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demigodz

demigodz

demigodz


Demigodz are an underground hip-hop supergroup based out of Connecticut, Boston, NYC, and L.A. Membership is somewhat nebulous and has changed several times throughout the years. Roster: Apathy, Celph Titled, Louis Logic, Open Mic, Esoteric, Rise, El-Fudge, Spin 4th, One Two, Motive and Styles of Beyond The DJ’s Chum the Skrilla Guerilla, Cheapshot & 7L History Originally founded 1990 by two Connecticut teens; Reflex and Open Mic (known then as Jedi). Read more on Last.fm
Demigodz are an underground hip-hop supergroup based out of Connecticut, Boston, NYC, and L.A. Membership is somewhat nebulous and has changed several times throughout the years. Roster: Apathy, Celph Titled, Louis Logic, Open Mic, Esoteric, Rise, El-Fudge, Spin 4th, One Two, Motive and Styles of Beyond The DJ’s Chum the Skrilla Guerilla, Cheapshot & 7L History Originally founded 1990 by two Connecticut teens; Reflex and Open Mic (known then as Jedi). Calling themselves “The Nobility,” they were heavily influenced by the progressive hip-hop of the time, including Public Enemy and the Native Tongues Posse. The duo recorded countless demos in Reflex’s garage with the song lyrics focusing on science fiction and conspiracy theories. In an attempt to be heard they hooked up with University of Connecticut radio DJ Cool C to showcase their songs over the local college airwaves.

The buzz being created by the airtime resulted in numerous battles with local MCs which also increased the recognition of the increasingly-popular teens. It was also during this time that Open Mic renamed the group “The Demigodz,” taking inspiration from one of his own verses. During their high school years the group expanded with the additions of New London County lyricists; Feedback & De Ja Vu who were involved in the recording of the Demigodz: Coming Like A Storm To Your City demo. One day when the tape was playing on UConn’s 97.1 radio station it caught the ears of a young aspiring rapper named Apathy. Read more on Last.fm.

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