EarthGang Shares J.Cole’s Verse On Upcoming Album “Ghetto Gods”

Ahead of their upcoming album, EarthGang has shared J.Cole’s verse on a new song.

Among the features of EarthGang’s upcoming album ghetto gods, J. Cole will also appear. Set to drop this Friday, the band Dreamville jumped on Instagram on Monday and played an entire verse by Cole. Their label mate JID also has a verse on the same track.

On 808 speakers, Cole raps, “No more off season, it’s capital B of my car’s season / If I’m in the mall, you catch yourself looking at me, then you look at the stars / Know we got one with me if your heart shakes / Two-faced niggas hit the deal, I went from rags to riches / Too many bags, can’t do the math, bitch , I need a statistician.

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EarthGang originally announced that the new album would be released the same day as Cole’s. The off-season in March 2021. That didn’t happen, but the duo released the singles “American Horror Story”, “All Eyez on Me” and “AMEN” with Musiq Soulchild.

During an interview with Rif Magazine in October, they talked about what to expect on the album and creating something rooted in Atlanta culture. “In front of our neighborhood, we kind of realized that we could link it with the ghetto gods by thematically and very deliberately paying homage to people who have overcome and become icons and legends in their own right. It’s a makeover album, so we’re just celebrating people who’ve been made in ways that we admire,” WowGr8 said.

Olu talked about bringing the elements of Atlanta culture to the album, “It’s really great that the city is involved in the album and championing the album and really supporting the momentum of everything we have created so far. In many ways, we’re still attacking our production. It’s the soundscape of the stories we tell and we want to make sure it’s current but also experimental and contains the musical elements who are who we are.

ghetto gods will be EarthGang’s second album and a follow-up to their 2019 release. Mirror country. The album debuted at No. 40 on the Billboard 200 and features Young Thug, T-Pain, Kehlani and Arin Ray.


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