EARTHGANG’s ‘Ghetto Gods’ Features Three Generations of the Dungeon Family


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The fourth album from Atlanta duo EARTHGANG comes ahead of their upcoming world tour, with appearances from J. Cole, Future and Nick Cannon.

Atlanta’s own EARTHGANG has finally landed as Ghetto Gods. At 17 tracks, the album hosts plenty of appearances from Dreamville artists J. Cole, Ari Lennox, JID along with fellow ATLiens CeeLo Green, Future, Baby Tate, and more.

Prior to the release of Ghetto Gods, the duo dropped single “Amen” with Musiq Soulchild who recently went head-to-head with Anthony Hamilton during a post-Valentine’s Day R&B VERZUZ.

“Amen” is jammin! It’s honest, and the world needs a little more honesty. It shows our versatility as artist and producers. There was some initial uncertainty about putting the song out amongst the team,” EARTHGANG said in a statement about the track. “Even Musiq said, “I can’t say, ‘Get down on your knees for me.’” Lol. Then we explained that it’s about showing someone you’re really in their corner. It’s a beautiful song about expressing love in all its many forms.”

Since the top of the year, EARTHGANG have hosted live listening sessions for the album in different cities. Following the release of Ghetto Gods, it was revealed that the events were in preparation of their upcoming Biodeghettable World Tour, the duo’s first tour since 2020.

With shows across North America and Europe, EARTHGANG will be supported by South African rapper Blxckie overseas, but have invited fans from each city in North America to open their shows.

Fans can also note that Ghetto Gods is essentially a Dungeon Family reunion, with features from CeeLo Green and Future, while Outkast and Dungeon A&R Kawan Prather executive-produced the album.

Tickets for the Biodeghettable World Tour are on sale now with its inaugural show in Portland.

Listen to EARTHGANG’s Ghetto Gods below.

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