Trademark Da Skydiver & Young Roddy Take Flight. Hear Their Album Early. (Audio)

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Throughout the 2010s, Trademark Da Skydiver and Young Roddy have put in consistent work—often on the same tracks. The two New Orleans, Louisiana representatives helped fuel Curren$y’s Jetlife crew for many years—appearing on every song on both volumes of Jet World Order as well as Spitta’s Top 10 The Stoned Immaculate LP.

While those key contributions were received warmly, the runway is paved for Trademark and Roddy to more properly earn their own place in the Rap sky. They achieve this with collaborative album Family Business. Releasing tomorrow (December 2), the 15 track The Barnes Corp/GOOD$ENSE/iHipHop Distribution release features Kevin Gates, Smoke DZA, and Mick Jenkins, among others.

Trademark Da Skydiver Returns with Lush Strings Attached (Video)

Ambrosia For Heads premieres the album, for fans to sample—a day early. Key tracks include the deeply melodic “Options,” irresistibly smooth “On Demand,” and incredibly peppy “All I Know.”

Curren$y & Young Roddy – Bales (2013 Mixtape)

Like their mentor, Roddy and Trademark have spent many years supporting the greater movement. Family Business uses their strong chemistry to put the spot on them, as they light up the microphones.