Leticia Gore

Leticia Gore

Leticia Gore began her rap endeavor as Kilo Crackroxxx in 2008, with a few local artists just starting out in the scene in Omaha, Nebraska. Her lyrics and subject matter began to focus on more horror-themed and darker subject matter than her associates, as these topics had always been of fascination to her. And so she delved into the genre known as horrorcore, spewing morbid tales of death, destruction, insanity and murder. She intermingles these subjects with displays of feminine playfulness and sexual wiles to seduce the listener into a realm they were not aware they would be getting into, giving Kilo a unique approach and representation of terror in disguise. In 2009, she began working closely with local horrorcore legend, Komatose, and solidified a place in the venture into horrorcore, releasing her first full length album, “Eat Your Heart Out” in 2010, an EP, “State of Withdrawal” (2011), and a second LP, “Erotic Nightmarez” (2012).

In 2013, gaining a small following, she began to take her music more seriously and Kilo Crackroxxx began using the name ‘Leticia Gore’, a more fitting moniker for the genre. After this transformation of sorts, she released two more full length solo albums; “Memento Mori” (2013) and “Lipstick & Lobotomies” (2014) another EP, “Girls Just Want Your Blood” (2013), and released a collaborative group album with Komatose, “Oktoberz Children” (2013). She has been featured by many other artists inside and outside the genre of horrorcore on various projects. Her journey thus far has proved to show her growth as an artist, lyricist and story-teller, with no signs of slowing down. Leticia has become a murderous force to be reckoned with, portraying an array of talent, not yet fully realized and forever growing.


Girls Just Want Your Blood (2013)
One (w/ Oktoberz Children) (2013)
Memento Mori (2013)
The Epilogue (w/ Oktoberz Children) (2014)
Lipstick and Lobotomies (2014)
Deadly Intoxicating Effects (2016)

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