Learn something about money through Sahtyre’s new song ‘Hunnids Twennies’

Los Angeles artists, from my perspective as an outsider, have a better system of community that helps creative people to flourish. Sahtyre, an artist from that environment, has just released a three-minute record called ‘Hunnids Twennies’ produced by Chase Moore. The song reaffirms some things we know about money—like we wouldn’t be able to use it when we die because we’d be dead, respectfully. Also, if you’re going to do business with the artist, they should make sure they give him what he deserves, or it will create a problem that may or may not lead to violence.



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