There are several myths about L.A. street life; and then there is also truth to what many say about the struggles coming up in one of America’s most flagrantly dangerous inner cities, South Central. If anybody knows the real deal, it’s LA native, Wallet Green, who’s continued to stay neutral despite growing up close to dangerous street activity and regular gang violence. Having found success with the songs, “Sitting High” and “Let Me See Something”, early in his career, Wallet released an ode to his hometown, “LA”, featuring RJ and Compton AV.In preparation of his new EP, he now laces us with his latest single, “Don’t Cha”, produced by Atlantic Records’ signee, Composer.
Right now I’m just trying get more visuals done and keep the music coming consistently. This time around I’m just looking to keep the music coming and keep the music current. I’m just at the point I just don’t want to hold anything back,” Wallet Green explained.
Watch out the video below and be on the lookout for The Green Ticket EP coming soon.
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