GK Silverr, hailing from Harlem’s Sugar Hill district in New York, is quickly making a name for himself as one of the city’s most captivating new artists. Recently, he dropped his latest single “Viral,” produced by Saint Cardona. Following his release from a 7-year prison sentence in 2021, GK discovered his true passion in the recording studio. He debuted with the tracks “Simmer Down” and “IYKYK,” while honing his unique sound, which he describes as “a vibe that resonates with the authentic.”
In the music video for “Viral,” directed by KJ Shot It, GK Silverr pays tribute to Notti Osama. The visuals incorporate recognizable elements from the NYC Drill culture, firmly establishing GK among the prominent drill artists. Expect to see and hear more from GK within the community as his name continues to gain attention.
When questioned about the meaning of the song “Viral,” GK provided his response.
“It’s time to amp it up. No more staying in the background, I’m taking the lead now. I’m accustomed to being away from the spotlight, but now I’m ready to embrace it. Embracing whatever challenges come my way. It’s time to make a viral impact.”
In just a short span of a few months, GK has emerged as a prominent figure in the NYC music scene. The release of “Viral” solidifies his position as an artist you should definitely keep an eye on and stay connected with.
Regarding Silverr’s future plans after “Viral,” he shared his thoughts.
“I’ll be releasing more music for people to connect with. Many are facing challenges, but despite the struggles, it’s important to find the motivation to go viral. I aim to provide the vibes that will ignite that energy within them.”