Listen: Internet Money - We All We Got

Listen: Internet Money - We All We Got

The artist-producer hip-hop collective continue to advance their industry-conquering ambitions with the release of their latest EP.

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Artist-producer collective Internet Money drop their latest EP We All We Got today, a six-track collaborative project that shines a spotlight on some of the most exciting rising rappers in the game. 

Timestamping the collective's growth thus far, the release has plenty of slick beats, booming bass, and lyrical prowess to kickstart any party. Home to pre-released singles 2k In Tha Soda ft. Lucki, No Handoutz ft. Yeat, and She Want Some More ft. Ken Carson & Lil Tecca, and three new tracks featuring Destroy Lonely, Lil Yachty, and Lil Tecca, We All We Got sees producers Taz Taylor (pictured above), Nick Mira, Cxdy, Census, Rio Leyva, and Hologram work their musical magic towards Internet Money’s mission of becoming a dominant force in today's hip-hop scene. 

Creating from their brand new studio in Santa Monica, CA, you can expect to hear plenty more chart-topping hits from Internet Money - but for now be sure to check out We All We Got below, as it enters the world today. 

Internet Money's new EP We All We Got is out now via 10K Projects / Internet Money Records / Virgin Music Australia.

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