If you’ve listened to any music out of Atlanta, chances are that you probably heard some of DJ Holiday’s work. Notorious for hosting hundreds of mixtapes, kick-starting rap careers, and having his hands coated in commission; DJ Holiday is a name you should recognize. As for Problem, the last [notable] project we heard from him was The Separation with DJ Drama back in mid-2013 where he featured a plethora of well-established West-Coast rappers. His sound has always had a distinct Oakland flavor to it, which is what makes this Atlanta-based tape stand out from his repertoire of heavy-hitting projects. 808 kicks, constantly changing tempo, intricate hi-hat compilations, and monumental strings brand the production, complimenting the surplus of trap-rappers. There’s 20 tracks on this project, way too much to sum up in a paragraph, but some notable tracks I was feeling was Hennessy (feat. T.I. & Rich Homie Quan), Milkin‘ (feat. Young Thug), Say That Then (feat. 2 Chainz), The Bank (feat. Que), & Made For This (feat. August Alsina). Check it out, cop the free download, follow DJ Holiday & Problem on twitter, and stay hyped for his album Diamond Lane America dropping later this Spring.