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“I started this here piece of brilliant shit after some weird Estonian kid I’d previously never heard of called Dew8 (somehow pronounced ‘Dewey’) randomly sent me a couple of beats to a secret email he somehow found via an even more secret Geocities fan page I made for myself back in January, 1964,” Lee explains, simply.

He was, of course, beginning to explain how he went from just your everyday sweg-heavy, cult-leading rapper, to achieving the level of SUPERGOD5000Plus; namely, his latest solo EP. Yet another busy year for Lee Scott isn’t exactly winding down, because that’s not what the Blah rapper does. He makes records, clothes, artwork and money all day and night, no matter what month it shows on the 1996 Liverpool Football Club calendar that he may or not own. It’s this relentless work rate, above all else, that has helped him to achieve this seemingly unattainable level.

“I think I had reached this level several hundred years earlier but sometimes things like this are hard to admit until you have eaten breakfast. Sometimes, even Supergods doubt themselves.”

The EP in question is worthy of such a title as Leezus returns to rapping on this hard-hitting beats with aplomb, bringing features from fellow Cult Members, Milk, Sniff, Black Josh, Stinkin Slumrok, Salar and Nah Eeto. The vinyl with the masterpiece cover art is now shipping if Lee’s Instagram stories are to be believed, whereas the likes of Spotify, Apple Music and any other music streaming websites were graced by the 8 track release this weekend just gone.

 

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