Myke Towers returns with Easy Baby Money, the long-awaited follow-up to his 2016 debut studio album El Final del Principio.
The project is said to mark a new chapter for the Puerto Rican artist, who has experienced a lot of life changes as well as personal development over the last several years. And he intends for his sophomore album to showcase that growth.
“I know a lot of things now that I didn’t before,” Towers told Billboard when asked about the four-year gap between the projects. “I created a movement with my fans and it was only a matter of time to give them a full album … The underground rap scene is what made me. With this album, I wanted to expand and show people that I’m not only ‘that kid who raps.'”