Editors’ Notes The Atlantan producer repeatedly reinvents trap on an album decorated with premium MCs. Enriching the snare-and-bass template with vivid atmosphere and detail, he offsets his guests’ braggadocio against varying moods, flipping confidently from the dazing vapors of all-star posse cut “Perfect Pint” to the needles-in-the-red urgency of the Future-featuring “Razzle Dazzle.” On “Hasselhoff,” he even pits Lil Yachty’s sexual bravado against beats and bass that detonate like field recordings from a war zone.