Sonically invoking grime/kuduro/hard edged South African House, the new track from Old Money connects / confronts “seemingly disparate things such as: historically black fraternities and sororities in the U.S., pre-Columbus African presence in the western hemisphere, police brutality, “tutting”, euro-centric beauty standards, our Jamaican and Guyanese heritage, and more”
Also helps that it’s a huge jam.
NYC trio Old Money just released their free digital only EP “Scareapeutic”. To promote the release they’re handing out these two remixes of Swedish electropop singstress Little Jinder and rapper Donnis, that until now have been hidden away in their vault.
Attorney Street sent us a new mix that they produced to promote their new T-shirt.
“Oh dip! Snap! Butters! And other such proclamations, and such. We at Attorney Street took a cue from the folks in chi-town (shout to Eschmitte Brand + Enstrumental) and did a tee shirt that features up and coming artists from New York bringing a fresh perspective and energy to their respective professions (ahhh yes, that kinda rhymed). The tee features Mickey Factz, Charles Hamilton, Team Facelift, Melo-X, Va$htie, Old Money, Ninjasonik, Bunny Rabbit + Black Cracker, DJ Morsy & 6th Sense.
The shirt is $35 (domestic shipping included) and is for charity, as all profits will be donated towards Urban Word NYC, the premier youth poetry organization located in this here fine city of ours. In other words, by copping this tee, you’ll have fresh threads and also be supporting the next crop of dope artistic young folks to emerge from New York.
Extreeeemely limited quantities are available – order information and shirt details can be found here.
Thanks to everyone involved, shouts to Olivia for the photography, and thanks to you in advance for your support. Blucka blaow!”
Tracklist after the jump: