Wood Boi ft. C-Ride - Back to the Money

Posted 8 years ago
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Track Bangas

Although Wood Boi is an underground artist, you can truly say he’s “Hollywood.” No, not the star-studded L.A. kind, the city in South Florida.  In his new single, Back to the Money , Wood divulges his money-making experiences (at age 17), but in a more creative way than most.  Cool & Dre protégé C-Ride chips in to add his own air of freshness, laying down his lines similarily to Pushin’ and Sittin’ On My Porch.  With a typical Track Bangas’ Miami bass beat and a few vocoder ad libs (sounding suspiciously like T-Pain), Back to the Money will definitely get major spins in South Florida. Who knows, Wood Boi might also be the newest artist in his region to get a major deal?

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