In the vibrant tapestry of Los Angeles rap, there’s a new and refreshing sound that’s turning heads. Enter Baby Stone Gorillas, a quartet hailing from Baldwin Villages, also known as “The Jungles.” Their latest offering, “FALLEN TROOPS,” is a testament to their unique vision and the relentless spirit that drives their music.
Comprising EKillaOffDaBlocck, Top5ivee, P4K, and 5Much, Baby Stone Gorillas are a breath of fresh air in the West Coast rap scene. They’ve managed to craft a sound that’s a perfect blend of their street surroundings, imagination, humor, and an unwavering desire to stand out.
“STL Caps & Jay Hats” was just the beginning, followed by “Military,” and the self-titled track “Baby Stone Gorillas,” all of which garnered millions of streams. By the end of 2021, their music made its way to OVORadio and even earned a nod from Shaquille O’Neal.
Now, with “FALLEN TROOPS,” Baby Stone Gorillas are poised to further solidify their place in the rap world. With a 23-track mixtape featuring artists like 1takejay, Bla$ta, Band Gang Lonnie Bands, and Wallie the Sensei, they are making a bold statement that it’s their time to shine.
But Baby Stone Gorillas aren’t just about the music; they’re a movement. In their “Keep Goin” music video, the setting inside a decommissioned church echoes the question: Is it sacrilegious to smoke weed here? It’s a glimpse into the irreverent, unapologetic, and wholly authentic world of this burgeoning Los Angeles rap group.
In an industry where conforming is often the norm, Baby Stone Gorillas are a breath of fresh air. They stand at the intersection of originality and raw talent, and their music speaks of the streets and the stories that need to be told. “FALLEN TROOPS” is more than a song; it’s the anthem of a rap renaissance that begins in the heart of LA. Don’t miss the opportunity to witness the rise of Baby Stone Gorillas and their unapologetic journey in the world of rap.