P MONEY AND WHINEY FORM A TEAM TO BRING US SELF-DIRECTED “SORRY I’M NOT SORRY” VISUALS
P Money, the infamous grime legend, teams up with Whiney, the drum & bass inventor, on Hospital Records. This mix of sounds is destined to ignite the world of bass music like never before, having signed to the south London drum & bass authority for an exciting album project on the horizon. P Money’s lyrics combined with Whiney’s creative energy is going to conquer the world of drum & bass and beyond as one of the most exciting collaborations to hit the scene unfolds…
Regardless of tempo or style, the duo has carved out its own niche. P Money has gained legendary reputation in the grime culture since his early 2000s debut, having previously collaborated with Dizzee Rascal, Ocean Wisdom, Giggs, D Double E, and Lady Leshurr. Since then, he’s been the brains behind innumerable songs including ‘Shook,’ ‘Dubsteppin,’ and ‘Lamborghini (feat. KSI),’ as well as delivering flows into the dance music world for Wilkinson, Friction, and Magnetic Man during the last decade, and more recently joining up with Kanine. “When I was a kid, my mother used to listen to jungle a lot, so I already had that in me before I was even writing,” he says, describing his musicality and flow as “deeply rooted in the genre.”
Whiney’s MC associations are also self-explanatory. Whiney has a long number of vocal collaborations under his credit with a string of some of the best MCs, including Subten on his original grime and drum & bass infusion ‘Headlines,’ which is on the verge of 1 million listens, Parly B, Ben Verse, Truthos Mufasa… And now P Money himself, as their debut single ‘Buss The Red’ ushers in a new era for Hospital Records!
Prepare for a barrage of high-octane live concerts and releases as the combo redefines the relationship between MC and producer. Let the P Money x Whiney story begin!
The ultimate pair P Money and Whiney have upped the heat by teaming on the new tune “Sorry I’m Not Sorry,” like a match to fire.
P Money of Grime and Whiney of Drum & Bass are no strangers, having previously collaborated on “Buss It Red.”
Check out the videos above for the new single, which is a wonderful blend of P Money’s diverse lyricism and Whiney’s production energy.