Production collective Internet Money have released their first album, B4 the Storm.
For the 17-track record, the group enlisted an impressive line-up of hip hop contemporaries, including Future and Swae Lee on “Thrusting,” as well as Gunna, Don Toliver and NAV on “Lemonade.” B4 the Storm also features an appearance from the late Juice WRLD on the track “Blastoff,” alongside Trippie Redd.
“We’re turning out all these different types of artists in different genres. Lil Tecca and Juice WRLD are not even the same type of artists. Same with Trevor Daniel. I think it’s a real ’90s way of doing it,” collective co-founder Taz Taylor told Complex of the album’s approach to collaboration. “Like, Dre and everybody used to be really hands-on with music, and develop artists, and just craft records. I think we’re bringing that back.”
Prior to the formation of Internet Money, Taylor produced hit songs such as Trevor Daniel’s “Falling,” Lil Tecca’s “Ransom” and Rich the Kid’s “Plug Walk.”
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