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Nothing screams uncut entertainment like a cool kid gone wild and that is the exact intention of Sir Michael Rocks on his latest album, Banco.

Whether he’s hanging out the window (ballin’), playing grab-ass with models or simply being chief operator of the turn up, the solo debut appears to be an all-inclusive affair.

Casey Veggies and IAMSU! add a touch of West Coast gold on the buzzworthy single “Bussin'” where as the same effet is felt on the guest-less “Hold On, Hold Up.” The record has already spawned an EDM remix from producers Saint and Stezus. Pairing up Mac Miller and Trinidad James is also just as fun as it sounds on paper, as “Lost Boys” finds the carefree trio reliving their childhood days by proving there is no real differentation between such and present day life.

Sir Michael has had plenty of practice to leading up to this inaugural offering and it shows in the sturdy delivery of his flow and intentionally unfocused subject matter. The production team also does a bang-up job with DJ Mustard and Harry Fraud composing the party music among other beatsmiths.

If you’re loving the listening experience, don’t hesitate to snatch it in full on iTunes.

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Photo: Twitter/Sir Michael Rocks