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In addition to being a hip-hop icon and patron saint of all things expensive, #2Chainz is also the boss of his own record label, #TRU. The roster, which features Atlanta rappers Hott LockedN, Skooly, Sleepy Rose, and Worl, dropped its No Face No Case compilation on February 7. To celebrate they dropped by the FADER office to catch up and play a round of Would You Rather. During their session the five rappers were grilled for their takes on everything from where to spend an unlimited musical budget, the merits of NBA IRL versus its video game iteration, and subjects for future NYT bestsellers. Plus, why Quincy Jones knows “too much dirt.”

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