Jun 19, 2013

“Aye breh, open your rap chakras and expand your aura on some heavy meditation shit. Surf the 808s to the astral dimension. God frequencies that take you to hold court with Lord Shiva and the Goddess Kali. Chant these rhymes

Patrick

by Patrick

Head of A&R // Editor

“Aye breh, open your rap chakras and expand your aura on some heavy meditation shit. Surf the 808s to the astral dimension. God frequencies that take you to hold court with Lord Shiva and the Goddess Kali. Chant these rhymes while sitting in lotus position and really get your third eye open. See the hidden structures of all creation. Forge the universe purely from the power of your will. If none of that sounds appealing to you, simply blaze one to this shit and get lost in Xbox Live games for a couple of hours. It’ll all make sense then.

Khalil Nova comes to us from parts unknown via Georgia. You’ll realize that statement is both contradictory and entirely accurate, when you fall into the parallel dimension that is 808s of Life. We’re traveling unknown roads of rap here. From “Gunnin’ 4 A Palace” and its stuntin’ alien bump, to “Love My Haters” very #based acceptance of those that would talk shit on you—808s of Life comes from a place most high. Spiritually and in the medical marijuana sense. Experience this album as a trip through video games, mysticism, strip club anthems stripped to bare bones, and most importantly yourself.

Download Khalil Nova’s 808s of Life and convene a psychic conference call with atliens, that homeless dude that mutters incoherently at you, and strippers throughout the ages. The strippers only communicate through assquakes. Don’t worry, soon enough you’ll learn to speak in assquakes, it’s the language of the old gods.” – @KhalilNova

released 21 May 2013

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