Nigerian-born, Brooklyn-based emcee Rilgood has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest street release, the Kingdom LP.
Executive Produced by the artist in conjunction with Andrew Krivonos, the project packs a total of 13 original tracks, including reader-approved singles "God Bless America," "Corruptor" and "Young Kings." Chase N. Cashe, Chatter, Fat Tony, Gift Glamz Glorious, Goldyard and SMTH make guest appearances throughout the set, which features beats by 88-Keys, Dot Da Genius, kechPhrase, Keyboard Kid and Woodro Skillson.
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