Ottawa, Canada artist Keynes Woods' latest track "Bradley Coop" is unlike anything you've ever heard. Woods' elongated but still choppy flow and deep voice make the track uniquely irresistible. Nearly every second of the song's almost three minutes is rich with a special cadence as Keynes Woods raps about a singular comparison: he is like "Bradley Coop." The track discusses Woods' work ethic on his way to success but still hears him express a desire for some type of cheat code.
His music is hardly comparable to anyone out now but would pair well with the likes of Mick Jenkins and Smino. Woods has been performing as part of an ensemble cast throughout Canada but is beginning to come into his own as a performer with a recent headlining show in Toronto and an appearance on COLORS. Check out the rising rapper's newest release "Bradley Coop" up above and be sure to follow him on his socials below.