As the release date for Apathy‘s sixth studio project nears, he delivers another stunning haymaker in the form of “STOMP RAPPERS”. A beastly track that features the living legends M.O.P and Demigodz member Celph Titled.

“STOMP RAPPERS” as the title suggests is an all out verbal slugfest which doesn’t require any lengthy breakdown and whatnot. This is a no-nonsense banger driven by its chest-pounding beat produced by Apathy himself, with Chumzilla providing the high energy scratch chorus.


“STOMP RAPPERS” is the fourth and final instant grat track available for download off the iTunes’ pre-order for, The Widow’s Son. In addition to M.O.P. and Celph Titled, the 14 track LP also includes features and production from the likes of Pharoahe Monch, Diabolic, Locksmith, DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Buckwild, and Stu Bangas, as well as Ap himself who handles a chunk of the album’s production. The Widow’s Son becomes available for stream and download, as well as all physical formats (CD, vinyl and cassette) next Friday, March 2nd, via Dirty Version. Head over to the Demigodz online store for various pre-order options, and bundle packages.

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Apathy’s sixth studio LP, The Widow’s Son, due out next Friday, March 2nd!

Tracklist:01. The Spellbook (prod. by Apathy)
02. CHAOS (prod. by Stu Bangas)
03. Never Fall Off (feat. AG) [prod. by Apathy]
04. The Widow’s Son (feat. Ryu) [prod. by Chumzilla]
05. The Order (prod. by DJ Premier)
06. Alien Weaponry (prod. by Nottz)
07. Hypnosis (feat. Brevi) [prod. by Messiah Musik]
08. I Keep On (feat. Pharoahe Monch) [prod. by Pete Rock]
09. A View of Hell (Hell Of A View) [prod. by Buckwild]
10. Fist of the North Star (feat. Diaboli) [prod. by Stu Bangas]
11. STOMP RAPPERS (feat. M.O.P. & Celph Titled) [prod. by Apathy]
12. Legend Of The 3rd Degree (feat. Tone Spliff) [prod. by Stu Bangas]
13. Rise and Shine (feat. Locksmith) [prod. by Apathy]
14. Obi Wan (prod. by Smoke The World)

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