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G Herbo Drops Commemorative ‘Welcome To Fazoland’ Merch

On Friday, G Herbo released a commemorative merchandise capsule in conjunction with the release of his Welcome To Fazoland 1.5…

On Friday, G Herbo released a commemorative merchandise capsule in conjunction with the release of his Welcome To Fazoland 1.5 EP–celebrating the 3-year anniversary of Welcome To Fazoland. “Delivery 2: Welcome To Fazoland,” the second installation of G Herbo merch, features 10 premium pieces: two lighters, three t-shirts and five hoodies (four of which feature “150 DreamTeam” and “N.L.M.B.” chenille patches). The merch creative celebrates heartfelt lyrics heard on Welcome To Fazoland’s songs “Mamma I’m Sorry” and “Write Your Name”. All new merch is available via his website.

“I remember, comin’ in middle of the night my eyes red. You asked me why and I ain’t wanna tell you cause my guys dead.” – “Mamma I’m Sorry” G. Herbo

Additionally, the merchandise boasts the N.L.M.B (Never Leave My Brothers) movement, one meant to inspire and hold each other accountable, especially those in Chicago aspiring to a better life. The lyrics found in the collection are dedicated to those lost along his journey, showcasing a point of self-reflection for G Herbo.

Released approximately 3-years after G Herbo’s original Welcome To Fazoland mixtape, Welcome To Fazoland 1.5 is a 6-song EP featuring tracks recorded during the original Welcome To Fazoland session, along with newly recorded tracks: “Missin’ Em All” and “Drop Out”. Welcome to Fazoland 1.5 is available for streaming now. G Herbo just wrapped up a busy week at SXSW ’17 where he performed to a completely sold-out crowd at the Mass Appeal Presents: Live At The BBQ 2017 showcase, alongside A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Dave East, Denzel Curry and, headliner, Lil’ Wayne. Additional tour dates to come throughout April-May.

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Kaiju Returns With A Dope New Anime Crossover “Glasscase”

He’s back at it!

Kaiju The Unconquerable is back; one of the best-kept secrets on AAHH continues with his string of high-quality visuals with his latest Anime crossover concept, “Ep.9: Glasscase.” This time around, he plays the role of Sie — a transporter finds himself in a tight situation when he runs into a kidnapping of a gorgeous girl by the name of
Tomi.

Relevant: Check Out Previous Kaiju Coverage

After rescuing the gorgeous woman — whom two crooked police officers were paid by the mafia to steal the organs from — their escape becomes a low-key hilarious attempt at getting the digits. As always, the quality is high, and while interspersed with cartoonish overlays to give it a comic feel, there are actual quick cuts to fully animated Anime sequences, adding to the overall visual complexity of the treatment.

I’ve brought this up pretty much every time I share this guys shit, but the songs are always standalone even without the visual treatment. Subtract the video, and the track itself is fun as hell, filled with his usual brand of nerdery, intertwined with a plethora of penis punchlines and puns, like how she calls his D “ridiculous,” or how he’s not British but has a “BBC.”

The tone itself, aside from the more humorous tone, is more in line with a joint like “Ultraman,”
In contrast to the more aggressive aura of his last installment, “Got II.” There has yet to be a collective body of work, but it’s definitely going to be an absolute banger.

All in all, this guy remains a gem secret worth discovering. In the words of Pusha T, “If you know, you know.”

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Vast Aire & COSMIQ Tease Upcoming EP With New Single

The free EP drops on Thanksgiving Day

Vast Aire (Cannibal Ox) and producer COSMIQ dropped a brand new single called “Shadow Dancer” on Halloween day — in advance of the Thanksgiving release of their long-awaited EP Live From The Aireport FreEP. Sponsored by UndergroundHipHopBlog, the critically acclaimed MC is dropping a handful of additional singles leading up to the release. “Blessings to my true fans,” Vast wrote via the new single’s YouTube.

RELEVANT: Check Out Our Interview With The Duo Here

In an interview earlier this year, Vast and COSMIQ told AAHH about the upcoming EP. “I would look at it as Live From The Aireport FreEP is just a series of dope new records from [my crew] IGC, and all the people connected to IGC,” COSMIQ said. “Just giving fans a window into what we’ve been working on.”

Vast added “The EP is on a similar wavelength [as the upcoming album], but it’s not all COSMIQ … [he] will be on it, and he’ll be helping to guide it, but it’s not gonna be all him. I’m gonna have guest producers, and there’s gonna be more interaction with different MCs.”

The duo promise the impending album, Aireplane, will be cinematic in nature, with multiple layers of complex rhyming sure to make real heads — and longtime fans — swoon. That is set to dro this winter (though no exact date is confirmed). For now, we can look forward to Live From The Aireport FreEP this Thanksgiving.

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This Week’s ‘On The Cusp’ Playlist

On The Cusp is a living playlist dedicated to showcasing the buzzing new music on our radar — as curated…

On The Cusp is a living playlist dedicated to showcasing the buzzing new music on our radar — as curated by our writer Riley Wallace. For all inquiries and submissions, hit up the playlist’s official Twitter feed.

This week’s cover artist is Fly Anakin.

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This Week’s ‘On The Cusp’ Playlist

On The Cusp is a living playlist dedicated to showcasing the buzzing new music on our radar — as curated…

On The Cusp is a living playlist dedicated to showcasing the buzzing new music on our radar — as curated by our writer Riley Wallace. For all inquiries and submissions, hit up the playlist’s official Twitter feed.

This week’s cover artist is Fly Anakin.

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