League Of Extraordinary Gz - #LeagueShit

Posted 2 years ago

Texas supergroup the League of Extraordinary Gz are preparing to release their long-awaited album, #LeagueShit. Featuring the single 4$ Blues, the album comes complete with 15 tracks that covers a wide range of sound, from social and political commentary to alien marijuana dealers.

Produced largely by League member Reggie Coby, in addition to the crew's huge roster of emcees #LeagueShit features guest appearances from the likes of Dead Prez, Bavu Blakes, Slim Gravy of A.Dd+, and Grammy Award winning Latin funk band Grupo Fantasma. Also rhyming throughout the album is recently passed League emcee Octavis “Esbe Da 6th Street Bully” Berry.

This album is now available for purchase via iTunes.

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