Toronto-bred rapper and entrepreneur Grabbz has a street-certified anthem on his hands with his “Toonies Loonies” single, which also doubles as a crash course on the true value of Canadian currency.
Energized by production from Buckroll, “Toonies Loonies” captures Grabbz flipping the meaning of small value coins into a call to action for his own hustle and feverish grind. He says when he heard the rolling Jazz-infused instrumental, he immediately thought of JAY-Z’s anthemic track “The Story Of O.J” and let the inspiration flow.
Speaking from his experience as a business owner of Toronto’s premiere Grabba company in Canada, Hotgrabbz, which he established in 2014, Grabbz drops off bars stressing the importance of accumulating any and every dollar in sight.
“I want your toonies, your loonies/Your nickles and dimes/I want that multi-colored paper cuz I stay on my grind,” Grabbz raps.
In addition to being featured on Master Class Radio in Canada, Grabbz single accumulated a healthy 18,00 streams on the lyric video on YouTube.
Grabbz “Toonies Loonies” follows the release of his debut single “Nasty,” which accumulated over 80,000 streams and increased his base of monthly listeners to over 14,000 followers on Spotify in under a month.
He also started off 2022 with a strong feature on Yo Gotti’s trending social media banger “Dolla fo Dolla (Remix).”
Stream “Toonies Loonies” below.