Ibn Inglor ft. Kris Henry - Mvfiv Klvn

Posted 3 years ago
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After multiple delays and months of waiting, Ibn Inglor‘s DJBooth-hosted debut album is finally ready to be unleashed upon the listening public. Before the main course is served, though, the Chi-town buzzmaker has decided to whet fans’ appetites with one last hors d’œuvre. While previous singles were dark, the cryptically-titled Mvfiv Klvn is downright diabolical. GWebbie ornaments his cavernous production with demonic growls, setting the appropriate mood for verses which find Ibn and guest rhymesayer Kris Henry (a member of Spaceghostpurrp‘s Raider Clvn) busting cold-blooded shots at their competition. Featuring this cut, the reader-approved Cold Winter and much more, GawdsSpeed is set to hit our front page this Friday, February 8, for free streaming and download. In the meantime, fans can click here to peep the set’s recently-released teaser trailer.

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