Just In Time For Halloween, Dallas Rapper B.Hardy Checks In With a Spooky New Track.
Dallas rapper B.Hardy says it's “fortuitous timing” that he finally got around to posting his new single (and its subsequent music video) “Killer Dude” late last night and just in time for Halloween.
We're not sure we're buying this “accidents happen!” talk from the rapper, who also somewhat awesomely and hilariously goes by the name of RapBot-5000. But, hey, the song and video, B.Hardy's first releases in some two years, are still worth checking out nonetheless — and not just because it's Halloween, either, although the song's Psycho sampling and Tubular Bells aping certainly do bring a certain charm to this holiest of days.
No, B.Hardy's merciless spitting over the Trifecka-produced beat stands capably on its own, and he's the first to acknowledge as much. Says B.Hardy of the track: “I want people to hear the single and say they had a good time listening to the record, even though they've just finished listening to four minutes of murder.”
The impressive Ronnie West-directed visual accompaniment certainly adds to that aesthetic. Check it out below. Then, below that, download the track if you feel so inclined. It's the first single off of B.Hardy's upcoming full-length, which is fittingly being called Psycho and is set for a 2013 release.