EarthGang Shares J.Cole’s Verse On Upcoming “Ghetto Gods” Album
Written by B87FM on February 22, 2022
Amongst the options for EarthGang’s upcoming album Ghetto Gods, J. Cole may even seem. Set to drop this Friday, the Dreamville group hopped on Instagram on Monday and performed a whole verse from Cole. They’re labelmate JID additionally has a verse on the identical monitor.
Over speaker-knocking 808s, Cole raps, “No extra low season, it’s capital B on my automobile season/If I occur to be within the mall, you catch your self lookin’ at me, you then’re stargazin’/Know we obtained one with me in case your coronary heart shakee/Two face n*ggas get the enterprise, I went from rags to riches/There’s too many luggage, I can’t do the maths, bitch, I would like a statistician.”
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EarthGang initially introduced the brand new album would drop the identical day as Cole’s The Off-Season again in March 2021. That didn’t occur however the duo have dropped the singles “American Horror Story,” “All Eyez on Me,” and “AMEN” that includes Musiq Soulchild.
Throughout an interview with Riff Journal again in October, they talked about what to anticipate on the album and creating one thing rooted in Atlanta tradition. “In entrance of our neighborhood, we type of realized we might tie it in with the Ghetto Gods them by thematically and really intentionally paying tribute to those who overcame and have become icons and legends in their very own proper. It’s a metamorphosis album, so we simply have a good time those who metamorphized in ways in which we admire,” WowGr8 stated.
Olu spoke on bringing the weather of Atlanta tradition to the album, “It’s actually dope to have the town be concerned with the album and champion the album and actually get behind the momentum of all the things that we’ve created up to now. In a number of methods, we all the time assault our manufacturing. It’s the soundscape to the tales that we’re telling and we wish to guarantee that it’s present but additionally experimental and that it has the musical parts which might be who we’re.”
Ghetto Gods will likely be EarthGang’s second album and a follow-up to their 2019 launch Mirrorland. The album debuted at no.40 on the Billboard 200 and options Young Thug, T-Pain, Kehlani, and Arin Ray.