A-Trak and Lex Luger who form like Voltron to create Low Pros, just dropped their debut EP this week, and it's filled with tracks that lean towards electronic music, but much of it just feels more akin to the current experimental wave of Atlanta rap.
This is partially due to heavy production contributions from the likes of Metro Boomin and 808 Mafia, as well as guest appearances from some of the region's new wave of rappers, particularly on propulsive anthem, "Frankie Lymon".
Que, Young Thug, and Peewee Longway all show up in top form, delivering catchy quips, rhythms and melodies in equal measure.
And I'm married to five different bitches
My type of religion
Ain't going out like Frankie Lymon
And it's 'gainst my religion to cuff one these bitches
So fuck on the homie behind me