13 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In recent years, the Sacramento rapper’s been shouted out by Kendrick Lamar on the Grammys stage and featured on the Black Panther soundtrack—and somehow he’s still underrated. On Internal Affairs, Mozzy leans further in to the cold-blooded, thoughtful gangster tales on which he built his buzz, with songs that feel like therapy sessions but could still go off in the club. He’s also recruited a solid selection of guests, including Sada Baby, whose scene-stealing verse on “Just My Luck” highlights the similarities between Detroit and Northern California street rap.

EDITORS’ NOTES

In recent years, the Sacramento rapper’s been shouted out by Kendrick Lamar on the Grammys stage and featured on the Black Panther soundtrack—and somehow he’s still underrated. On Internal Affairs, Mozzy leans further in to the cold-blooded, thoughtful gangster tales on which he built his buzz, with songs that feel like therapy sessions but could still go off in the club. He’s also recruited a solid selection of guests, including Sada Baby, whose scene-stealing verse on “Just My Luck” highlights the similarities between Detroit and Northern California street rap.

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