Casual Is Tired Of Facing Lesser MCs, So He Battles Himself (Audio)

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Casual stays busy. The Oakland, California veteran MC and co-founder of the Hieroglyphics crew recently released a project with Detroit, Michigan’s Phat Kat as Ron Jon Bovi (Neaux Mursi). In late ’16, he’s back on his solo tear. Attacking Capone-N-Noreaga’s famed 1997 “T.O.N.Y. (Top Of New York)” instrumental, “GodKilla” is a lyrical uprising.

The rapper known for his battle chops grabs the mic to burst bubbles of MCs with high opinions of themselves. Cas’ finds the pocket of the EZ-Elpee production, and bangs on buildings like Godzilla, as he stretches out his wordplay. Listen closely, and it sounds as if Casual may be battling himself this time. His SoundCloud page says he returns as his own arch-nemesis, GodKilla. After all, the former Jive Records MC has been referring to himself as “The Rap God” for quite some time.

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While Ron Jon Bovi are still making their rounds, Heads know that Casual does not sit for long. “GodKilla” likely signals more music to come, and soon.