On Friday (March 9), KYLE returned to express his space dreams with a bubbly fresh single, “To The Moon.” The track is the first ficial single from his forthcoming debut album, which is still without a title or release date.

The “iSPY” rapper takes aim at his opposition, “I can see them n—-s hatin' from a mile away, hm/ They say when they see me they gon' say it to my face, hm/ I'm about to drop, they gonna need a plane, hm/ I'm the quarterback, hut hut,” he rhymes over the track's second verse, before continuing to tunefully hum through the chorus.

The 24-year-old previously teamed up with major artists for three singles released during the latter part 2017 to hold fans over for the rest the year after the Lil Yachy-assisted “iSPY” peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and achieved triple-platinum status. “Sunshine” with Miguel, “Off It” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and “All Mine,” which enlists MadeinTYO have garnered a collective 1,500,000 million views on YouTube since their release.

Stream “To The Moon” below. 

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