Since first recording music as a 15-year-old, Jonathan began sharing songs online in 2017. By 2019, he was making waves from his Orange County home and catching widespread attention. A producer named Flexatelli shared Kxll’s music with some of his fellow collaborators: Mikey The Magician & Pouya. That led to an invitation to record in Miami. “That’s when everything started to fall into place,” he explains, finding a creative community and a sense of belonging.
“It felt good being recognized in that scene that I admired.” He soon relocated to South Florida. In 2020, Kxllswxtch released his debut album, KILL!, including the popular “EXORCIST,” a no holds barred vent session. This versatile catalog connects with listeners, often leading to video game syncs and fan remixes. On 2021’s “DISORDER”, the breakup-inspired “WASTE” exploded. Kxll’s videos, like “LIGHTS OUT” and “CRYING IN THE CLUB,” reflect his mood and unsettling perspective. Kxll openly shares his bouts with anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder, in hopes of helping others who can relate. That purpose is clear on THE WALLS HAVE EYES. While Kxllswxtch notes the album has dark moments, it is not without triumph. “OH…LOVE?” takes chances on romance while the upcoming “INTO THE FALL” refuses to wallow. Instead, it captures a fighter’s spirit. “I’m gonna take everything head-on with my chin up and overcome it.” Kxllswxtch is doing precisely that.