Unfurling his first single of the year, Feed Me has made his Monstercat debut with explosive new track, “Money Destiny.” Following the emotive YOSIE-assisted, “Little Space” and Sam Calver-supported “Nothing Hurts Like You,” the British producer’s latest endeavor finds a return to electro suffused by high energy. “Money Destiny” marks the first of a few Monstercat releases to come, as noted by Feed Me. The “One Click Headshot” innovator unveiled his 10-track studio album High Street Creeps in 2019.
Enveloped by signature hard-hitting electro, “Money Destiny” journeys through an array of electrifying synths, glitchy production, and rhythmic breakbeats. Driven by robotic dictation that intros with the phrase “opulence is the aesthetic of abundance,” the track embodies a political perspective that Feed Me himself remarks is derived from the “trappings of rampant capitalism and stuff.”
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