What better way to introduce your track’s visuals than have Legendary rapper, Stogie T drive down slowly in the beautiful streets of Durban with a Porche to say bars are about to drop. We witness pit bulls, a fighting ring, snakes and fire as we acquaint with lyrical assassin, Kid Tini’s opening verse on Get Money visuals.
The intro tells us that it’s about to be hot, brutal and bloody in terms of the bars that will be presented to us by the three wordsmiths, which are Ambitiouz Entertainment’s very own Kid Tini alongside legendary rappers, Styles P and Stogie T.
Tini bites on raw meat as he continuously rhymes with blood dripping on his skin…
“You ain’t a threat to me, bars elementary, basically you ain't-a vet to me, this ain’t no melody save it. I really rap nigga you need a special occasion,” rhythms Tini in his opening verse.
In the second verse of the song, Styles P is seen in the studio doing what he does the best, dropping a heavy verse that leaves one with goosebumps. Stogie T remarkably tells a story about a well-behaved Mug and Bean waiter who was destined to Get Money.
Produced by Kraezo, Get Money is Kid Tini’s single that dropped Friday morning, it is about chasing the paper and securing the bag. It caused a stir in the hip hop community after the rapper teased it from Thursday afternoon. The dope music video was however a surprise from the rapper, and it has been receiving so much love from the fans who are happy to see Tini reclaiming his street cred.
Be warned, you might be confused, you might not know whether to focus on the bars or the great visuals that have so far accumulated over 58k views on YouTube. The track escalated to being amongst the most downloaded on iTunes on the day of its release.
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