Two of Los Angeles’ most buzzed about voices in hip-hop have come together with Kalan.FrFr recruiting Blxst for the release of his brand new single “No Stoppin” today via First Class Entertainment and Roc Nation Records.
Perfect for summer, Kalan and Blxst join forces to offer fans the perfect soundtrack for a summer romance. Both LA natives take turns telling their lady that no matter the ups or down they are all in when it comes to their relationship. Produced by The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars, Cardi B, Mariah Carey) and Roark Bailey (Kanye West, Summer Walker, DJ Khaled), Kalan delivers his signature melodic flow while discussing the complexity of a sometimes difficult love that is still worth loyalty and care at the end of the day. “No Stoppin” is the official second single from Compton native’s upcoming project, which will arrive later this summer and serves as the follow-up to “Popstar”, which earned high praise from XXL, Lyrical Lemonade, Los Angeles Magazine and Revolt to name a few! Outside of new music, the west coast rapper recently completed his sold-out 7-city “Never Lose You” Tour and also appeared on newly released LPs from Westside Boogie, OHGEESY and Dave East.
In 2021, Kalan.FrFr announced his signing to Roc Nation Records and shortly after released his project, TwoFr 2, which spawned the popular singles “Never Lose You” and “Scoring”. The project housed features from the likes of Lil Durk, Mozzy, Stunna4Vegas and Maeta to name a few and received over 107 million streams worldwide. Kalan has also become one of LA’s most praised MCs with early acclaim from Pitchfork, The FADER, UPROXX, DJBooth and People celebrating his unique sound and sharp lyricism. To close out his breakout year, the West Coast artist went on the explosive, nationwide “TwoFr” Tour where he had surprise star-studded guests including Blxst, 1TakeJay, Mario, Rubi Rose, 808 Mafia, and more.
With the release of “No Stoppin” and his upcoming project, Kalan.FrFr is poised to deliver the soundtrack of the summer and beyond while further cementing him as the leader of LA’s new hip-hop class.