Internet Money, the L.A. producer collective co-founded by Taz Taylor and Nick Mira, lead this month’s Breakthrough 25 Chart after the success of their collaborative debut album, B4 the Storm.

From August to September, Internet Money gained over 21 million on-demand audio streams. B4 the Storm has been a massive streaming success, debuting at Number Eight on the RS 200, while the “Lemonade,” featuring Don Toliver, Gunna and Nav, is currently in the top five on the songs chart.  

The rest of the Top Five belong to artists who broke through on TikTok. In second is R&B singer Vedo, whose TikTok hit “You Got It” reached Number 56 on the RS 100, followed by “Lets Link” rapper WhoHeem. “Mad at Disney” singer Salem Ilese and indie artist Ritt Momney, who put a new spin on Corinne Bailey Rae’s “Put Your Records On,” round out the top five. 

The Rolling Stone Breakthrough 25 chart ranks the artists who are seeing the greatest gains each month in audio streams. It does not include passive listening, such as terrestrial radio or digital radio. Because the chart focuses on newer music, eligible artists must not have not reached the upper ranks of the charts before. Each month, Rolling Stone publishes an official version of the Breakthrough 25 chart, covering the four-week period ending with the previous Thursday. 

From a King to a GOD, Buffalo rapper Conway the Machine enters the chart at Number Seven, followed by country singer Andrew Jannakos, who had viral success with his single “Gone Too Soon.” Brooklyn drill rapper Bizzy Banks debuts at Number 10 after releasing his debut mixtape GMTO, Vol. 1 (Get Money Take Over). Other notable debuts include Chicago rapper Lil Eazzyy, Brooklyn indie rocker Sir Chloe and producer Jawsh 685, whose collaboration with Jason Derulo,

Super producer/artist collective Internet Money has just released the remix to their track “Lemonade” featuring new verses from both Don Toliver and Roddy Ricch. This remix comes off the heels of the group dropping their debut album B4 The Storm which featured a star-studded cast of Juice WRLD, Trippie Redd, Lil Tecca, Wiz Khalifa, and several others.  

The remix for “Lemonade” picks up right where the original version left off, with Roddy lending his superior vocal harmonies and Don tracing back with a fresh verse to push the track to the next level. The OG version of “Lemonade” reached No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100, and with the release of this remix it will likely get a boost and rise even higher now.

Complex caught with the group back in August prior to the release of their album, and the group’s founder Taz Taylor talked about how Internet Money’s main goal is to help artists develop and bend genres.

“We don’t care how many followers they have, what they look like, or whatever,” he said. “We’re turning out all these different types of artists in different genres. Lil Tecca and Juice WRLD are not even the same type of artists. Same with Trevor Daniel. I think it’s a real ’90s way of doing it. Like, Dre and everybody used to be really hands-on with music, and develop artists, and just craft records. I think we’re bringing that back.”

Listen to the remix of Internet Money’s “Lemonade” featuring Don Toliver and Roddy Ricch up top or down below.

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