I don't know exactly who the A'Won Boyz are. What I've managed to glean so far is that they're a trio from Brooklyn making what they describe as afro-hip-hop—R&B and rap fused with "New Age West African Music." On "Commas Come And Go," the crew flips Future's similarly titled hit of the year, packing it densely with self-mythologizing bars and giving the Southside-produced track an unexpected new texture. Their version dropped way back in June, and I'm heartbroken that I spent the entirety of the summer without it in my life. Listen below.
October 16, 2015