The Evolution of LIL SKIES! [2012 - Present]

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In todays video we are taking a look at the evolution (the before they were famous) of LIL SKIES. His rise to fame has been quick, he went from a soundcloud rapper to a mainstream success in less than a few months! BUT do not be fooled, he has been grinding since he was 4! Lets take a look at his past and what brought such hits as red roses, da sauce, lust, etc!


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