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Earthgang And Musiq Soulchild Take Us To Church In The ’Amen’ Video

Earlier this 12 months, Atlanta duo Earthgang launched their much-anticipated fourth album Ghetto Gods. Representing the brand new sound of rap from the ATL, the Dreamville signees have a loaded listing of visitor options on board for Ghetto Gods in Ari Lennox, Musiq Soulchild, CeeLo Inexperienced, JID, J. Cole, Future, Nick Cannon, Child Tate, and Lynae Vanee. When the album dropped, a press release from Earthgang’s Olu and WowGr8 mentioned that the album was supposed as, “…a sonic reminder of the godhood current in all of us and a examine in how our environments create our actuality, which, via dedication, religion and perception will be transmuted into no matter we need.” On no monitor on the album is that message felt maybe fairly as a lot as on “Amen” that includes Philly R&B crooner Musiq Soulchild.

“Child, say a prayer for me, yeah, put one within the air for me. Present me that you just care, you’ll all the time be there, promise that you just’ll by no means depart,” Musiq sings. And on the brand new video for the monitor, a full-on gospel choir and church-style backing band assist the trio drive house the spirituality of affection wrapped within the duality of religion. It’s the newest in a sequence of movies from songs off of the album that Earthgang has dropped because the album’s launch. They embody final week’s heist-themed drop for “Billi” and the heartfelt visible for “Sturdy Associates” the week earlier than that.

Watch Earthgang’s video for “Amen” that includes Musiq Soulchild above.

Ghetto Gods is out now through Dreamville and Interscope. You may stream it right here.

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