Produced by Panik, directed by Davey Greenberg. Taken from Armour Of God, available now on Molemen Records.
From Vakill’s Armor Of God, available now. Armor of God features 16-tracks produced by Molemen’s Panik & Memoriza, Jake One, Joe Blow, MGI & Bluntologist. Guest appearances by Crooked I of Slaughter House, Juice, Rhymefest, Nino Bless, Astonish & Vizion.
Title track to Vakil’s new LP, produced by Jake One. Available now via Molemen Records.
Latest leak, “Armor Of God,” is the title track from Vakill’s forthcoming LP, Armor Of God, which now has a new release date of 7-5-2011.The track is produced by Jake One. Vakill – Armor of God prod. by Jake One by Molemen
Vakill’s debut video from the new LP, “Armor Of God”, “I Came 4 U” produced by Panik. The long awaited Armor of God album is set to be released on 6/14/11. Armor of God features 16 tracks produced by Molemen’s own Panik & Memoriza, Jake One, Joe Blow & Bluntologist. Guest appearances by Crooked I [cont.]
Molemen Records announced the official release date for Vakill’s much anticipated album Armor of God available June 14th. Armor of God features 16 tracks produced by Panik & Memoriza, Jake One, Joe Blow & Bluntologist. Guest appearances by Crooked I of Slaughter House, Juice, Rhymefest, Nino Bless, Astonish & Mic Luter. Check the exclusive studio [cont.]
Vakill’s “Armor of God” album has been heavily anticipated since it’s initial announcement and leaked tracklisting. The finishing touches have been made and the album & videos are in the can. Heavy preparation has been made to make sure the album is an event for 2011. Confirmed appearances include JUICE, Rhymefest, Crooked I & Nino [cont.]
When you hear the name Vakill you think of one thing, lyrics. On his debut album “The Darkest Cloud” we were introduced to a lyrical emcee hailing from Chi-Town. Amongst the talent in Chicago Vakill has always stood out as one to watch. He’s serving you up again with “Worst Fears Confirmed”, but if you [cont.]
The windy city has been responsible for birthing several respectable hip hop acts in recent years. With Chi-town’s different flavors of emcees, picking one to suit your musical needs is almost like selecting ice cream from Baskin Robbins. Enter Vakill, who first made a name for himself with the surprising debut album The Darkest [cont.]
A vocal exception to a crew renown for production prowess, Molemen founding member Vakill’s specializes in microphone assault. The Chicago rhymer is still an underground MC, but has been around for over a decade. In fact, Vakill once partnered with veteran rapid rapper Twista and was involved with disintegrated record deals with both a corporate giant [cont.]
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