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RNT brings the heat for their 2nd outing in their Family Affair compilation series, representing both their ever-expanding RNT stable, as well as their tight knit musical nuclear fam. Side A welcomes two seasoned producers to the catalog for the first time: Red Axes with their flip of fellow Israeli Nenor's banger 'Do You Remember', and Chicago legend Boo Williams comes correct with 'Besty Smith', characteristically bumping and soulful. OG RNT artist Frank Booker delivers his classic sample-y deep sound with 'Time Won't Tell', and Underground System's Peter Matson takes JKriv's 'Something Else' in a synthy and modern electro disco direction to round out the B side. Aural hugs all around in this fam jam!
RNT brings the heat for their 2nd outing in their Family Affair compilation series, representing both their ever-expanding RNT stable, as well as their tight knit musical nuclear fam. Side A welcomes two seasoned producers to the catalog for the first time: Red Axes with their flip of fellow Israeli Nenor's banger 'Do You Remember', and Chicago legend Boo Williams comes correct with 'Besty Smith', characteristically bumping and soulful. OG RNT artist Frank Booker delivers his classic sample-y deep sound with 'Time Won't Tell', and Underground System's Peter Matson takes JKriv's 'Something Else' in a synthy and modern electro disco direction to round out the B side. Aural hugs all around in this fam jam!
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RNT brings the heat for their 2nd outing in their Family Affair compilation series, representing both their ever-expanding RNT stable, as well as their tight knit musical nuclear fam. Side A welcomes two seasoned producers to the catalog for the first time: Red Axes with their flip of fellow Israeli Nenor's banger 'Do You Remember', and Chicago legend Boo Williams comes correct with 'Besty Smith', characteristically bumping and soulful. OG RNT artist Frank Booker delivers his classic sample-y deep sound with 'Time Won't Tell', and Underground System's Peter Matson takes JKriv's 'Something Else' in a synthy and modern electro disco direction to round out the B side. Aural hugs all around in this fam jam!
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