I first met Slayd through Dev3n when we were working on EQUALITY. He gave me a copy of his album, Jordan Rules, which I still have in my car and keep in rotation. It's been a while since that day but it looks like he's back and his hair is even longer than I remember.
Cost Me A Lot is Slayd and Dev doing what they do best as they shred through the LVN LGNDZ trap inspired instrumental, cemented with an anthem style hook. Don't let the young lyricist fly under your radar, and keep it locked here for more from Slayd when he debuts new material.