Toronto rapper Calm shares split video for ‘LULL/MELT’: Watch

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In ways that some rappers do, Canadian artist Calm doesn’t readily hand over his facial features like others. As he—we think it’s him—sits at the table and plays the game of something with a friend, he raps about what he described as “low points in [his] life, they’re about isolation and facing your demons alone” in his pitch. Most importantly, do you hear this beat, though? How could you not want to listen to Calm at least once, and tell someone else about how fly is he? If he never makes anything as good again, ‘LULL/MELT’ is enough for me. I’m more of a ‘LULL’ fan if you’re curious.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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