Duct Tape‘s Big Bank Black throws his don suit on and hits the town with a classy band of culinary professionals. Features Future, Gucci Mane, Trouble, Alley Boy, Kevin Gates, Young Scooter, and more…plus you get production by Lex Luger, Zaytoven, Young Chop, Mike WiLL Made It, Will-A-Fool, and then some. Definitely shoots me reminders of 8Ball, just in Atlanta.
The Devil emerges from out the darkest corner of Atlanta with this project that features some heavy weight trap talent (Future, Alley Boy, Big Bank Black, etc.) thrown into a violent audio mishmash of news and horror movie clips and unsettling cover art (well, “unsettling” when compared to the usual Southern rap fare of cartoon’ish/p&p stunt shit). What makes this combination really soar is the fact that the music doesn’t suffer from “lo-fi goth trap rap” syndrome (in an attempt to match the overarching “twisted and confrontational” aesthetic), which definitely forms the right kind of punch-in-the-head contrast.
Ca$h Out and Future drive UFO’s and wake up in a variety things that don’t qualify as their respective beds in Atlanta. This shit is heavy (also note the collaborative production effort of Metro and two of 808 Mafia‘s frontmen).
Ca$h Out “Another Country” (Feat. Future, Prod. Metro Boomin’, Southside & TM88)