Vakill "Armor Of God" Tracklisting and Artwork‏ 




Armor Of God Features Guest Appearances From Rhymefest, Crooked I, Nino Bless, Juice and Production from Panik & Jake One

Ever since his debut classic The Darkest Cloud (2003), Vakill has garnered a loyal fan base for his lyricism and choice beat selection. His sophomore follow up Worst Fears Confirmed (2006) solidified him as an emcee that could create cohesive albums with a strong theme.

Vakill’s knack for clever entendres, vivid descriptions and mastery of lexicon has ensured that he kept his fans unwavering allegiance in-between projects and now the long wait is finally over, as after being heavily anticipated for almost five-years, the third-installment of Vakill’s Molemen legacy, Armor Of God, is finally upon us; and as Panik laments the delay in-between projects will be to the fan’s benefit “This album was a labor of hard work and love for music and I hope our listeners hear that. In between working on this project we went through a lot of trials and tribulations, personally and musically, all of which really shaped this album. We had one common goal in crafting this album and that was making a quality LP; and we did that.”

Armor Of God’s production, handled by Panik, Memo, Jake One, Bluntologist & Joe Blow, provides a cinematic sound for Vakill's intense outpouring of lyricism. Fellow rappers Juice, Rhymefest, Crooked I (Slaughterhouse), Nino Bless, Astonish, & Vizion lend their talents for those rare collaborative efforts.

Armor Of God sounds epic, and it is, being that the title alludes to standing up against the wiles of the devil, whether artistic, political or spiritual as Vakill bluntly states “Armor Of God is a testament to our resilience. I have the oldest rap gimmick known to man; it's called bars! I wanted to show how you can be a rappers rapper and still keep a balance between real life issues, concepts and story lines.”

In the spirit of the times, there's an undeniable war going on that requires one to suit up and do battle. With absolute conviction, Vakill proves that even in an upside down kingdom, the crown doesn’t move.

Tracklisting and credits for Vakill’s Armor Of God:

1. Intro
2. Hi Ate Us (produced by Panik)
3. Armor of God (produced by Jake One)
4. Mean Mug Muzik (produced by Panik)
5. Sick Cinema (produced by Panik)
6. Heavy (produced by Panik)
7. Endless Road f/Vizion (produced by Bluntologist)
8. The Apology (produced by Joe Blow)
9. Wild Wild (produced by Bluntologist)
10. Beast Ballad f/Crooked I, Rhymefest, Juice & Nino Bless (produced by Panik)
11. NWA (produced by Panik)
12. You Don’t Know f/Astonish (produced by Panik)
13. I Came for U (produced by Panik)
14. Armorgeddon (produced by Jake One)
15. A Lynched Legacy (produced by Memo)
16. Bi-Polar (produced by Panik)
17. Proof (produced by Jake One)

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Kyle Rapps ft. KRS-One - Rent (Remix) Official Video 

As Kyle Rapps continues to celebrate the release of his debut EP, Re-Edutainment, the NJ-born, NY-based emcee is excited to release his second video from the project for the song, "Rent (Remix)" featuring the legendary KRS-One.

Fans may remember the original, released back when Kyle was still performing under the moniker Black Skeptik, but this new version of the video provides a darker feel, a perfect pairing with the vibe felt through the song's instrumental and message. "I wanted to remix the original 'Rent' song that I did with KRS-One and add a more serious and dramatic vibe to strike a chord with landlords and tenants worldwide," says Kyle. The video begins in Kyle's dank and dimly lit apartment amidst the hustle and bustle of Harlem streets. Cutting to homeless children on the sidewalk begging for spare change, the video makes a bold statement on the plight of families living in the city struggling to survive. The setting goes even further showing young boys and girls picketing in front of an establishment carrying signs, both in protest and despair, reading, "I Have Kids to Feed" and "Rent is Too Damn High!" In the midst of the shocking images and omnimous overtones in Kyle Rapps' revamped video, his main message is clearly delivered: "Stop raising rent. Know your tenant rights."

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POLITICAL ANIMALS - When Animals Attack (mixtape) 

Political Animals Hailing From New Haven, Ct promote everything from peace, love, unity, partying, social and self awareness.POLITICAL ANIMALS make sure their music can be enjoyed by every fan of hip-hop. "Wannabe MCs,” is a song which calls out all the artists who follow the latest trends rather than their heart. The tribute song to the hip-hop artists who came before them, "Read Between The Lines” is a song any "old school” hip-hop fan can appreciate. The fan favorite "Sensory Deception” can only be described as "haunting” and "chilling.”

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Yung Monk: The Mixtape by Grand Master Chu of Model Minority 

A well-thumbed holy text in one hand and fresh Jordans tucked underneath worn selvage denim, the brim of his cap shoved roughly to the side... he wanders the world, muttering meditations into the microphone.

Refining his craft since 2001, through high school, four years at Yale University, and since, GMC's music reflects his love of raw lyricism and years of personal contemplation. He walks the tightrope between freshness and materialism, between joy and greed. His is the voice of a 22nd-century global nomad: finding the space between being firmly grounded and the soaring takeoff into the night sky.

Featuring tracks recorded recently in Beijing, China, and over a four-year period from 2006-2010 at Yale (New Haven, Connecticut) and Newark, Delaware

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