Money Green (album review)
Fans responded so well to $hamrock‘s “Money Green Intro” video that he decided to release another set of visuals. This time around he chose to bring to life a track dubbed “Torture Interlude.” It’s number nine on the Money Green LP and was produced by Ribah On The Beat. It’s a more serious selection with a hood vibe and raw street rhymes. Peep the flick below.
This video was once again a joint venture between Kendrell Watkins & DJ Ritz. Things kick off with an intriguing spoken word style piece from Florida rapper Dangeruss. It is a brief part of the video but has still managed to make a lasting impression on viewers. From there, the duration of the piece centers around $hamrock kicking it in St. Petersburg, Florida with affiliates of the upcoming movie Spring Break, which stars Selena Gomez and James Franco. Dangeruss and other Florida talents contributed to the film’s soundtrack and provided insight into their world to help the actors get into character. $hamrock also has some simple but fly solo shots. And the bright lighting of the video provides a striking contrast to the darker toned track. Overall, this was a top of the line project.
**My Two Cents: This is my favorite of the two videos from the Money Green album. I like the aura of the whole thing. Additionally, I respect $ham for allowing Dangeruss to get a little bit of shine in his video. Not many artists these days are that selfless. Make sure to preview/purchase the Money Green album via one of the above links if you haven’t yet added it to the collection. And $hamrock loves hearing from his supporters. So add him on Facebook or throw him a line on Twitter. -MinM