Armor of God

Armor of God

An underground veteran from Chicago, Vakill is best known for his work with the mighty Molemen crew, and officially debuted on the cassette-only release Who's Afraid? back in 1995. An excellent MC known for dense wordplay and slick punchlines, he has dropped several quality albums to date, including Kill 'Em All, The Darkest Cloud, and Worst Fears Confirmed, and appeared on countless other 12-inches, compilations, and collabo joints. With Armor of God, he proves that he hasn't lost a step, dropping furious verses that recall both G Rap and Percee P, over some exceptional, sample-heavy production from Molemen homies Memo and PNS. Dark and grimy while retaining a neck-breaking funkiness, don't miss gems like "Bi-Polar," "Heavy," posse cut "Beast Ballad" (with Rhymefest, Juice, Crooked I, and Nino Bless), and the N.W.A-channelling epic "Appetite to Kill."

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