The New York rapper's second album feels born directly out of last year's inescapable isolation.
While the white t-shirt has been a cultural staple for decades, Dem Franchize Boyz turned the unassuming article of clothing into a statement piece and became a permanent part of the hip-hop lexicon.
The legendary duo's third full-length collaborative effort brings their journey full circle, flexing their superior skill and craftsmanship to create an ambitious, 95-minute jazz-rap opus that celebrates and pays homage to a rich musical and cultural history.
The self-titled project from the newly formed supergroup illuminates a vibe and cheerfulness only attainable when collaborators are closely bonded by friendship.
On their new album, the Atlanta rapper-producer uses comic book fan-fiction as a vehicle for their societal observations and personal anxieties.
The fourth installment in the duo’s essential self-titled series is as vital and of the moment as anything in their increasingly historic catalog.