Moneyface Peso briefly pressed pause on his money-making endeavors with Bandman Kevo to join forces with Renni Rucci for the remix of his recent single.
Dripped in Galery Dept. garments and VVS-clarity diamonds, both Moneyface Peso and Renni Rucci are showcasing their superior hustle and flow in the GeekedTV-directed visual for Peso’s “Hell Ya (Remix)’ video.
No matter in the graffiti-covered streets of Miami or the packed-out nightclubs, or in exclusive studios, Moneyface Peso stands out and shines bright as his high and tight lyricism tells the story of his ambition. “Got a call from my n-gga/He say he got another load/He letting em’ go for 14/I’m selling em’ for 24,” Peso raps on the thumping record.
Since emerging in 2020 with his debut single “Victory (Booyah)” Moneyface Peso has risen within the ranks quickly and become a breakthrough artist to watch. In 2021 Moneyface Peso’s stock in the rap game drastically increased upon the release of his eight-song project If I Said It, I Lived It.
Moneyface Peso has also become a close affiliate of rapper and entrepreneur Bandman Kevo, who he initially paid $15K last year to join his business mentorship program — which Peso says helped him make over $100K in under a year. In a recent interview of his own, Bandman Kevo confirmed the story, revealing that his mentorship fee is now $75K and that Moneyface Peso is a “Monster,” when it comes to making money and has likely made closer to $200K throughout their short friendship.
In addition to the video, Moneyface Peso also recently delivered his hard-hitting “Still Gotta Plug,” single. Moneyface Peso has maintained a consistent campaign of releases all-year-long, recently delivering his Fattymacc-assisted single “100 Pack,” back in September.
Watch the full visual for “Hell Ya” below.