Corey Baker, aka Chill Harris, has returned to his original alias, kill paris, on new track “Junkie”!
Kill paris (aka Corey Baker) has changed his name back from Chill Harris and released a new single titled “Junkie” featuring newcomer vocalists Nevve and Monstre. The track features sensual synth-work and delicate percussion riffs that incites the emotions felt when falling in and out of love.
Nevve and I wrote the track inspired by the spark in relationships, the energy of falling in and out of love… The feeling of constantly being connected to someone even when you don’t want to be, like nicotine.
– kill paris
Stream kill paris – Junkie (feat. Nevve & Monstre) on SoundCloud:
kill paris’s Message To His Fans
Nearly 13 years ago, I started making music under the name kill paris. Since its incarnation, it has never stood for anything violent or negative. It has always been about being real, about being human, and not conforming or supporting the “famous for nothing” lifestyle. In fact, the name was originally derived from Romeo & Juliet. In reading the play, you’ll realize that the meaning of the name “kill paris” is about true love – unfiltered by material possessions or social status.
As most know, nearly a year ago, some horrible things happened in Paris. Innocent people had their life taken away from them. On that day, because of my name, I started receiving very troubling messages and comments… I can’t say how much these things affected me. I decided that it was best to change my name. It wasn’t something I had to do, but I felt it was the right thing at the time.
Since then, I truly felt like the floor had fallen out from underneath me. The project that I had spent 13 years working on was gone. Changing the name to Chill Harris felt right at the time, but I felt weird releasing any music under the name. I felt the people who really followed kill paris were confused. Hell, I was confused! So after having time to reflect, I’m convinced going back to kill paris is the right thing to do. I am not going to cower from expressing myself in terms of fear. I stand for love, peace, self-reflection, and making this world a better place through music.
I appreciate each and every one of my fans being patient with me. I’m ready to share my sounds with you again.
Much love, KP. via Facebook