LunchMoney Lewis has another infectious cut for fans to enjoy. Earlier this month, the Miami multi-talent teamed up with Trinidad James for “Don’t Stop,” a Thomas Troelsen-produced effort that sees the artists getting the ladies ready for a proper celebration of sorts:
“Damn, girl you got ass, kinda hard to get past, got that short dress on but damn, girl, you got class, car got two-hundred on the dash, champagne all up in your glass, I got some weed up in the cut, let’s roll one up, smoke a lil’ hash, take the stress of your mind, girl, you all type of fine, fine like you 1999, two nickels on my side, one dime, I don’t care if we’re leavin’ now, or a little later, I know the clock is tickin’ down, so shake it, baby, tick-tick, tick-tick, tick-tick, boom…”
A bonafide recording artist in his own right, LunchMoney Lewis first broke through the proverbial ceiling with the hit record “Bills,” which both charted and earned different plaques all over the world back in 2015. That single also appeared on Lewis’ debut EP of the same name. Last year then saw his second EP Songs in the Key of Quarantine, which boasted songs with perfectly-timed titles like “Toilet Paper” and “Quarantine Blues.” Currently, he’s said to be working on his forthcoming full-length effort A Good Time For No Reason, which may or may not include the adultery anthem “Cheat.” Outside of his own work, Lewis has also continued to provide his production and writing expertise on songs like Saweetie’s “Tap In,” Austin Mahone’s “You Got Me,” Yo Gotti’s “Wish List,” H.E.R.’s “Process,” 9lokkNine’s “Face Alligator,” Skip Marley and Popcaan’s “Vibe,” and Rich The Kid and Lil Wayne’s “Admit It.”
Press play on LunchMoney Lewis and Trinidad James’ “Don’t Stop” below.