M.O.P., Apathy & Celph Titled Warn They’ll Stomp Out Rappers Like Godzilla (Audio)

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Next week, Apathy is releasing The Widow’s Son. The celebrated member of Demigodz and Army Of The Pharaohs has promoted his upcoming release with a plethora of exciting looks. It began with the Nottz-produced “Alien Weaponry” last month (which premiered on Ambrosia For Heads). Then, the Connecticut vet’ followed up with Pharoahe Monch on a Pete Rock track in the form of “I Keep On.” Ap’ also released his latest link with DJ Premier, “The Order” (embedded below).

Now comes “Stomp Rappers.” Apathy and his right-hand-man Celph Titled are disciples of the Mash Out Possé message and vibe. These are MC/producers who enjoy combining clever, braggadocious messaging while letting peers know that they’re not afraid to rumble either. It’s only right that the A.O.T.P./Demigodz invite M.O.P. onto the song. The song’s scratch-chorus shouts out “Godzilla,” with the perfect ’70s sample chop to match. Apathy kicks off the bar-baric affair, then the Celph, followed by Lil Fame and Billy Danze playing clean-up. For those who like to mash in the mosh pit, this is fisticuffs Rap.

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Having made tracks for R.A. The Rugged Man and Styles Of Beyond outside of his catalog, Ap’ produced “Stomp Rappers,” with Chumzilla on the choral cuts. The Widow’s Son arrives March 2.

#BonusBeat: Apathy’s “The Order,” produced by DJ Premier:

These two previously made video single “Stop What Ya Doin'” on 2011’s Honkey Kong.