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Fèroce and Just Isaiah Team Up For New Single

Get To The Money,’ a cleverly worded new single from Fèroce and Just Isaiah, is out now. It is Hip hop at its best, and it offers a novel take on rap, with the London trailblazers nailing it right away.

The key themes of discussion are hope, optimism, and success, and the two describe how they will go to any length to obtain the goal. They dig deep, and their expertise and skills enable them to deliver a powerful message! It doesn’t feel rushed or false, and it’s a genuine reflection of their thoughts.

Both musicians are innovative rappers with a distinct tone that is refreshingly striking compared to other artists in the same arena. Also, Fèroce and Just Isaiah stay away from a typical tale to capture the contemporary mood, and it pays well. They also don’t invent the wheel. Instead, they use a sound that is already well-known in today’s hip-hop. On the other hand, the beat provides a unique and encouraging direction, and it gives the rappers a new edge that will undoubtedly propel them up the echelon.

Overall, Fèroce and Just Isaiah focus on their abilities and newly discovered ideals. It’s also more than just a hip hop delivery; it’s inspirational and motivational music for folks who have lofty ambitions. Will it, however, be enough to secure their place in the 2021 hip hop history books?

You can take a listen to this new single here.

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