Demigodz - The Godz Must Be Crazy  
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written by Hugo Lunny    
Having known Celph Titled for about four years now, I've been well aware of the Demigodz rise from just some friends to a Wu-esque crew. The first time I heard the name mentioned was when a friend of mine, who writes for the site (goes by the name of Ant-One) started providing my former site with a radio show, simply entitled "Demigodz Radio." From then on, I've interviewed and spoken with, on a number of occasions, several Demigodz members and have heard various forgotten gems along the way.

Though I was well aware of the EP emerging, secure details as to what would be featured on it, I wasn't. The EP begins with Celph using a familiar phrase, made somewhat famous by Ap and Celph telling us "Welcome to Chrome Depot." The intro features a parody of the classic gangsta rap era before jumping into "Science Of The Bumrush II.'

Every track features Apathy and Celph Titled. They are the reason the Demigodz exist. But, Louis Logic and Esoteric are seen fairly frequently. However, the entire rhyming sector of the crew come together for the super-posse cut, by which the EP is titled 'The Godz Must Be Crazy.' One Two, L-Fudge, Spin 4th of Yaggfu Front, Metropolis, Open Mic, Rise, Motive and Jabber Jaw as well as the main members drop a few bars to show us who's who.

'The Godz Must Be Crazy' doesn't feature any sub-par tracks. The only track which slightly takes away from the quality of the EP is the mock-skit 'Off The Chrome' which features an obsessed fan begging for Apathy, Louis Logic and Celph Titled.

If you're a fan of intelligent battle orientated rhymes, porn star references (Jenna Jameson got one or two mentions) and cool hooks, as well as abundant enthusiasm...pick up this EP.









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