When you get some things off your chest, better to let it all go. After writing a harsh yet seemingly deserved verse to her old boo thangs on Rico Love’s To My Ex, Tiara Thomas has a new message for anyone trying to make it big in the face of adversity. On Money Don’t Change, the Division 1/Interscope artist raps that it’s not about the number of digits on the paycheck but instead how those digits change the people around you. We’ll have to wait and see where this record ends up, but for now let the drowned out bass provided by hitmaking producer Boi-1da serve as another reminder to tune out the negative energy and focus on the dream. This PSA was brought to you by the fakers, doubters, and all the haters.
Written by Bryan H on 04/17/14
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