Golden Age of Rap and Saint Shot Ya by St. Laviathan

No rapper has been as prolific or passionate as St. Laviathan. He became one of the most talked-about new stars over the past year, and for good reason. St. Laviathan was born in Miami and raised on the sounds of Tupac Shakur, DMX, Nas, and Eminem, as well as 50 Cent and G-Unit with artists like Outcast and DMX. Just a few weeks after his last notable song release, he is back with a new single that displays his undeniable “Saint Shot Ya

The song “Saint Shot Ya” is a hip-hop anthem featuring many of rap’s iconic artists, as well as the now-classic rapper Mic Geronimo, D12, and Tragedy Khadafi. St. Laviathan, a student of hip-hop and an emcee, said of the new song, “I want people to know that I am a real student of hip-hop, regardless of my songwriting skills. I am an emcee first.”

“Saint Shot Ya” is everything we’ve come to expect from St. Laviathan, and it is also something much more. This new single by St. Laviathan is all you need to hear in order to gain a clear picture of what hip-hop truly is.

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