StarMoney’s New Song Shows He’s Anything But A Catfish

the single is out now

Teaming up with Snap Capone, StarMoney has released his new single, ‘Catfish’ which debuted on GRM Daily. The video has already racked up thousands of views and lets just say… it’s… steamy.

As an artist, StarMoney is everything you see, and ‘Catfish’ is his response to all those who fake their way to the top, pretending to have lavish lifestyles on social media, when the reality is completely different.

He is a no gimmicks, no fakery and no BS person; he’s an artist looking to entertain audiences (if this video is anything to go by, it might entertain some more than others…) but his message is simple: be real.

Warning: this video is rather explicit

Catfish is about fake portrayal” says StarMoney. “Someone might pretend to be a real gangster or a rich person in flesh or on the internet but in reality that is not what they are really about.”

He is critical of those using Instagram to pretend to be someone they’re not: “nowadays there are a lot of guys out there pretending to be gangsters or rich ballers when really they are not. Instead, they fool the public by using their Instagram pretending to be someone of money and power on the streets or even off the streets and they use this act to gain status, publicity and fame”.

StarMoney has had a one of a kind route into the music industry. He’s worked his way up to become one of the most respected breeders of American Bulldogs in the country, and was one of the first breeders to introduce them into the UK.

Now he is looking to enjoy similar success in his music career by using the same principles he stands by: accepting nothing less than perfection and delivering to people exactly what he promises.

Looks like someone’s been working out despite lockdown

StarMoney may look like the all singing, all dancing rapper with the money and the girls, but he is looking to influence and inspire others, especially young people.

After lockdown StarMoney is looking to create a kid’s fun day for parents to bring out their children and socialise, play, and interact with each other, whatever their race or background.

He is determined to make the younger generation realise there is more to life than drugs, knives and gun crime. StarMoney’s own life has seen its fair share of negativity but even though he is incorporating both Trap and Drill into his sound, genres which regularly focus on the darker side of life, the aim is to send out positive messages and make a real difference.

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