EARTHGANG Need A “Billi” — Music Video Out Now, Submissions Now Open to Perform on Biodeghettable Tour


Fresh off their dynamic live set at this weekend’s Dreamville Festival, EARTHGANG have released the music video for track “Billi,” which features Future. Filmed as one continuous piece, this is the third installment of EARTHGANG’s “Ghetto Gods” film — which the pair have been dropping weekly.

The pair will continue their live stream as they hit the road for an impressive 59-date tour run as part of the “Biodeghettable Tour” which kicks off in Portland, OR on April 20th. As part of the tour, EARTHGANG have partnered with music discovery platform Pigeons & Planes to hand select a hometown hero in each city on the tour for a chance to open for the Atlanta duo. Submissions to enter the program are now open via:, and for more information on the program, read the Pigeons & Planes feature here. Tickets for the tour are also on sale via

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Grammy nominated duo, EARTHGANG, released their much anticipated sophomore album, Ghetto Gods earlier this year to much fanfare and critical acclaim with NPR dubbing it “a culturally significant record” as well as “auditory excellence” (HNHH) and a “standout album” by many (Rolling Stone, Complex, Okayplayer, BET). Clocking in at 17 songs (including interludes), the album comes packed with special guest features including Dreamville head honcho, J. Cole and a slew of hip hop legends like Future, 2 Chainz, CeeLo, Musiq Soulchild, Nick Canon as well as exciting voices like J.I.D, Ari Lennox and Baby Tate. Executive produced by Kawan “KP” Prather (Dungeon Family, Usher, TLC, Outkast) and SinceThe80sGhetto Gods is a sonic reminder of the godhood present in all of us and a study in how our environments create our reality, which, through dedication, faith and belief can be transmuted into whatever we desire.