Although Future is the biggest artist to emerge from the melodic wing of Atlanta's rap scene, the first time I heard "Tony Montana" was on a split LP with another artist named Stuey Rock. Stuey just released a new tape, entitled Deez Hooks Ain't Free, which luckily costs less than his hooks (it costs nothing). The tape blends a number of styles, with hints of The-Dream, Travis Porter, Future and Rich Kidz sprinkled throughout. Highlight "On Me" is a irrepressibly catchy jingle, with a beat by FDU Production's Young EX.
Download: Stuey Rock, "On Me" (Prod. by Young Ex)