YORUBA MONTANA MAKES A HEARTFELT NOTE ON NEW SINGLE, BUDGET
Yoruba Montana had his mind set to explode if he did not put his thoughts into this new single, ‘Budget’.
There are places that our words cannot reach, but music can get to and go beyond them. Yoruba Montana had his mind set to explode if he did not put his thoughts into this new single. He joins a gazillion singers all over the world who, through their music, sing their hearts out. Montana will not be boxed as an indigenous Yoruba singer alone, as his records cut across hip hop and afrobeat, which accommodate all forms of fusion.
He has long been known as a singer of reality, emotions, and consciousness who gets vulnerable in expressing his desires and fears in the studio booth. Since his debut track over 5 years ago, Montana has ranged from standard rap bars to trap, hip hop, and afro. His previous tracks like ‘Olaitan,’ ‘Black & Proud,’ and ‘Mary Pop’ buttress this variation.
Budget by Montana was made from a place of awakening, where the singer chooses to put himself above any kind of vibration that lowers his own. The song is a personal outreach to other people who share a similar overwhelming feeling. ‘Budget’ was clipped from the phrase, “soul on budget” relaying an agreement not to give in to negative energy. At the same time, it is a feel-good, funky sound that will take up a lot of space in the 2023 party scene.
Budget is a song composed from a personal and emotional place, conveying the state of mind of the singer who chooses to live life against all odds. While everyone is doing away from negative vibes, Yoruba Montana made a record as a point of reference to this course. He resonates with those who feel the same way as he does and simply put it in a song.
A song of purpose for those who have a vision and would make sure to stay aligned with it – identifies as a funky sound, for gyration, self-reflection, party at the same time, flex mode, good time and for mental upliftment.