Spenzo's "Get Money" is a day in the life.
One rainy Chicago morning, he wakes up, kisses his mother, hangs out at the LEADERS store, and shares red cups with his friends. Pretty normal for someone his age, but his always hungry, pained voice clashes with the quotidian aspects of the video, giving the distinct sense that these moments, albeit quiet, are those which he holds sacred.
But of course, it wouldn't be a Spenzo record if he didn't flex on the rest of you rappers, to whom he feels like a "father."
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