The Embassy Music Board - Money Getters

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
Infamous
Album:
Untitled Project

When it comes to procuring paper, gathering greenbacks, collecting cash, racking up riches and accumulating assets, the Embassy Music Board are seasoned pros; to put it simply, Big A, K.O., Baby D.O.E., and Manolo are masterful Money Getters. On this newly-leaked cut the ATL foursome take some time out of their busy schedule of getting paid to, well, talk about getting paid. Backed by heavyweight producer Infamous’ street-ready sampled-brass instrumental (complete with a unconventional, sound-effect-driven hook), the group pay tribute to the Almighty Dollar in brisk, fittingly hard-nosed verses. And, just in case you thought the EMB weren’t serious about their undying love for the Benjamins, Manolo makes clear exactly where his priorities lie: “I need room for money, honey move out / pack your sh*t, you gotta go, my dough is at the door.” Now that’s cold. This track is set for inclusion on a yet-untitled project scheduled to drop sometime in April – those who like what they’re hearing should keep it locked for further details.

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