Ya Boy ft. Eastwood - I Get Money

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Ya Boy
Featuring:
Producer:
Meech Wells & The Soul Mechanix
Album:
TBA

The most-employed boast in rap music today can be summed up in three words: I Get Money.  To nail that point home a little further, last year featured three artists (Lil’ Flip, Rick Ross, and of course 50 Cent) who flat-out titled their singles “I Get Money.”  Bringing some ’08 freshness to the topic is San Francisco-native Ya Boy, who uses the old-fashioned “I hustle product” to help describe his healthy and growing bankroll.  Adding some kaboom is fellow West Coaster, Eastwood (who hails from Inglewood); bold enough to say he’d still be “fly” even if he was broke.  With a Meech Wells and The Soul Mechanix’ violin beat (knock knock, Dr. Dre), this I Get Money tale is placed together as tight as a rubber band around a stack of dough.

Ya Boy Eastwood

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