To celebrate the release of their remastered, re-mixed, and restructured two-part opus, Gods in the Spirit, Titans in the Flesh, dynamic rap duo Blu & Nottz reveal the sleek new video for standout single, “Heaven on Earth.” The The Infamous Oz directed visuals focus more on Blu who delivers his off-kilter bars in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. While the simple approach is solid, the final product is also enhanced by the fresh animation fxs by Unjust (for Elevation Nation Productions).

As a team, they bring even more life and color to Blu’s rhymes, which sound as potent as ever over Nottz’s contemplative instrumental. “Heaven On Earth” is, of course, one of many notable tracks on the re-release of GITS,TITF, which now boasts new material and a new track list overseen by Blu himself.

This revamped take on the now full-length release is without question the quintessential version of two smaller halves that were already dope, that now exists on an entirely new level.

Check out the visuals and head over to the retailer of your choice to support Gods In The Spirit, Titans In The Flesh which is now available on digital, vinyl, CD and cassette via Coalmine Records. Smart URL (Album)


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01. Atlantis

02. Boyz II Men (feat. Nitty Scott)

03. Creme of the Crop (feat. Versis & ScienZe)

04. Crooks in Castles (feat. Anthem, Homeboy Sandman, Sene & Johaz)

05. To the East (feat. Definite Mass, Tristate, Mickey Factz & Johaz)

06. Giant Steps (feat. Bishop Lamont, Torae & Skyzoo)

07. The Man (feat. Exile & Nottz)

08. The Truth (feat. Shateish)

09. End of the World (feat. Rashad)

10. Heaven on Earth

11. God Shit (feat. Aloe Blacc, Cashus King & Definite Mass)

12. Yesterday (feat. Sene & Elisa Meri)

13. Boyz II Men (Diamond D Remix)

14. End of the World (Remix)

*Tracks 13 and 14 not available on vinyl format


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