Bringing it back home for “Gutta”, brothers June & Teddy Walton craft a sonic movement aimed towards pulling Memphis back to a position in the hierarchy of Southern rap and beyond. Walton clobbers everything in sight with pulsating snares and drums and June ably raps, “Life changes, see a playa growin’ up/Found my lane, did my thang we’ pourin up”. It’s celebratory fun and reflection. Following the loss of their grandmother, the brothers wisely use the house they grew up in as the single art, starting from the absolute earliest memory they have.