1. Calamity (Act I)
4. Rubble (feat. Rittz)
5. Tidal Wavy
6. Average Joe
7. Entropy (Act II)
8. The Process (Guillotine)
12. Rock Out (feat. Tech N9ne)
13. Metal and Flesh (feat. Murs)
14. Scourge (Act III)
15. Deja Vu
16. Hero (feat. Mackenzie Nicole)
17. Hangout (feat. Krizz Kaliko)
18. Ghetto Celebrity (feat. JL, Joey Cool & Info Gates)
Brand new album from hip-hop duo CES Cru on Strange Music. Follow up to Codename: Ego Stripper sees Ubiquitous and Godemis crafting a strong statement for 2017 and beyond
The group formed in the early 2000s and became a duo after the release of its debut album, 2004's Capture Enemy Soldiers. The pair appeared on a string of local releases before releasing its next album, 2009's The Playground. Buoyed by such songs as the break-up anthem 'DYT,' the chest-thumping 'Float' and the politically-charged 'Teeter,' The Playground impressed Strange Music co-owner Tech N9ne.
In 2010, Tech N9ne featured CES Cru on his Bad Season mixtape and had Ubiquitous and Godemis open for him at Kansas City's The Beaumont Club. The group then joined the Strange Music roster in 2011, released the 13 EP in 2012 and followed that up with 2013's Constant Energy Struggles. The acclaimed collection features several singles whose videos have become viral hits: 'When Worlds Collide,' 'Seven Chakras' and 'Juice' among them.