Latrell James’ “The Mentality” Signifies Money Talks

Latrell James rebounds from his project release of Twelve with “The Mentality”. The Bostonian is now creating non-conceptual music in the mean time. “The Mentality” is situated around the topic of money. James utilizes a simplistic production to portray a deep conversation surrounding the power of chasing paper.

His artwork mimics the primetime classic  Friends. The characters are made anonymous, as if it promotes an underlying image of fake loyalty and currency?

Constant repetition of “When that money dialing in, I should go” is in perfect sync with the ringing beat. LJ touches on topics of materialism, addiction and survival.

This track will make you think about your relationship to money on a deeper level.


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