Label: Star Trak, Interscope

Tunji Ige: "P, Shea, and Chad are poster boys for kids like me who wanted to be different. Kids of color, kids with immigrant parents who came up in places like Virginia or Philly. They made crazy synths with different grooves; they’re classically trained but were making weird hip-hop beats. I got that album when I was like in eighth grade, when I had my first iPhone, with an iTunes gift card. I listened to that album every day on the bus. Songs like ‘Spaz,’ ‘You Know What,’ ‘Sooner or Later,’ just crazy chord progressions and song arrangements. It got me into different shit."