The rising Tampa rapper gets an assist from the legendary Atlanta producer.

When Lex Luger’s iconic producer handle plays (Lex Luger on the beat…), one certainty crystallizes: it’s going to be a hot track. One half of the famed 808 Mafia, along with Southside, Lex has worked with the industry’s premient talent. From producing on “H.A.M.” by Kanye and JAY Z to the ensemble cut “Champions” (featuring 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Quavo, Kanye, Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, Desiigner, and Yo Gotti), Lex has cemented his legacy. 

But part of his allure is having an ear close to the streets, always keeping an eye out for who’s popping — and who’s on the ascent. As an Atlanta native helping the city architect hip-hop’s in-demand trap sound, Lex’s astute opinion and co-sign can catapult a burgeoning artist to the next level.

Enter Big Baby Scumbag — the rising Tampa artist turning heads with tracks like “Dale Earnhardt” and “Hammer Time,” both enjoying strong six-figure Spotify streaming numbers. An artist clawing his way up the ladder, through equal parts resolve and talent, Big Baby Scumbag has received his official Lex Luger co-sign by way of their new collaborative project, Juvenile Hell.

The nine-track EP is entirely produced by Lex, and is anchored by the lead single “Metal Gear Solid.” Coming in at a succinct 21-minutes, Juvenile Hell will catch your attention right away while being built for repeat listens.

Check out the new EP below: