Photo by Paul Labonté

After teasing with a handful of tracks earlier this year, Montreal-based rap crew Ragers has released their new project Raw Footage and it's ridiculously good.

The LP arrived Friday via Canadian boutique label Saboteur Records and it's stacked with infectious jams, starting with the opener and previously released cut "Fools," a blistering single about the pop music landscape.

The group, made up of musicians, rappers and beat-makers, had said of the track: "Narcissism, sex addiction, and superficial interaction is on full display through the lens of modern technology and in ['Fools'] ... We live at the cross section of wild pop culture where electronics, hip-hop and art without boundaries define us."

Raw Footage also includes previously released standouts such as the Lou Phelps-assisted "Medicine" and "Alright," featuring Valerie.

Hear the full, 10-track album below.