Local hip-hop crew The LabRatz just released "The Experiment," a 20-track behemoth befitting the group's 14-member lineup, which boasts Blaze Beatz, Kwestion, Asylum, Fiyah Burnz, Osyrus Bolly, Doe Boi, Bobby, Turnpike, Tiko Brooks, X2C, Nick Broadway, King Knowlej, Gadah and Duke Stigall.
There are guest spots from 607, Sutter Kaine, Bree, Rave Latrice and J-Roae.
You can check out some samples or buy the album here. The music blog Addicted To Real gave the LabRatz some love: "If not a comprehensive display of the insane amount of talent in this group, its a testament to their incredible versatility. With all production done in-house by masterminds Blaze Beats and Kwestion, the diverse array of well-orchestrated beats create a smooth southern backdrop for the remaining artists Asylum, Fiyah Burnz, Osyrus Bolly, Doe Boi, Turnpike, Tiko Brooks, X2C, Nick Broadway, King Knowlej, Gadah, and Duke Stigall to paint stark picture of the life in the ARK."
Below, check out "I Can't Call It" the second track off "The Experiment." It features Bobby, Asylum, Doe Boi, Gadah and Duke Stigall.