the lyrical punch that its mixtapes had, the band’s official debut on Quality Control/300 Entertainment did signify success. The band had been signed and released a legit studio album. Both singles released from the album, “One Time” and “Pipe It Up,” charted in the U.S. Top 100 singles, at No. 34 and No. 38, respectively. While neither went gold, the album itself charted on three different charts: On the U.S. Top 200, it reached No. 17; on the U.S. Top R&B/Hip- Hop Albums, it reached No. 5; and on the U.S. Rap chart, it reached a peak position of No. 3. “Just for Tonight” (featuring Chris Brown) “Cocaina” (featuring Young Thug) C ULTURE (Released 2017) The sophomore effort from the Atlanta trio, Culture provides a cultural snapshot of the time. Critics lauded its more mature flow. The diverse collection of tracks carried production by Metro Boomin, Nard & B, 808 Mafia, and Buddah Bless. The album features the first chart-topper the Atlanta trio scored, “Bad and Boujee,”which reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. With tracks like “T-Shirt” and “Get Right Witcha” described as “hypnotic,” critics lauded the follow-up as iconic. Collaborations

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