Coming to a streaming service near you on August 16th.

One of the industry’s leading labels and management companies, Quality Control, has established their dominance through auspicious signings, cultivating a roster responsible for the bulk of today’s hits. They have Migos; they have Lil Baby; they represent City Girls; Lil Yachty calls them home. In December ‘17, they packaged this talent into the popular compilation project, Control The Streets, Volume 1

While each QC member has enjoyed prosperity since this release (Lil Baby’s debut studio album, Harder Than Ever, is RIAA-certified Gold, peaking at number-three on Billboard 200), their presence is most felt in a collaborative effort. With a recent announcement, It looks like the 2017 QC ensemble musical experiment will yield an official sequel in Control The Streets, Volume 2, slated for an August 16th release.

Announced yesterday, July 16th, through QC co-founder Pierre “Pee” Thomas’ Instagram, the second compilation volume aims to continue their industry dominance through both show and tell. Yes, QC frequently, and unabashedly, proclaims supremacy, but they also demonstrate it directly by consistently producing the majority of today’s biggest records.  

 
 
 
 
 
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Control The Streets Volume 2 August 16 🙌🏾 Got A 2 Piece Special Dropping Tonight Thou So Stay Tuned😎

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Manifesting this mindset, QC quickly followed their album announcement by releasing a two-piece offering: “Baby” by Lil Baby featuring DaBaby; “Come On” by City Girls and Saweetie and produced by DJ Durel.

At the end of the day, regardless of their solo outsized success, QC is a band of brothers — and sisters — who have adopted a Golden State Warriors type of mindset: chasing the greater good of team victory. They understand that their powers are most effective in a collaborative manner. On August 16th, we’ll continue witnessing that dominance with Control The Streets, Volume 2.

Get ready for Control The Streets, Volume 2 by listening to “Baby” and “Come On” below: