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Out now, stream 21 Savage & Offset's new joint album "Without Warning," produced entirely by Metro Boomin.

Happy Halloween y’all! Just hours after finding out about its release, Offset21 Savage, and Metro Boomin decide to keep their word & join forces for a new surprise album called Without Warning.

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Epic Records first announced the project Monday evening, tweeting out…“@21savage x @OffsetYRN x @MetroBoomin NEW ALBUM #WITHOUTWARNING, tonight midnight!”

Laced with 10 tracks in total, the project features two guest appearances from Quavo & Travis Scott, the latter of which appears on the intro track "Ghostface Killers." Meanwhile production is presumably handled entirely by Metro Boomin of course.

The project surfaces at a fitting time for the ATL trio, who are all having monstrous years in 2017. Metro Boomin dropped Perfect Timingwith Nav shortly after announcing his new label, Boominati Worldwide back in July. Meanwhile, 21 Savage unleashed his debut album Issa and Migos topped the charts with Culture, and still have the sequel on its way, which is led by the single “Motor Sport” with Nicki & Cardi B that dropped last Friday. And if that's not enough, Offset just got engaged to his girlfriend Cardi B last Friday as well, making this arguably one the most memorable weeks of his life.

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Following up Metro Boomin & Offset’s latest collab “No Complaints,” fans can now stream the ATL project in its entirety via Apple Music. You already know this going to have some bangers on it. Hit play and let us know what you think! Project available on iTunes.

Tracklist:

1. Ghostface Killers (feat. Travis Scott)
2. Rap Saved Me (feat. Quavo)
3. Ric Flair Drip
4. My Choppa Hate N****s
5. Nightmare
6. Mad Stalkers
7. Disrespectful
8. Run Up the Racks
9. Still Serving
10. Darth Vader 

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Young M.A – She’s independent but making Major moves.

The last few months on the hip-hop scene have been refreshing for every New York City rap fan. The rise of Dave East, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Young M.A has essentially brought New York City back as a major stomping ground for bubbling hip-hop talent.

Young M.A, the lone female in the pack, has especially made an impact in the game with her tough bars and Brooklyn-bred street authenticity — she’s one of a kind.

The past few months have reaped many rewards for the Brooklyn upstart. Her single “OOOUUU” cracked the top 10 of Billboard‘s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and has over 53 million plays on YouTube.

The song has also garnered remixes from Nicki Minaj, Meek Mill, French Montana and more. Beyonce even used “OOOUUU” as the soundtrack for her birthday post on Instagram. Young M.A can also be spotted in the newest Beats By Dre ad alongside Nicki Minaj, Travis Scott and Michael Phelps — the come up is real.

XXL recently caught up with the rising star at a studio in Brooklyn to speak on her rise, Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys rocking out to her record and why 2012 was a turning point in her career.

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