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Internet Money shares new EP ‘We All We Got’

Internet Money’s knack for recruiting the best and brightest acts of our generation has proven to be undeniable.

Stemming from their star-studded 2020 album B4 The Storm — which features Trippie Redd, Juice WRLD, TyFontaine, Cochise and more — the gifted production collective has argubaly put together an underground tape for the ages. Dropping its new 6-track EP WE ALL WE GOT, Internet Money makes a splash at the tail end of summer.

Featuring new wave mainstays in Yeat, Destroy Lonely, Ken Car$on and LUCKI, IM veterans Lil Yachty and Lil Tecca hold it down for the label. While initially sharing the tape’s lead single in Yeat’s “No Handoutz” — as well as Tecca and Ken Car$on’s “She Wants Some More” — Lonely, Yachty and Tecca’s remaining verses were unlocked upon the project’s release Friday (Aug. 19).

Along with “No Handoutz” and “She Want Some More,” LUCKI was tapped for the third single off the EP on Aug. 9. The underground king not only commands a die-hard following of his own, but has achieved greater success and mainstream opportunity stemming from his LONEWOLF-curated album WAKE UP LUCKI (2021). Off the back of singles in “Meet Me There,” “Y NOT” and a collaboration with Cole Bennett, Lucki is finally getting the respect he deserves despite not needing his flowers on “2k in tha soda.”

Said I was quittin’, but highly doubt it

I got hunnids, don’t need my flowers

My brothers, they move like they paid by the hour

We ain’t fall out, but shit went sour

Say she miss me, I drop the album

“2k in Tha soda” — LUCKI

“She Wants Some More” is a perfect summertime anthem, blending both Tecca and Car$on’s sounds together flawlessly. The beat bounces to the nines — giving off a naturally gifted cloud-rap vibe that both rappers are known to excel in. Tecca floats over the chorus of the song, which helps make it extremely catchy with each of their respective verses. Ultimately, “She Wants Some More” is a carefree, upbeat symphony that leaves fans wanting more.

“Say you got packs, keep it on the low, woah

I gave her a lot, said she want some more

I’m countin’ these digits, can’t be worried ’bout no ho

Just like 10 to 12, I hit ’em three in a row

I ain’t worried ’bout no bitch, I just fuck ’em and go (Tec)”

“She Want Some More” — Internet money, Lil Tecca and Ken Car$on

Fresh off his debut album X, this collaboration marks the first time that Car$on — who just earned another massive co-sign from Wiz Khalifa — has worked with Internet Money. He previously linked up with Tecca for their SoundCloud cut “Patrick Ewing” last year, as X proceeded to become Ken’s first major charting album — debuting at No. 115 on the Billboard 200. The album was also executive produced by Opium label head Playboi Carti.

Similarly, Destroy Lonely — who also reps Carti’s Opium imprint — asserted himself as a new wave leader with his project No Stylist last weekend (Aug. 13). Returning to the mic for “On Me” off WAWG, Lone continues to display his refined rap ability at just “20 YRS OLD.”

Although it’s been over two years since the collective’s debut compilation album, Internet Money boss Taz Taylor asserts this wait won’t be for naught — teasing the collective’s second full-length effort since last year.

As IM’s marquee artist Lil Tecca comes off another successful year stemming from We Love You Tecca 2, the label has been feeding fans with new tracks in the meantime — dropping off “Faster,” Youngboy Never Broke Again’s “Flossin” and 24k Goldn on “Options.” Most notably, IM’s mega-hit “His & Hers” featuring Don Toliver, Lil Uzi Vert and Gunna continues to cement the label’s standing as a hit-making force to be reckoned with.

As the energy between Yeat, LUCKI, Carson, Lone, Yachty and Tecca fires on all cylinders, Internet Money’s EP is certainly one of the most polished new wave compilation tapes to date.

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