Ghetto Gods (Deluxe) – [EarthGang]

Music is all about unleashing your creativity and giving yourself an outlet to express yourself, and even when artists approach their process in different fashions, there is no denying their skills if they can make something that shows off their originality rather than just copying off of someone else who has done something great in the past. Whether you’re rapping about the same things over and over or switching things up, there is no taking away from your conceptions if you’re able to do it in a way that we’ve never seen before, and EarthGang is a duo that knows this better than anyone.

I mean, they’re just so versatile as we’ve seen that it doesn’t matter if they hop on a thrilling, effervescent instrumental or a softer, slower beat because regardless, they’re going to go absolutely crazy. Sometimes they talk about more sentimental or serious topics while other times they just cut loose and have fun while living in the moment, but regardless of what vibe they are in prior to hitting the studio, magic will be made 10 times out of 10.

Back in February, they finally released their long-awaited album Ghetto Gods which boasted 17 songs, ran just short of 55 minutes long, and included names like Future, J.I.D., J. Cole, Ari Lennox, and plenty more, and even though fans never knew if this project would actually rise to the surface or remain in the depth of their archives, it was an instant success. If you know me, then, you already know that I was going to have no choice but to write about the deluxe version of the album that just dropped at the end of last week because it pretty much adds another EP to the already unforgettable project.

6 new songs were added for a total runtime of an hour and 16 minutes, and with half of the songs featuring artists including Wiz Khalifa, Curren$y, Smino, and Blxckie, this is surely something you don’t want to miss out on. Whether you are already a huge fan of the original album or you have yet to listen, this is the perfect opportunity to check out these 6 new songs, so make sure you get acquainted with the deluxe version of Ghetto Gods as soon as you can.