Weekend Money - Yellow

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Baghaddy
Album:
Naked City

Introduced to our pages with last month’s DJBooth-premiered Coke N Coffee, Weekend Money make their return to our pages with another freshly-released single off their forthcoming EP. On Yellow, beatsmith Baghdaddy channels a little Timbaland on the production tip, blending heavy bass, wailing sirens and addictive handclaps as mic-rocking partner Ness (of dead prez-affiliated crew A-Alikes) flexes his lyrical muscles. Feeling it? You’ll be abkle to find plenty more whereYellow came from on the twosome’s Naked City EP, scheduled for release June 19.

Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view Weekend Money’s Maya Margolina-directed Yellow visual.

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