Demigodz ft. Termanology - Never Take Me Out

Posted 3 years ago
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Fresh off earning positive reader reviews for the Big Pun-inspired Dead in the Middle, Connecticut underground supergroup Demigodz are back with another fresh cut off their long-awaited studio debut. New street single Never Take Me Out features Ryu, Celph Titled, Apathy and company trading aggressive verses with Boston mic-murderer Termanology over producer Teddy Roxpin‘s clattering, jazz-infused sample work. Like what you’re hearing? This is just one of many bangers to be found on the Godz’ KILLmatic LP, scheduled for independent release on Tuesday, March 5.

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