The Demigodz - Demigodz Is Back

Posted 4 years ago
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Previously featured on the solo tip, Apathy and Celph-Titled rejoin forces with original crewmate Ryu to bring us their first feature as The Demigodz, aptly-titled album leak The Demigodz Are Back. Here, Apathy slices-and-dices Billy Conti’s Gonna Fly Now (better known as the Rocky II theme) into a bombastic backdrop for aggressive rhymes from himself and his colleagues. Like what you’re hearing? Then keep it locked for further details on the Demigodz’ next studio album, coming in 2012.

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