Repping for Norwalk, Conn., Chris Webby is part of the growing frat-rap subgenre, populated mostly by young white dudes heavily influenced by Eminem, rhyming almost exclusively about self-medication, extensive partying, ADD, and the ladies. Like his contemporaries Mac Miller, Sam Adams, and Asher Roth, Webby put out a bunch of online mixtapes (including Optimus Rhyme, Best in the Burbs, Teenage Mutant Ninja Rapper), and built a rep through viral videos, social media, and college parties. Homegrown is his second EP and continues where There Goes the Neighborhood left off. With lyrics about text messaging, futons, Adderall, and beer pong, he's a hero for the underage rap-fan set and has plenty of potential to blow up. Don't miss the triumphant, surprisingly sharp "Rap Nemesis" and the spooky before-and-after jam "Aww Naww."