of 2017, Dax relocated to Los Angeles to further his career as a recording artist and continues on an upward trajectory.
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