1nonly feat. Ciscaux & Shady Moon – Come Thru
Capping off breakthrough year, Las Vegas rapper 1nonly unleashes a brand new single entitled “Come Thru” [feat. Ciscaux & Shady Moon] today via Warner Records.
Once again, he serves up a chaotically catchy bop punctuated by rapid cadences, nimble rhymes, and hard-hitting hooks. 1nonly finds himself in a lyrical vortex with Ciscaux and Shady Moon, pulling listeners into the fray with magnetic delivery. After a sample states, “The world is yours,” two-and-a-half minutes of frenzied barrier-breaking 21st century hip-hop with no equal follows.”
“Come Thru” arrives on the heels of “Zoom,” which has racked up 3 million Spotify streams and 1 million YouTube video views to date. Receiving critical acclaim, Lyrical Lemonade asserted, “he just assaults the beat, peppering the microphone with constant lines that are as catchy as it gets before slowing things up halfway through, providing some complexity to this offering.”
The half-Korean 17-year-old 1nonly has attracted 374K TikTok followers, 4.2 million monthly listeners on Spotify, and over 400K YouTube subscribers, building a rabid audience. With every passing single, he demonstrates his careful ear for beats and his dedication to pushing his raps into unexpected new realms.
1nonly’s gothic whisper-raps are grim, yet glamorous. Every song, including his new single “Zoom,” is a blur of euphoria and violence, a mosh pit of TikTok generation rap tropes, while the 17-year-old sits at the center, dropping flexes in a deceptively casual cadence. He’s at peace in the chaos. Born Nathan Fuller in 2004 in Las Vegas, NV, 1nonly first dove into alt-metal bands like Linkin Park and Breaking Benjamin, later finding hop-hop as a high schooler through skate culture and the internet. He put out his first music in 2019, recorded on a gaming headset, and immediately found an audience for his hooky, tongue-in-cheek style. As he immersed himself in recording more, he shifted from bedroom pop to rap and began honing his sample-heavy sound. Now signed to Warner Records and represented by Wax Management, 1nonly wants to take his songwriting to the next level, working with SoundCloud rappers who inspired him, like Xavier Wulf and Night Lovell, and tapping even further into the romantic darkness he’s cultivated in his music. He’s one of rap’s true punks, making uniquely gloomy, angsty, and otherworldly songs that just might push the whole genre—multiple genres, even—forward.