There’s one song that’s been on repeat for Underground Sound since Friday – and that’s ‘Saviours’ by P Money, Whiney & Y-Zer.
Released on Hospital Records, the track is extremely catchy mixing elements of drum and bass, grime and beautiful harmonies. A music video was released with it, directed by Reece Selvadorai featuring the two vocalists performing on a race track.
This a single taken off Hospital Record’s latest compilation album that is set to be dropped soon.
P Money the story teller
P Money raps about his earlier years and tougher days. There’s a story being told that draws you in quickly. He explains to the listeners that music saved him from a tragic ending.
“I was a robber trying to blend in as a raver, I still did things when I didn’t want to take part, just trying to see my dough rise like a baker.”
“I could have been in jail or a graveyard, good thing that music was my saviour.”
Y-Zer matching with perfect harmonies
This track would not be the same without the vocal harmonies that Y-Zer provides. She is a DnB MC from Kent that has been active in the scene since 2017 and since then has been picking up festival bookings left and right including Glastonbury.
After this feature with P Money on Hospital Records, you can expect to see even more of her.
P Money and Whiney on top of their game
P Money and Whiney release this track right after their sell-out Australia & New Zealand tour. We’ve heard a lot of great new tunes this year, but this one really stands out for us. We expect it to hear this remixed, shared and generally disseminated.
It’s not the first time that the pair have put out a grime versus DnB styled tune – if you like this track check out ‘Sorry I’m Not Sorry’. A year ago P Money and Whiney also released Buss The Red with an equally catchy vibe.
One of our favorites from P Money is his 2015 ‘Pepper Riddim’ on JDZmedia with potent and heavy punchlines. You can also check out his Daily Duppy on GRM Daily which commands pure respect.
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