$ilkMoney Drops Sophomore Album 'GTFOMDTNERFAYMFTBOILT'

Brimming with extraterrestrial beats and in-your-face bars.

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Divine Council member and Virginia-native $ilkMoney has shared his sophomore album, GTFOMDTNERFAYMFTBOILT (G.T.F.O.M.D: There’s Not Enough Room for All You Motha F*ckas to Be on It Like This). The new album comes almost exactly a year after 2018’s I Hate My Life and I Really Wish People Would Stop Telling Me Not To, which boasted “Naga” featuring Tyler, the Creator.

As is expected from the psychedelics-fueled rapper, $ilk’s latest album is chock full of otherworldly instrumentals and in-your-face sixteens. Space-age samples and drippy extraterrestrial percussion work lay down the album’s bedrock, whereby $ilk relays his riotous wordplay — he puts a foot in his hater’s mouths, boasts of his street prowess, discusses racial politics, and more. As is characteristic, $ilk doesn’t shy away from using brute force either — he yells into the mic as he curses out those conspiring against him on a variety of the album’s tracks.

You can stream GTFOMDTNERFAYMFTBOILT  below.

For more new music, don’t miss Maxo’s music video for “Strongside.”

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