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An underground veteran from Chicago, Vakill is best known for his work with the mighty Molemen crew, and officially debuted on the cassette-only release Who's Afraid? back in 1995. An excellent MC known for dense wordplay and slick punchlines, he has dropped several quality albums to date, including Kill 'Em All, The Darkest Cloud, and Worst Fears Confirmed, and appeared on countless other 12-inches, compilations, and collabo joints. With Armor of God, he proves that he hasn't lost a step, dropping furious verses that recall both G Rap and Percee P, over some exceptional, sample-heavy production from Molemen homies Memo and PNS. Dark and grimy while retaining a neck-breaking funkiness, don't miss gems like "Bi-Polar," "Heavy," posse cut "Beast Ballad" (with Rhymefest, Juice, Crooked I, and Nino Bless), and the N.W.A-channelling epic "Appetite to Kill."

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molemen do it again ..long awaited 3rd album... worth the wait..production and lyrical content is flawless.
real Chicago music
real hiphop
keep arguing that Em & Royce are the best in the game..
Add this cat into the mix..
no1 is ***** w/ his skill...
Go cop this ..

Vakill delivers again

Vakill brings us Armor of God his 3rd solo LP. Pick this up, crazy production & Vakill rips through every track. This needs more reviews and 5-star ratings.


I can't believe I'm the first to post a review. I guess thats what happens when your independent. Vakill is not to be slept on especially with all the crap that is out there today. This is a good album and is well produced. I am happy to say that I know Vakill and Panik personally and was there in the beginning of the whole Molemen movement and was happy to be a part of it baaaaaaaaaaaack in the day. I give super props to the Molemen crew for continuing to pursue their dreams!!!.........Nice job boys, now make em clap to it.....


Formed: 1975 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Chicago MC Vakill was born Donald Mason on the city's near south side in 1975. According to Bob Mehr's profile in the January 27, 2006, edition of Chicago Reader, he discovered hip-hop in his early teens, favoring the kind of literate, ingenious rhymes he would later pursue with his own music. In high school Mason teamed with classmate Ed Zamudio, and their collaboration continued after Zamudio co-founded the Molemen collective (adopting the alias Panik in the process). In addition to his 1995 debut...
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