Rap artist Muzic King just dropped a new #based inspired music video, Run Me That Money.
Muzic King is LA area rap artist and music producer from Inglewood, California. Muzic King attended Westchester High school in Los Angeles with hopes of playing professional basketball in the NBA. Once his hoop dreams deflated, Muzic King turned to the streets and got deep in trap becoming a notorious local hustler throughout the Los Angeles area. Muzic King has two albums, I Am Muzic and The World Is Mines both available on iTunes as well as on his website MuzicKing.com for free download & a handful of unique music visuals on YouTube.
Run Me That Money produced by Muzic King, is a new lyrical hiphop record, with a trap, based feel heavily influenced by the west coast ratchet sound. Muzic King raps about “the trap”, “rich girls like Nicole Richie”, and cleverly uses drug inferences as metaphors in his lyrics “sell like crack”, to describe profits, “cash flow creating”. Run Me That Money is a money mantra, it’s hustler music, it’s aphorism for success in the trap.
Muzic King say’s his inspiration behind this track was Lil Wayne circa 2003-2005, when Wayne was dropping mix tapes like the Dedication and Da Drought almost back to back.