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Nahom proves you’re never really that broke on this track produced by Tay Lewis, S.L.M.N. & Golden Boy

Toronto, ON – Yesterday Toronto artist Nahom unleashed a brand new single on us titled “Broke?”.

Featuring one of the most insane lists of production credits of all time, the track was co-produced by Tay Lewis, S.L.M.N., and Golden Boy. So obviously the track is a straight banger.

Nahom dives deep in on this one as he reminisces back to the days where he was broke. But in hindsight, Nahom realizes that he wasn’t as broke as he thought he was. Because even though he may not have had a lot of money in the bank, he had hope and he had his heart in the music.

Wealth is often misunderstood as a simple accumulation of money. And people always forget that wealth is something you need to have in all areas of your life. It’s much more of an emotional thing, as opposed to a financial thing. Which is why I love how this song’s title is “Broke?” – with a question mark. Because everything you know is (probably) a lie, and even if your wallet is empty you may actually have much more going for you than the guy with the paper.

Nahom proves you're not broke as you think on this new track produced by Tay Lewis, S.L.M.N. & Golden Boy - HipHopCanada.com


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