I can describe Rasta Ren as a light and inspiration to the reggae and dancehall worlds. He is a genre-bending sensation with a distinct voice and always comes through with beautiful lyrics wound into meaningful stories that resonate on a personal level with so many listeners. With his positive music, which is more often than not accompanied by infectious beats, he invites listeners to share their hopes, dreams, and trials. He is dancehall music’s best-kept secret and has been blending his Jamaican roots with his current American influences for refreshingly captivating music whose limitations only exist in the listener’s mind. Taking inspiration from some of his favorite artists, such as Bob Marley, Vybz Kartel, and Sizzla and finding his own creative footing on the foundation they laid, he is indeed on a meteoric rise to stardom.
He is back with a brilliant and empowering anthem dubbed “Money a Make” that was inspired by that go-getter mindset that revolves around chasing money, creating, and growing wealth. This track is delivered from the perspective of someone aiming to be a billionaire and also maintain their status, serving as a blueprint for success.
Stealing the spotlight with his witty flows and thought-provoking lyrics in between memorable hooks, Rasta showcases such rap brilliance, shooting straight in a track that directly addresses its subject matter.
The beat is infectious and modern, a seamless fit to Rasta’s masterful flows as his emotive vocals accentuate the weight of his words.
Embrace a billionaire mindset and unlock your potential. Listen and let Rasta take you on a motivational journey to success and refuel your energy and drive to want better for yourself because that’s what achievers do.
What I can assure you is that you will be touched by the track’s positive tone and rhythmic flow, connecting with it on a profound level as you also feel challenged to do better for yourself because you too deserve some of that good life.
To add “Money a Make” to your playlist, follow the link below and savor the lyrics, rhythm, and melody as much as the affirmative words.