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Crack's certainly got a chemistry with Tree—I imagine it's why he played hype man to Tree during last year's Pitchfork Music Festival. Crack knows how to work with Tree's idiosyncratic beats, riding the wobbly, euphoric tracks with ease while maintaining an alluring gruffness throughout the EP. He's particularly great when he cuts loose and switches the pace of his flow as he does on the aforementioned "Off Da Pot," which has a Tree instrumental that sounds like a vocal sample that's been pitch-shifted to resemble a small church choir singing to the heavens. It is, as Crack says, "good bullshit."