LoeBaby enlists Shawty Fresh & Bandplay for Bankroll Fresh tribute song

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Although Atlanta artist Bankroll Fresh was unfortunately murdered back in 2016, his name and legacy lives on. LoeBaby is the latest artist to release a tribute song to the slain rapper titled “Bankroll” produced by Bankroll’s longtime music producer, Shawty Fresh and Tennessee music producer, Bandplay who has helped shape Young Dolph’s and Key Glock’s sounds lately. 

“Bankroll” is an upbeat vibe where LoeBaby raps, “I’m Pull up James Bond The Jag”. When asked about the inspiration behind the record, LoeBaby mentions that he got his bankroll out of the streets and Bankroll Fresh represented the streets. 

LoeBaby also released “Grinding” just last week and is releasing “Lil Ones” June 1st dedicated to his twins. 

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Montana Da Mac talks hiatus from music, Get Rich Clique with Bankroll Fresh, Gucci’s work ethic in the early 2000s

Montana Da Mac is an artist from East Atlanta. He is known for his hit records “Rock On” with DJ Unk and “Girls Gone Wild” with Stuey Rock. He got his start in the early 2000s as a member of the Get Rich Clique with Bankroll Fresh and they produced “Bunny Hop” which allowed them to tour as teenagers in Highschool. In a new episode of The Progress Report Podcast, Montana Da Mac speaks on his come up in the music industry, attending almost every Highschool in Atlanta, bad contracts, the status of his relationship with Gucci Mane, his intimate relationship with Bankroll Fresh, and his upcoming project, ‘The Other One’. 

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DJ P Exclusivez speaks on Canada roots, Big Stacksss memory loss, and unreleased music with Bankroll Fresh

DJ P Exclusivez is a mixtape DJ and music producer from Canada. He has over 300 mixtapes to his name and started at age 15. In a virtual edition of Conversations with Lalaa, DJ P Exclusivez shares how he was influenced by BET, met artists on MySpace, has unreleased music with Bankroll Fresh, Yung LA, Zaytoven, Big Stacksss, and living in Canada through COVID.  

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Rilow speaks on Street Execs history, Bankroll Fresh, 2 Chainz Pink Trap House controversy & Parking Lot Concerts

Rilow is a jack of all trades in the music industry and represents Atlanta based marketing and management company, Street Execs. In a recent interview on The Progress Report Podcast, Rilow breaks down the history of Street Execs, their roster (past and present) including Travis Porter, 2 Chainz, Bankroll Fresh, Young Dolph, Trouble, Skooly, Sleepy Rose, Jose Guapo, Johnny Cinco, Cee-O, and Shawty Fresh, the 2 Chainz Pink Trap House controversy, launching the Parking Lot Concert, and raising 5 kids. 

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2-17 introduces DY Kingz, addresses interviewing No Plug after Bankroll Fresh murder, giving his life to God

DY Kingz are a group of 4 brothers who rap and dance. They have danced for the likes of Lil Keed, Lil Got It, Lil Baby, Stunna 4 Vegas, Da Baby, and Foogiano. In a new episode of The Progress Report Podcast, DY Kingz discusses being the voice for the youth and making good music without curse words. A veteran guest, 2-17 also speaks on meeting DY Kingz, coming into the industry as a camera man for the likes of 21 Savage and Yung Mal prior to being a music producer, and regrets regarding Bankroll fresh. 

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Street Money Worldwide Hosts Listening Experience At Trap Music Museum For “In Bank We Trust”

Street Money Worldwide, the indie label started by Bankroll Fresh with his parents Terisa Price and K-rich, is pleased to announce the release of In Bank We Trust, the first full-length project to be released since his death marking its fourth anniversary. In Bank We Trust is now available on all DSPs. Stream and download the project here.

To commemorate the release, Street Money Worldwide partnered with XXL to announce the coming of In Bank We Trust with a letter written and read by his mom and hosted a silent listening experience on Tuesday at Atlanta’s very own Trap Music Museum, where Bankroll is honored in the museum’s “Fallen Soldier” exhibit as well. 
At the end of the night Street Money Worldwide presented Fresh’s parents with a plaque which honoring the hot boy for having garnered 500 million streams on his projects Life of a Hot Boy, Life of a Hot Boy 2: Real Trapper and Bankroll Fresh.

Festivities were hosted by Bankroll’s close friend Trinidad James and featured a live mural painting performed by Raime Chapman, headphones provided by SoundOff, music by DJ Pretty Boy Tank, food catered by Chef Marlo, and libations sponsored by Bombay Sapphire. Fans, influencers and music industry tastemakers filled every wall of the museum as they listened intently to the highly anticipated project.

The silence was interrupted only by screams of STREEEEEET from time to time as listeners meditated on the lyrics by the fallen great. Fans walked away with their musical thirst quenched as well as their bellies as all feasted on King Cone’s waffle cone delicacies filled with bang bang shrimp, blackened chicken, and salmon chipotle complimented with Bombay Mules and Bombay sunrises.
In attendance included Trouble, Bigga Rankin, Pretty Boy Tank, NuFace QuickTrip, Count Up JT, G Money, and many more.

Photo Credit: Trap Music Museum

The 12-track offering of In Bank We Trust gives us nothing short of the “hot boy” energy we’ve been missing. The project features production from hitmakersD.RichDrum SectionShawty Fresh, G Money, and Jayell and guest appearances from BoosieStreet Money BoochieQuicktripPersonaQuesand Bankroll’s cousin Countup JT.

Street Money Boochie Talks Bankroll Fresh, ‘In Bank We Trust’ Album and Delay, & Continuing A Legacy [The Progress Report]

Street Money Boochie is a rapper from Summerhill, Zone 3 of Atlanta, GA. He is also known for being the late, Bankroll Fresh’s cousin and business partner. In a new interview on The Progress Report Podcast, Boochie talks Bankroll Fresh’s album, ‘In Bank We Trust’ getting his name from Bankroll’s mom, working with Timbaland, and details how Street Money Worldwide began. 

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Bankroll Fresh – In Bank We Trust [Album]

The fourth anniversary of his death, Bankroll Fresh‘s posthumous album In Bank We Trust has been released today.

The 12-track offering of In Bank We Trust gives us nothing short of the “hot boy” energy we’ve been missing. The project features production from hitmakers D.Rich, Drum Section, Shawty Fresh, G Money and Jayell and guest appearances from Boosie, Street Money BoochieQuicktripPersona, Ques, DJ Pretty Boy Tank and Bankroll’s cousin Countup JT.

Street Money Worldwide was beginning to find success when Bankroll Fresh‘s life was taken having released two (2) Top 10 charting singles: “Walked In,” featuring Street Money Boochie and Travis Porter which peaked at number 7 on the Billboard “Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles” chart in 2015 and “All There,” featuring T.I. and Spodee which peaked at number six (6) on the “Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles” chart in 2016. 

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Street Money Worldwide Presents Bankroll Fresh’s Posthumous Album, ‘In Bank We Trust,’ On March 4th

Street Money Worldwide, the indie label started by Bankroll Fresh with his parents, is pleased to announce a celebration of his life with the posthumous release of In Bank We Trust, his very first studio album debut and the first full project since his death marking its four-year anniversary. In Bank We Trust will be available on all DSPs on Wednesday, March 4th.

Street Money Worldwide was beginning to find success when Bankroll Fresh‘s life was taken having released two (2) Top 10 charting singles: “Walked In,” featuring Street Money Boochie and Travis Porter which peaked at number 7 on the Billboard “Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles” chart in 2015 and “All There,” featuring T.I. and Spodee which peaked at number six (6) on the “Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles” chart in 2016. 

In preparation for the release of In Bank We Trust, the family-oriented label Street Money Worldwide, helmed by Bankroll Fresh‘s parents Terisa Price and K. Rich, will host a silent listening experience including a live mural painting performed by Raime Chapman at Trap Music Museum tomorrow, Tuesday, March 3rd 2020 at 7:00PM hosted by Bankroll’s close friend Trinidad James.

Trap Music Museum is the perfect location to celebrate as the museum pays homage to Bankroll Fresh within its fallen soldier’s exhibit. In addition, upon his death Tip wrote an Instagram tribute to Bankroll stating, “I know death is apart of life but it seems so unfair to snatch somebody before they got to begin to reach their potential & change they life.”
Bankroll Fresh’s mom expresses her sentiment by writing a heartfelt letter where she addresses the fans by saying, “As long as his spiritual body operates in harmony, he is still alive. Still making his mark on world and still carving out a legacy that makes me proud to call him my son, LONG LIVE BANKROLL!”

The 12-track offering of In Bank We Trust gives us nothing short of the “hot boy” energy we’ve been missing. The project features production from hitmakers D.Rich, Drum Section, Shawty Fresh, G Money and Jayell and guest appearances from Boosie, Street Money BoochieQuicktripPersona, Ques and Bankroll’s cousin Countup JT.

IN BANK WE TRUST TRACKLIST

1.   Mind Body and Soul
2.   Extra
3.   Quarter Million
4.   Feel Me Feat. Countup JT
5.   Touch Feat Persona
6.   Million Up Feat Boosie
7.   Understand
8.   Loyalty Is Real
9.   See Me Feat Street Money Boochie
10.  Playing Wit A check
11.  Right On feat Quicktrip
12.  Confessions Feat Ques 

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