It’s a fitting title given the explosive nature of their album, which slaps listeners upside the head immediately with the grimy, Ras Kass-featured opener, “Bobby Flay.” From there, Twins and Twiz explore various soundscapes and themes, including the darker parts of the gangster life (“Paranoid”), what it’s like to survive in New York (“The Rotten Apple”), and phony rappers making false claims about their come-up (“Take Away The Lies”).
The album also features a noteworthy guest lineup, which includes Ras Kass, Gibby, Prodigy, Tri-State, Killer Ben, Godfather Pt. III (of Infamous Mobb), Evidence, Alchemist, Co$$, and LMNO. They’re all fitting complements to both elements of TNT: Twins’ no-bullsh*t, gruff raps and Twiz’s intricate sample flips and hard-hitting drums. Together, they’ve made one of the toughest albums of the year.
TNT is now available for download through all digital retailers, and wherever music can be streamed, via Sound Unity Entertainment, an independent label based in Los Angeles and headed by DJ B.Original.