Editors’ Notes One of the most popular and consistent artists in the Houston scene, Trae has been grinding since the late ‘90s and continues to drop high quality albums on a regular basis. Late Night Kings is his sixth solo piece (not counting roughly a dozen collabo projects with Guerilla Maab, Z-RO, and S.L.A.B.), and fits within his standard formula of self-reflective wordplay à la Scarface, delivered in his unique, laid-back deep drawl and set to production that is generally slower, funkier, and more melodic than many of his Dirty South peers. Some of the tracks are a little overblown with the Auto-Tune and/or male R&B hooks, but most of these 20 selections are dope as expected. Check out the title track, "Night Off," and "Quit Callin.”

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5:40
 
2
4:26
 
3
4:07
 
4
4:35
 
5
3:02
 
6
2:45
 
7
2:57
 
8
3:11
 
9
2:43
 
10
5:02
 
11
3:44
 
12
3:59
 
13
4:16
 
14
3:57
 
15
3:41
 
16
3:08
 
17
5:01
 
18
3:16
 
19
4:19
 
20
3:48
 

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