The Evolution of LIL SKIES! [2012 - Present]

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Talented Rappers Vs. Untalented Rappers [New School]

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WATCH #2: The best and funniest moments of Lil Skies and his friend Landon cube, two artists about to break through! Hope you enjoy! ✪ Subscribe for more content! ➤Social Media ✪ Twitter: ✪ Facebook: ➤Music Used ✪Intro song: Megahit - Flight To The Future" ✪Outro song: Wolf - Upbeat 8-bit ➤ Sources: Genius: No Jumper: CUFBOYS: CUFBOYS: One Room Media: vx burky: Timblr Music: Pigeons & Planes: ➤ We don't own any of the clips shown in this video. If you own the rights of any of the footage shown in this video, you should get in contact and the video will be removed.

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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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