Stove God Cook$


Hailing from Syracuse, New York, Stove God Cooks, formerly known as Aaron Cooks, hit the ground running in 2020. When the rap game was in a lull due to the pandemic, Cooks rose and dropped his debut project, Reasonable Drought. The project, which was produced by Roc Marciano, became a fan favorite with many critics putting it on their “best albums of 2020” lists. He was also named Billboard’s Top-15 2021 Hip-Hop and R&B artists-to-watch. Along with his debut, he has made appearances on Roc Marciano’s latest albums Marcielago and Mt. Marci on the songs “Puff Daddy,” “God Loves You,” and had a show-stealing verse on “The Eye Whorus.”

Cooks is ready to get the stove clickin’ again. Stove God is gearing up to drop his highly anticipated follow-up tentatively titled Stove Jesus, which finds Roc Marciano handling the production once again. He recently released his new single “Dope” featuring French Montana to prepare fans for what’s to come.

With co-signs from Busta Rhymes, Westside Gunn, Roc Marciano, Bun B, 2 Chainz, 9th Wonder, and more Stove God Cooks is ready to make his presence felt again. Look out for new music from Cooks coming sooner than later.

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