Ty Money’s Cinco de Money 4

The rap game has been watching Ty Money for years, but the rapper grabbed the world’s attention at the top of the year posing in front of Boogie Nights with a Porsche and a goat. The way Ty Money came into 2019 it was inevitable that he would be making waves and the Sibley God delivered. Yesterday, he debuted the fourth installment in his Cinco de Money saga.

Two years and a bid after its predecessor, Cinco de Money 4 sounds like Ty Money hasn’t missed a day. The 13 track effort effectively reestablishes Ty Money as one of the best and most versatile artists in the industry. One could easily assume Ty Money has taken on the task of reviving Chicago’s street rap and is successful.

Abrasive lyrics matched with narratives of street life are the cornerstone of the Cinco de Money chronicles and 4 has taken that to new heights. Cinco de Money 4 is a soundtrack for anyone elevating their position in the street or any other context for that matter.

In typical, Ty Money fashion Cinco de Money 4 is riddled with references to his beloved hometown of Harvey, shedding light on the hood, the bad and the ugly. Not only does he rap about where he’s from, Ty Money shares the wealth working with producers from the Chicagoland area as well including YF and Law Beatz. It goes without saying that he has once again teamed up RioMac, reminding the world that they are an unstoppable duo.

Ty Money’s First Day Out

Beach days, music festivals and sunshine are in no short supply and to most people that would mean summer is still in full swing. However for a lot of rappers, summer just came to a screeching halt. Chicago area rapper Ty Money was recently completed a prison sentence and today he premiered his new visual “First Day Out.”

Looking like he hasn’t missed a meal and sounding like he hasn’t missed a beat, Ty Money’s “First Day Out” is exactly what the game has been missing. With the King of Sibley finally free, the sound of the summer is certain about to change.

Produced by RioMac and visual by Toinne Tarantino “First Day Out” is evidence that Ty Money did not come to play.