/  05.14.2021

Back in August, producer collective Internet Money blessed the masses with their debut album B4 The Storm, a 17-track body of work that featured virtually all of your favorite artists — Trippie Redd, Lil Keed, Young Nudy, Future, Swae Lee, Juice WRLD, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Wiz Khalifa, Kevin Gates, NAV, and more. Month’s later, a Complete Edition would be released with a remix of the album’s lead single “Lemonade” with Roddy Ricch.

Currently, the Taz Taylor-led group is preparing to liberate their official follow-up, IF YOU KNOW YOU KNOW, which is preceded by the well-received drops “JETSKI” with Lil Mosey and Lil Tecca and “All White Nikes” with Trippie and Lil Nas X. In addition, fans have already heard a portion of another track — the YungManny, TyFontaine, and Tecca-assisted “Nobody” — and received confirmation that a “Lemonade 2” is on the way. Today, they add to that with “His & Hers,” a Taylor, Cxdy, Nick Mira, Pharaoh Vice, and Alec Wigdahl-produced effort that sees Don Toliver, Gunna, and Lil Uzi Vert harmonizing about their rockstar lifestyles.

In a past interview with REVOLT, Taylor tried to explain who Internet Money is, and what they mean for the overall producer landscape:

“It’s hard to explain really … it’s kind of like a producer union. The people that are signed to Internet Money work for me, but anybody can be represented. … What people might not understand is they think I am a music producer, and it’s nothing like a producer who works with Future because they’re making millions. No, man. Especially people under the Internet Money team; we’re really making more than 90-95% of these industry producers. So that alone is just a blessing that I’m in charge of that.”

Press play on the spaced out visual for Internet Money, Don Toliver, Lil Uzi Vert, and Gunna’s “His & Hers” below.


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