Two cousins, with different views on art versus commerce, on their way up through the Atlanta rap scene; "Earnest 'Earn' Marks," an ambitious college drop-out and his estranged cousin, who suddenly becomes a star.
Donald Glover / Brian Tyree Henry / Lakeith Stanfield / Zazie Beetz / Harold House Moore / Cranston Johnson / Emmett Hunter / Rick Holmes / Ashley John / Erskine C. Johnson III / Terri Abney / Tony Scott / Tamika Parrish / Orvalle Williams / Tywain Titus
When you go outside the city white people be acting different. That's why I can't even go to Marietta. Too weird.
Earn is out here making that money. Too bad he still look broke as hell. This whole city runs on stunting, you feel me?
Al and Darius reunite a week after the incident, meanwhile Ern and Van struggle to keep their relationship positive.
The arrival of "Robbin' Season" creates a different feel in the city.
Earn wakes up from a night of partying and goes on a quest to find his navy blue bomber jacket.
Earn and Van attend a Juneteenth party hosted by a wealthy couple and meet some unusual characters.
Earn, Paper Boi, and Darius attend the Primal Night Club. Paper Boi cannot contend with a popular NBA player who is drawing more people toward him. Earn tails an evasive club owner who owes him money.
Paper Boi appears on Montague as a guest and must put up with a tedious interview.
When Van meets up with an old friend, things don't go well for her. A sticky situation puts her job on the line.
Paper Boi attends a celebrity event for the youth and is outwitted by a more famous hip hop artist. Earn faces a case of mistaken identity. Darius runs into trouble at the shooting range.
When a blogger begins trashing Paper Boi online, he decides to hunt down the blogger. Darius helps Earn look for a way to make big money fast.
Earn takes Van on a date, still broke. Paper Boi and Darius meet up with a group of thugs for a deal.
Earn awaits bail after the boys get arrested for their shooting incident.
Broke and low on options, Earn seeks to enter the music industry, even by offering to be a manager for his rapper cousin, Paper Boi.