Rising out of South Memphis with a chip on his shoulder, Kenny Muney offers no mercy to those who get on his bad side. Taking to the streets with his squad as he annihilates a Tay Keith instrumental, Kenny Muney shares “AOGG,” his new video. Tiptoeing between Tay Keith’s flute-flavored trap instrumental, “AOGG”–short for “all opps gotta go”–finds Kenny declares war on the other side, taunting them for their inadequacies before tracking them down: “Yeah these rockos here on my left wrist, yeah these diamonds here macho/Your diamonds is little, no we cannot see ’em, you yelling out ‘Polo,’ we yelling out ‘Marco.’” In the video, the Paper Route Empire emcee gathers a posse in a show of force, as they trek through the city and post up in front of the Young Dolph memorial mural.
Following in quick succession after the emotional video for “After That,” “AOGG” is the latest video from Blue Muney (Deluxe), Kenny’s new mixtape. The follow-up to last year’s Time Is Muney, Blue Muney (Deluxe) finds Kenny locking into trunk-rattling instrumentals with surgical precision, packing more flexes into his rapidfire triplets than one can count. Released in April, the tape is home to fiery singles like the guitar-driven “Top,” the soulful intro “Muney Prayer,” and the Hitkidd-produced “In A Rush.” Featuring additional production from Bandplay and more, with guest appearances from his PRE brother Key Glock, Money Man, Ceo Jizzle, and KATO2X, Blue Muney (Deluxe) is available everywhere via Paper Route Empire. Kenny Muney recently wrapped up his supporting role on Key Glock’s sold out “The Glockoma Tour.”
With Blue Muney (Deluxe), Kenny Muney shows that he has the talent and determination to succeed in the Empire-building business. Stay tuned for more from Kenny Muney and Paper Route Empire.
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