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Money Money Cashes Out in Debut Single “Spend It”




NYC-based house music duo Money Money is back in business with the release of their debut single, “Spend It.” The boys are recognized for their upbeat sound full of turbulent basslines, and this fresh tech-house banger is nothing short of that.

Being constantly surrounded by New York City’s exotic nightlife has played a huge role in the duo’s house music endeavors. As NYC natives, they’ve gained tremendous inspiration from the city’s unmatched electronic dance music scene as well as from from artists like Justice, Armand Van Helden, Daft Punk, and Boys Noize to name a few. Now it’s their time to shine and keep the party going all night long with their hypnotic productions full of magnetic house, techno, jazz, and disco beats.

“Theres no better way for us to introduce ourselves than with the pulsating baseline in ‘Spend It.’ We channeled our love for the raw energy of house music into this track, and we are thrilled for this release that represents the beginning of this new musical journey.” – Money Money

As the first official house-heavy track on their roster, “Spend It” marks the beginning of Money Money’s electronic music journey. The track features Fergie’s memorable lyrics from The Black Eyed Peas’ top-hit “My Humps,” taking listeners down memory lane to say the least. The dynamic blend of powerful tech-house synths and nostalgic pop lyrics create the perfect sonic ambiance for listeners to indulge in. Out now on all streaming platforms, get ready to break a sweat after dancing and singing along effortlessly to this one.

Currently based in NYC, I hope to inspire others positively through my writing. Electronic music has become both a passion and a form of inspiration in my life, and I wouldn't change it for the world. I aspire to share this passion of mine with others and help them understand the uplifting potential it can have on our lives!

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