/  12.08.2021

Today (Dec. 8), EarthGang has made a return and released a brand new track “American Horror Story.” The somber yet powerful track is the first taste from the pair’s upcoming sophomore album Ghetto Gods, which is set to arrive next year on Jan. 28. On the song, the Atlanta duo speaks on their perspective of the realities about living in this country:

Once upon a time across the far and wide, blue abyss, the first people known to Earth thrived/ Then one day a ship docked with evil intentions, that would change the course of the world and shape our lives/ Stuck over here like four hundred years, stayed iced out through the pain and my tears

Ice in my veins, ice in my ears, bitch give me brain, I can not deal/ Kids on the block, they getting killed, Wimbledon style when will it end? I mean for real, real, real, really for real, real, real

For EarthGang, “American Horror Story” is about the real story of living in America. “It reflects the challenges, injustices and hardships living as Black men in this country,” reads a deeper explanation sent via press release. “Often when reflecting back on the year, the reality of the obstacles are not spoken about and the focus is purely on the positive. EarthGang would like to use this opportunity to speak about that reality.”

Most recently, EarthGang delivered a hit by linking up with Wale and Coi Leray for “Options (Remix).” Shortly before that was their take on the highly circulated “Lemon Pepper Freestyle.” Also in recent months, Johnny Venus assisted Sinéad Harnett in her new “Take Me Away” video that dropped earlier this year. Other dope features include their appearances on Angelique Kidjo’s “Take It Or Leave It” and Tommy Newport’s “Stargazer.”

Be sure to press play on EarthGang’s brand new single “American Horror Story.”

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