Kill Devil Hills (album)

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Kill Devil Hills
Studio album by DJ Muggs & Ill Bill
Released August 31, 2010
Genre Hip hop, Hardcore hip hop, underground hip hop, conscious hip hop
Label Uncle Howie Records, Fat Beats
Producer DJ Muggs, DJ Khalil & G. Rocka
Ill Bill chronology
The Hour of Reprisal
Kill Devil Hills
(with DJ Muggs)
Heavy Metal Kings
(with Vinnie Paz)
DJ Muggs chronology
Pain Language
(with Planet Asia)
Kill Devil Hills
(with Ill Bill)
West Coast Dubstep: Street Sessions
(EP with 6Blocc)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
RapReviews 8/10 stars[1]

DJ Muggs vs. Ill Bill: Kill Devil Hills is a collaboration studio album by the American rapper Ill Bill and producer DJ Muggs. The album was released on August 31, 2010 on Fat Beats Records.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs produced by DJ Muggs is co-produced by G. Rocka and "Luciferian Imperium" which is co-produced by DJ Khalil. G Rocka is also credited for contributing the drum programming on "Ill Bill TV" and "Secrets Worth Dying For". With Muggs starting to incorporate more live instrumentation into his production with this and the other installments in his "Vs..." series, Steve Ferlazzo plays additional keyboards on the majority of the songs and Cypress Hill's Eric Bobo plays congas on "Chase Manhattan".

# Title Performer(s)
1 "Cult Assassin"
  • Ill Bill
2 "Trouble Shooters"
3 "Paul Stanley"
4 "Illuminati 666"
  • Ill Bill
5 "Amputated Saint"
  • Verses: Ill Bill & B-Real
  • Chorus: Ill Bill
6 "Skull & Guns"
  • First verse/chorus: Ill Bill
  • Second verse: Slaine
  • Third verse: Everlast
7 "Giants Stadium"
  • First verse: Ill Bill
  • Second verse: Q-Unique
8 "The Owl"
9 "Millenniums of Murder"
  • Ill Bill
10 "Chase Manhattan"
  • First verse: Raekwon
  • Second verse: Ill Bill
11 "Luciferian Imperium"
  • Ill Bill
13 "Secrets Worth Dying For"
  • First verse/second verse/chorus: Ill Bill
  • Third verse: Chace Infinite
14 "2013"
  • Ill Bill
15 "Kill Devil Hills"
  • First verse/chorus: Ill Bill
  • Second verse: B-Real
  • Third verse: Vinnie Paz
16 "Narco Corridos"
  • Intro/outro: Uncle Howie
  • First verse: Ill Bill
  • Second verse/chorus: Sick Jacken



  • Narco Corridos, released July 11, 2010
  • Cult Assassin, released July 11, 2010 (July 15 for the video)
  • ILL BILL TV, released August 11, 2010
  • Illuminati 666, released September 14, 2010


  1. ^ RapReviews review
  2. ^ "Ill Bill - Hip Hop Underground". Retrieved 2012-02-27. 

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