CMG EST Gee of The Label can’t be beat on his first major label album, I Never Felt Nun.
Here, the Louisville rapper only gives his opponents his most vicious raps, such as the terrifying “Hell,” the well-known “Love Is Blind,” and the cruel “Blood.” EST Gee also contributes to Future’s song “Shoot It Myself.” Jeezy, Jack Harlow, Machine Gun Kelly, and Bryson Tiller collaborated on several songs on the 21-song set.
I Never Felt Nun is EST Gee’s follow-up to his 2020 mixtapes Ion Feel Nun and I Still Don’t Feel Nun. It’s also his first solo project since last year’s Bigger Than Life Or Death. This year saw the release of EST Gee’s collaboration with 42 Dugg, “Last Ones Left,” as well as his inclusion on the CMG compilation Gangsta Art.
You’re mistaken if you don’t think EST Gee is one of the most popular rappers right now. With each new release and feature, the Kentucky-born rapper has been putting on a lot of pressure, and being on Yo Gotti’s CMG (Collective Music Group) imprint has only made him more famous.
Because Gee is on the roster, most fans believe Gotti assembled The Avengers. Given the level of talent on the label, this is fairly accurate. This summer was promised to be a CMG summer, and despite the fact that it is almost over, the “Love Is Blind” rapper kept his word. Gee’s long-awaited debut album, I Never Felt Nun, is out today (Sept. 16) EST.
- Have Mercy
- Shoot It Myself (feat. Future)
- Come Home
- I Can’t Feel A Thing
- Backstage Passes (feat. Jack Harlow)
- Both Arms
- Bow And Say Grace
- Is Heaven For A Gangsta
- Love Is Blind
- Get ‘Em Geeski
- Sabotage (feat. Bryson Tiller)
- Double Back
- I Won’t Let Em’ Kill Me
- Death Around The Corner (feat. Machine Gun Kelly)
- Get It Going
- Voice In My Head
- The Realest (feat. Jeezy)