Altar Call

from by K.L.U.B. Monsta

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    This is a Limited Edition Compact Disc of CANVAS only (X) number were made, we kinda just wanted to create a few to give out but ended up ordering a few extra. This item comes in a 6-panel gate-fold card case, with artwork by Norris Webb. Pick up one and we will throw in and some other goodies just because. If you have limited funds and just wanted one email us at and we will send it out. Thanks for checking out the CANVAS project we really appreciate the support.

    K.L.U.B. Monsta
    (Joshua, J. Dotta, Kel Ricks)

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    shipping out on or around October 24, 2020

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K.L.U.B. Monsta - Altar Call


Eyes closed the silence of night trying to hear god speak his blessings upon a nigga/ still mentally tormented from adolescents even tho I had proper father figures/ my neighbor took his on life after the death of his wife hope that father forgive him/ all ask is peace patience and mercy lord/ extend your hand and grant your son some wisdom/
Coward tried to kill me ammonia the tank/ blow a nigga up the morning it crank/ he just fucked tha engine/ cost me a pretty penny
respect him more if that sonbitch woulda came with that semi/
Pay my tithes Jesus handled that my love for religion/ blasphemy/ mi-la-familia disciples of Christians/ decipher the sentence/ seeking revenge/ seeking repentance/

Mama said bow you head when you speaking to Christ/ thunderstorms say the Devil beating wife/ know the sun don't shine forever and ever/
Mama said bow you head when you speaking to Christ/ thunderstorms say the Devil beating wife/ I know the sun don't shine forever and ever and ever/

(J. Dotta)
Uh took some time from da hook to rhyme / brother he always up in da booking line / mother had left me father didn't take da time / sister had to boys um trying to teach perfect dey grind / no father figure I figure dat I should bigum / I dig em and if I didn't I wouldn't be out here wit em / passion ain't nothin like it pastor be speaking righteous / sometimes I feel that he lying lying sometimes enlighten / some of my niggas light it in hopes dat da load lighten / some of these women ah fuck or suck ah nigga to like em / fuckem suckas wit till dey head got ah pricing / niggas rather be life less fo dey give up some vices / equal toe getting tag and dat shit ain't for pricing / I den been center and sighted wit some similar liking / wit these syllables writing / keep my siblings fighting just to show em hood niggas can change minus indictments/


(Kel Ricks)
Four little girls they were taken on that precious Sunday/ minus football and our state would have next to nothing/ glorify first 48 man its just disgusting / denied lottery deep down they say that hurts us/ but got no problem on A&E televising murder/ put civil rights with the raps let me define it further/ forget your geometrics hey f your inner circle/ i'm going in like adolescent intended curfews/ they mace you quick like these niggas was spraying perfume/ they think they god like these niggas can make the earth move/ that solar system homie/ you know the system homie/ claim it’s a war like hey you putting soldier on it/ intelligent artificial thinking they AI / I guess the Christian belt could never just fit my waist size/and all these fake people never repent to they God/ promising all these monsters in route unleash the chaos/



from CANVAS, releases October 24, 2020
Written by J. Bailey, J. Dates, K. Ricks
Produced by Rafeal “Anthem” Andres
Recorded by Brian “B-flat” Cook at B-flat studios, Birmingham, AL
Mixed by Brian “B-flat” Cook at B-flat studios, Birmingham, AL
Additional mixing by Rafeal “Anthem” Andres, Atlanta, Georgia



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K.L.U.B. Monsta Birmingham, Alabama

It has been over a year and a half since Alabama rap sensations, K.L.U.B. Monsta, released their critically-acclaimed Separate But Sequel. Over said time, in addition to carrying on the tradition of classic southern hip-hop, the rap trio—J-Dotta, Joshua, and Kel-Ricks, allowed their lyrical skills to evolve, meanwhile cultivating an overall sound that broadened their horizon. ... more

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