Wiki Releases Navy Blue-Produced 'Half God' Album f/ Earl Sweatshirt, Remy Banks, and More

After dropping off the video for "Can't Do This Alone" last week, Wiki has finally released his new album 'Half God,' which is entirely produced by Navy Blue.

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After dropping off the visuals for “Can’t Do This Alone” last week, Wiki has finally released his new album Half God, which is entirely produced by Navy Blue. It’s got features from Earl Sweatshirt, Remy Banks, Jesse James Solomon, and more. 

The record follows in the footsteps of three previous singles—“Promised” featuring MIKE, “Remarkably,” “Roof,” and “Can’t Do This Alone,” which featured an appearance from the project’s sole producer Navy Blue. The New York-based duo can be heard sonically pushing themselves throughout the project, as Wiki speaks on his experiences as a young artist grinding in the city.

The video for “Roof,” which dropped back in August, found Wiki exploring NY rooftops as he spits harrowing anecdotes over Navy Blue’s lush jazzy loopings. “Remarkably” showed more of Wiki’s remarkable talent with the microphone, as he skated over yet another granular soundscape. The release of Half God marks Wiki’s second full-length of 2021 after he shared the Nah-produced Telephonebooth earlier this year.

Along with dropping off the new project, Wiki also announced a collaboration with the brand Warrior Shanghai. Together, the duo crafted a customized batch of merch that includes sneakers, jerseys, t-shirts, and hats going on sale Oct. 2 here.

The rapper also announced that he’ll play an exclusive set of shows in NYC, including an album release party to celebrate Half God on Oct. 8 at Soho Roof. He will then take on the Knockdown Center on Nov. 7 in support of Armand Hammer alongside Navy Blue, Quelle Chris, Saint Mela, Fielded, KALYANA, and Dreamcrusher. 

Check out Wiki and Navy Blue’s new album below.

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