DIRECTOR: LunchMoney Lewis
LunchMoney Lewis, legendary Miami songwriter, producer, performer and LunchBox Records H.N.I.C. has been making some undeniable power moves for over a decade. Taking his musical gifts around the globe and showcasing them immaculately, gaining the hearts and ears of nearly every listener that encounters his highly acclaimed work. All without having to release a full body of work. How many artist have that feat on their resume?! The midas touch.
This go around, LunchMoney Lewis delivers a romantic film, sharing moments of his personal life, while also helping a young talent breakout and make his CitrusRap debut. DC’s own, Kenny Sharp, is the voice that you hear dancing on “Say I Won’t”. A premier for the ages. He gifts us with a captivating track filled with satisfaction and a devotion for the thrill. Kenny breezes through notes and runs in an epic display of vocal ability over this tranquil instrumental. In a state of music where rap is the center of attention it’s been harder every day for artists in rhythm & blues to breakout. But it has never seemed so flawless for talents such as the hit maker, LunchMoney Lewis, and a soon to be breakout artist, Kenny Sharp.
There’s nothing sweeter than being able to put a track with such great vibes on repeat, completely drowning in the sound and not realizing that you’ve played it almost a hundred times without a break. Except being able to put this very song on repeat while you’re with your significant other, setting an inescapable mood. An eternal love letter and psalm of life, all in one.
Directed by LunchMoney, himself. “Say I Won’t” was edited by the musical genius on a train from London to Paris and answers the age old question, what do you get the man who has everything? The answer is Love.
A track of this quality and magnitude will sure to have current and newly obtained fans practically begging for a project from LML. And maybe even build up a possibility to petition for a collaborative project from LunchMoney and Kenny Sharp (hopeful wishing), being that they just showed and proved the magical combo that they both make. But whether or not, “Say I Won’t” is definite a hit. Hands down. We over at CitrusRap urge you to not only keep this joint playing, but to stay on the look out for what LunchMoney Lewis has to offer in the future. Surely it will be nothing short of greatness.