Bournemouth Newcomer Jaish Returns With Nostalgic “Money Money” Drop

Elle Evans

By Elle Evans

Elle Evans

12 May 2021

The Bournemouth-based newcomer Jaish has returned with the visuals to his brand new nostalgic drop named “Money Money”.

Taking inspiration from the likes of Loyle Carner, Sainte, and Joey Badass, Jaish has formed a distinct sound that weaves nostalgic elements in with contemporary genres in order to create a lane of his own. Returning with “Money Money”, this track encapsulates exactly that. Layered over a jazz-like and melodic instrumental, Jaish strings introspective and slick bars throughout as he glides effortlessly atop. Proving why he is one to watch, make sure you give “Money Money” a spin!

Speaking on the single, Jaish commented; “I took inspiration for Money Money from my love for Joey Badass’ track ‘Paper Trails’, and the message that the song puts across. The fact that money doesn’t bring happiness, although it seems to be the one thing everyone chases, seems to be an interesting concept to me, and I think it’s great to have a conscious perspective on the fact that money isn’t everything. Although I strive to be successful and rich to provide for my friends and family, I also strive to find happiness in other aspects of life, which in my opinion are of more importance than the figure in the bank”

Watch the visuals for “Money Money” above.