Producer/Emcee MeccaGodZilla unveils his latest instrumental album with much gusto. The 17 track project ERROARS 2.2: Metal Sakura boasts a wide range of influences and styles – it’s pretty eclectic and enthralling to say the least. The dreamy, surreal soundscapes is a sure ear pleaser along with thumping drums and unpredictable naunces and progressions. This is pure bliss if you asked me

 My favs include Chariots, Kongcrete 10d and drum style.
 Influenced by a myriad of experiences while of living in Tokyo, NYC and Long Island, MeccaGodZilla shares a wide palette of musical expression peaking into the roots of Rap, R&B, Experimental, Dancehall and House music.

After the first listen international recording artist and 3X VIMA Award winner Masia One states musically “I see a wilting cherry blossom, and when its dipped in metal instead of incinerating it becomes stronger and more beautiful… the metal doesn’t cause them (the blossoms) to fall hard, they are still organic and beautifully graceful, but slowly forming metallic shells…”

Driven by the goal to keep this album 100% Strong Island vibes, MeccaGodZilla foraged locally recruiting Freeport’s very own Last Words and Buhrnum Wood, two MC’s known for extraordinary freestyle ability, to engage in a lyrical joust on the closing feature song “Laundromat Combat.”

“It’s pretty ill to think about the following idea. Long Island, NY has arguably some of the best, most skilled and diverse artists in rap history, notably Rakim, De La Soul, Leaders Of the New School, Prince Paul, Public Enemy, EPMD, Keith Murray, KMD, Roc Marciano and lots more. I aspire to rep for the place I was raised and provide more of that Long Island Sound to the world.”


ERROARS 2.2: Metal Sakura Tracklist:

01 JUSTAhhhTest

02 Chariots


04 Raye 6.4

05 3rd Ai

06 The Beautiful Alive

07 Kongcrete 10d

08 Amnesia

09 twofold


11 taiwan3

12 Kongcrete 9

13 85crazy

14 16 drum style 2


16 Laundromat Combat ft Last Words & Buhrnum Wood

17 Laundromat Combat






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