$UICIDEBOY$: Hear $crim's new solo song "paradise" | Revolver

$UICIDEBOY$: Hear $crim's new solo song "paradise"

Dark hip-hop from a master of the style

In December, $uicideboy$ member Ruby Da Cherry dropped a new EP, existential hymns for the average sigma (vol. 9), from his punk-rock solo project DUCKBOY. Now his partner in crime, $crim, is following suit with his own solo EP, and today he's offered up a first taste in the form of lead single "paradise."

While not as much as a departure as Ruby's DUCKBOY, the song does flirt with a slightly different sound for $crim, opening with stripped-down, Southern-fried acoustic guitars before booming bass comes in. Atop this moody backdrop, the rapper delves into "themes of escape, personal challenges, and a profound yearning for familial connection and peace," as a press release puts it.

Next up for $uicideboy$, they'll play Rolling Loud in Los Angeles on March 16th, before taking their annual GREYDAY tour down under to Australia and New Zealand, joined by their G59 labelmates Germ and Shakewell, as well as Ghostemane and Pouya.

2024 also marks the boys' 10th anniversary as a group.