Quality Control compilation features hot trap artists

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Quality Control compilation features hot trap artists

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Rhett Moore, Staff Writer

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Control the Streets Vol. 2 is the 2nd installment from the Quality Control Album. Founded in 2013 by CEO Pierre Omas and COO Kevin Lee. Quality Control Music strived to bring a more authentic sound to the trap scene, especially in the south. Quality Control Music has brought some of rap’s biggest names to the for the front in the past 4 years, boasting e Migos, Lil Baby, Lil Yachty, Rich the Kid, and e City Girls.

Aside from the rappers signed to Quality Control, they were also accompanied by other big artists not signed with the record label. Rappers such as Atlanta native Gucci Mane, Tee Grizzley, DaBaby, Megan the Stallion, Gunna, Playboi Carti, Meek Mill, Travis Scott, Young Thug, PnB Rock, and others. With guest producers Metro Boomin, DJ Mustard and Tay Keith.

Much like in the first installment, Control The Streets Vol. 2 never failed to capitalize on maintaining the southern trap sound throughout this project.

After the long-awaited collaboration, Lil Baby and DaBaby hopped on “Baby”, which peaked at 24 on Billboard hot 100. In “Baby”, the two would explain that being successful does not mean that they do not have to stay in touch with their roots.

Offset and Gunna have not been on many songs together but when they do, It is a hit. DaBaby also appears on this track and does contribute nicely but is not the focal point on the song. Gunna is known for exiting his wealth and the expensive jewelry and clothes he purchases, and this is no different. The three would go on to rap about there success after becoming big-time rappers, the accessories that they have purchased which are very rare, and the weapons they own.

Control The Streets Vol. 2 is what Quality Control said it was, a compilation of music. An album consisting of 36 songs, it is no surprise that it did not reach the level of success

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