- Young Hot Ebony (Remix)Last year, Father's album Young Hot Ebony supplied ten raunchy, snap music and booty bass-influenced jams highlighted by the iLoveMakonnen and Key!-assisted hit, "Look At Wrist." Today, Makonnen and Father's Awful Records cohort RichPoSlim hop on a remix of the project's title track. With Makonnen calling himself the "red dragon" and RichPoSlim slipping in a killer mini verse in the song's fourth quarter, the song is most definitely improved by their unique presences. Quotable Lyrics
- OOH He HotBoogz Boogetz is quickly becoming one of the more chameleonic presences in hip-hop this year. In the past two months or so, he's collaborated with Fat Trel, Vado and Smoke DZA, and each time, he seems remarkably able to adapt his style to fit each of those rappers' standard sound. That same assertion holds true for "OOH He Hot," a new collab with Awful Records' Father that very similar to many tracks on the great Young Hot Ebony.
- SpillAwful Records has been at the centre of a lot of the breakout artists coming out of Atlanta this year, but the biggest splashes were actually made by affiliates of the crew, rather than core members. iLoveMakonnen of course, found himself signed to Drake's OVO imprint shortly after gaining a regional buzz, and OG Maco paired with Migos' QC The Label after "U Guessed It" blew up.
- Look At Wrist (Remix)Father is at the forefront of the experimental rap crew Awful Records, alongside rappers like OG Maco, Key!, and honorary member iLoveMakonnen. The latter two artists both appeared on the original mix of Father's "Look At Wrist", which has grown to be his biggest song so far. It may get an even bigger look in its remixed form, with The Cool Kids jumping on the track.
- Fatherless ChildA rising emcee out of Kansas City, Missouri, Suspect grew up listening to the likes of Brotha Lynch Hung, Bone Thugs N Harmony, and Kriss Kross. A perceived oxymoron, the young emcee attended private school despite coming from a Crip-heavy neighborhood. At school he was "ghetto," at home he "acted white." Victims of circumstance, however, grow to become the most interesting of lyricists. On "Fatherless Child" (which is not a part of our exclusive series), Suspect handles growing up in a fatherless home with the maturity of a hip-hop veteran.