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Wiki Drops New Navy Blue Produced Album ‘Half God’

New York rapper Wiki has just dropped his latest album Half God and fans are loving it.

Entirely produced by fellow underground rapper Navy Blue, the LP runs nearly an hour long and features guest verses from Earl Sweatshirt, MIKE, and more.

Photo by: Jacob Consenstein

The project was announced at the end of August with the release of its lead single “Roof.” It was a small teaser to show just how well Navy Blue’s lively, tender production pairs with Wiki’s introspective lyricism.

Throughout the project, Wiki takes listeners on an intimate journey throughout Brooklyn — speaking on what rap means to him on “Promises,” drug dealing on “Drug Supplier” and his favorite spots in the city in the aforementioned “Roof.” Wiki spits seemingly effortless verses over Navy Blue’s excellent sampling and beat selection.

Both Wiki and Navy Blue have been hard at work this past year. The former dropped Telephonebooth with Philadelphia producer NAH back in May, while the latter dropped his third album Navy’s Reprise just a few weeks later.

Navy Blue was also featured on Alchemist’s, This Thing of Ours, and New York rapper KA’s, A Martyr’s Reward. With this project added to both their discographies, it continues the duo’s pair of impressive streaks in 2021.

Listen to ‘Half God’ by Wiki below!