The Underachievers - The Lords Of Flatbush

One of the year’s strongest mixtapes to date is Indigoism, the breakout from the stoned and cerebral Brooklyn duo the Underachievers. That mixtape had a gorgeous sonic float working for it, but on their follow-up to that tape, the group has gone in a completely different direction. Most of the production on The Lords Of Flatbush, the brand-new mixtape from the duo, comes from Lex Luger, the Virginia crunk revivalist responsible for tracks like Rick Ross’s “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)” and Waka Flocka Flame’s “Hard In Da Paint.” That doesn’t mean the new tape is all bloodthirsty bangers, though; it’s the sound of rappers and producers finding whatever common ground they can, and it’s really interesting. Download the entire eight-song mixtape for free at Livemixtapes.

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  1. Lex Luger does a whole lot more than just stuff like he did on Flockaveli.

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