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If you want a great scope of the bubbling #NewAtlanta movement, we suggest that you lend an ear to “Automatic” by Two9’s Curtis Williams. Here, the young rapper shares the stage with two of ATL’s rising producers in C4 and Childish Major, most known for creating “U.O.E.N.O.” for Rocko.

The anthemic track shares the same “get money at all costs” sentiments that Williams and fellow crew member Jace exclaimed on the Mike Will Made It-produced “Where the Money At?.” Sprinkle in a few “I can take your girl” raps, and voila, there you have it. And that’s no shade to “Automatic,” because the song’s raw, youthful energy compensates for what it lacks in depth.

This new generation of rebellious ATLiens are looking to take the game by storm on their own terms, and it’s apparent in the music. Get hip to the Two9 and #NewAtlanta movements ASAP. You heard it here.

Check out “Automatic” below.

Photo: Two9