Vinnie Paz drops an animated visual treatment for “The Oracle,” produced by non-other than legendary beatsmith DJ Premier. “The Oracle” is as gritty as fans would imagine, and is the latest record to drop from the Philly MC’s upcoming album, Gods Of The Serengeti.
Aside from Premo; Havoc, DJ Lethal and Marco Polo lend their production talents and Immortal Technique, Tragedy Khadafi, Kool G. Rap, and Vinnie Paz’s Army of the Pharaohs crew are among the many MCs that appear on the project. Gods Of The Serengeti, Paz’s sophomore album is due in stores October 22nd.
See the visuals for “The Oracle” below, tracklist for the album follows.
Tracklisting Vinnie Paz – God Of The Serengeti
1.) “Shadow Of The Guillotine” f/ Q-Unique (produced by DJ Lethal)
2.) “Slum Chemist” (produced by C-Lance)
3.) “The Oracle” (produced by DJ Premier)
4.) “And Your Blood Will Blot Out The Sun” f/ Immortal Technique & Poison Pen (produced by Tony Kenyatta)
5.) “Last Breath” f/ Chris Rivers (aka Baby Pun) & Whispers (produced by C-Lance)
6.) “Crime Library” f/ Blaq Poet (produced by Marco Polo)
7. “Feign Submission” (Interlude) (produced by JBL the Titan)
8. “Duel To The Death” f/ Mobb Deep (produced by Stu Bangas)
9.) “Problem Solver” f/ Scarface (produced by The Arcitype)
10.) “Battle Hymn” f/ Apathy, King Syze, Crypt the Warchild, Jus Allah, Esoteric, Blacastan, Celph Titled & Planetary (produced by Mr. Green)
11.) “Geometry of Business” f/ La Coka Nostra (produced by Havoc)
12.) “Jake LaMotta” (produced by Illinformed)
13.) “7 Fires Of Prophecy” f/ Tragedy Khadafi (produced by Beatnick Dee)
14.) “Cheesesteaks” (produced by Psycho Les)
15.) “Cold, Dark, and Empty” f/ FT and Smoke (produced by Jack Of All Trades)
16. “Razor Gloves” f/ R.A. the Rugged Man (produced by MTK)
17.) “Wolves Amongst The Sheep” f/ Kool G. Rap & Block McCloud (produced by C-Lance)
18.) “You Can’t Be Neutral On A Moving Train” (produced by C-Lance & JBL the Titan)
19.) “Kingdom Crusher” f/ Block McCloud (produced by Paul Nice) *****BONUS TRACK
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