Ab Soul Stigmata Action Bronson Asaad

Ab-Soul revisits 1999 Patricia Arquette horror vehicle “Stigmata” with Action Bronson and Asaad

Who's the real Yeezus?

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- May 22, 2014

"Stigmata" may or may not be a second edition of Ab-Soul reacting to Yeezus and his role as a self-perceived hip-hop Moses. But he's a leader that will body you with his enlightenment. This is why he's harnessing the Old Testament's powerful symbology in fresh and pointed ways, from the title to the cover art and the hook: "I carry the cross, if Virgin Mary had an abortion/I'd still be carried in the chariot by stampeding horses." Asaad, a Philly rapper who also likes kicking dust in the eyes of the rap public, guests with a tight-chested and nimble flow, along with YouTube foodie Action Bronson, sounding more smoked out than probably ever. For more great rap with religion at the front, download God's The Bible mixtape.

Ab-Soul's new album These Days is out soon via TDE/Interscope.

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