Little Rock, AR native Rent Money has been building an organic following through word of mouth and live performance experiences in New York City, with his new song impressively and curiously marking his first formal release.
Rent Money, the descendant of New York Times bestselling author Alex Haley (Roots, Malcolm X), is dedicated to keeping up his bloodline’s tradition of being a top-tier wordsmith, with his latest song, “Hold On,” showcasing his polished songwriting abilities as he crafts an introspective earworm and weaves between rapping and subtle crooning.
The melodic track, which was engineered by Dave Kutch (JAY-Z, 4:44, The Weeknd, Starboy, Beyoncé, Lemonade), marks a strong first entry to his catalog, with Toronto songwriter and producer Yonatan Watts lending his talents as well. Rent Money is currently gearing up to release his currently untitled debut EP.
Get a taste for the musical stylings of Rent Money above.
"They got me feeling like the government, the government.."
After releasing his five-track JOHNNY EP and an accompanying slew of equally-captivating visuals last year, Los Angeles-based producer and multifaceted recording artist Rob Roy returns with his latest single, “Stick.”
The track, which was co-produced by Luke Walker and Rob Roy himself, first debuted on Noisey’s Beats 1 radio show, with its experimental nature melting between alternative hip-hop and the fringes of sinister, dark electro pop.
Explore the shadows and dive deep with Rob Roy as your guide in the track above.