12 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Released eight years after the rap collective was founded, this official debut album is the perfect encapsulation of Two-9's ATL-trap-meets-DIY-punk ethos, with dreamy production and catchy hooks for days. “Used to Be Down” celebrates the crew’s success and boasts a tropical beat from Retro Su$h! that gets hips shaking, while the group’s thicker-than-water bond is poignantly expressed on the piano-driven “Family,” with heartfelt lyrics like “Treat your children like my children.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Released eight years after the rap collective was founded, this official debut album is the perfect encapsulation of Two-9's ATL-trap-meets-DIY-punk ethos, with dreamy production and catchy hooks for days. “Used to Be Down” celebrates the crew’s success and boasts a tropical beat from Retro Su$h! that gets hips shaking, while the group’s thicker-than-water bond is poignantly expressed on the piano-driven “Family,” with heartfelt lyrics like “Treat your children like my children.”

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