G-Side - Gz II Godz

Posted 2 years ago
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Late last year, Southern hip-hop fans rejoiced when S.T. 2 Lettaz and Yung Clova announced that they were ending their year-long hiatus and rejoining forces as G-Side. Now, after several months in the studio, the Huntsvillle, Alabama twosome make their comeback official with the release of their sixth digital full-length Gz II Godz.

Follow-up to 2011's The One...Cohesive, the 14-track set comes heralded by acclaimed singles "Statue," "2004" and "Bassheadz." Codie Global, GMane, Grilly, Ink, Joi Tiffany, Kristmas, Mic Strange and PH make guest appearances on the set, which is produced in its entirety by the Block Beattaz.

The DJBooth is offering the only tracked out, full, free stream of GZIIGODZ, which dropped for digital purchase on Thursday, May 15.

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