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Homeboy Sandman Drops Powerful Verse Over Trevor Jones’ Promissory

Homeboy Sandman has just dropped “$,” a powerful new track on which he unleashes a flurry of bars over Trevor Jones’ Promissory. As with the rest of his catalog, Homeboy Sandman delivers an important message on the YouTube exclusive single. Sandman tackles capitalism and the effects of worshipping money. Sandman explains the inspiration behind the track,

“It’s about artists not focusing on their art because they feel like they have to work jobs they can’t stand. And amazing artists who make beautiful magic feeling like it somehow isn’t successful if it doesn’t translate into money. Basically the song is about all the sadness and despair that comes from people worshipping money instead of God.”

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Homeboy Sandman is an MC out of Queens, NY and a signee to the acclaimed label Mello Music Group. Homeboy Sandman is coming off the release of his Aesop Rock-produced Anjuelito EP as well as being featured on Peter Rosenberg’s Real Late album. In 2020, he connected with Quelle Chris to release his critically acclaimed LP “Don’t Feed the Monster.”

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