The Paper Route Empire Standout Prepares For His Upcoming Time Is Muney (Deluxe) With a Flashy New Video Featuring a Cameo From Key Glock
A master of the low-key flex, Memphis riser Kenny Muney lets his bankroll speak for him. Coming through with his latest headphone-ready slapper, the Paper Route Empire artist shares “Big Muney Sh*t,” his latest music video. With an atmospheric instrumental that pairs airy vox with booming piano-notes and knocking 808s, “Big Muney Sh*t” finds Kenny slowing down his usually fast paced flow, allowing listeners to focus on his wry and confident lyricism: “I play with the grass but I look like I sold a hunnid bricks/I run through a thousand packs so fast, I’m on some Sonic sh*t.” In the video, Kenny mobs in a Memphis parking lot with his high-class Jeep Wagoneer, joined by Key Glock in his trademark yellow Ram truck. The two PRE brethren bring their posses to a club, tossing money in the air to celebrate their success.
“Big Muney Sh*t” follows in the wake of his recent single “King Pin,” both of which prepare PRE fans for Kenny’s upcoming Time Is Muney (Deluxe). Released last February, Time Is Muney is a project suited for headphones–the better to be mesmerized by Kenny’s hypnotic flows. The tape is home to singles like “Backend Freestyle,” a flex heavy track that allowed Muney to reintroduce himself to fans, both new and old, “Worthless,” which received a tequila-fueled music video, and the street hit “No Days Off” (2 million combined plays on YouTube and Spotify). Featuring guest appearances from Kenny’s PRE associates Big Moochie Grape and Key Glock, as well as Dreezy on the romantic duet “Nobody,” Time Is Muney is available everywhere.
With Time Is Muney, Kenny Muney showed that he has the talent and determination to succeed in the Empire-building business. Stay tuned for more from Kenny Muney and Paper Route Empire.
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