In 2013, underground rap heavyweights Blu and Nottz teamed up for Gods In The Spirit, one of the year’s most critically adored EPs.
And upon its release, the duo made it clear they weren’t done there, but they also weren’t about to rush their follow-up. As much as fans clamored for its release, Blu and Nottz earned the ability to take their time with their sophomore effort. And that’s evident throughout Titans In The Flesh, which builds on its predecessor and proudly stands on its shoulders.
Like Gods, Titans finds the Ca-Va connection keeping things concise and cohesive. They’ve delivered six tracks of original, brand-new material that slaps and bumps as much as it pours over with lyrical brilliance. Of course, that won’t surprise any longtime fans of either artist, both of whom have been steadily making their mark since first emerging on the scene