Published on March 5th, 2020 | by Jerry Doby0
Street Money Worldwide Hosts Listening Experience At Trap Music Museum For ‘In Bank We Trust’
Street Money Worldwide, the indie label started by Bankroll Fresh with his parents Terisa Price and K-rich, is pleased to announce the release of In Bank We Trust, the first full-length project to be released since his death marking its fourth anniversary. In Bank We Trust is now available on all DSPs.
To commemorate the release, Street Money Worldwide partnered with XXL to announce the coming of In Bank We Trust with a letter written and read by his mom and hosted a silent listening experience on Tuesday at Atlanta’s very own Trap Music Museum, where Bankroll is honored in the museum’s “Fallen Soldier” exhibit as well.
At the end of the night Street Money Worldwide presented Fresh’s parents with a plaque which honoring the hot boy for having garnered 500 million streams on his projects Life of a Hot Boy, Life of a Hot Boy 2: Real Trapper and Bankroll Fresh.
Festivities were hosted by Bankroll’s close friend Trinidad James and featured a live mural painting performed by Raime Chapman, headphones provided by SoundOff, music by DJ Pretty Boy Tank, food catered by Chef Marlo, and libations sponsored by Bombay Sapphire. Fans, influencers and music industry tastemakers filled every wall of the museum as they listened intently to the highly anticipated project.
The silence was interrupted only by screams of STREEEEEET from time to time as listeners meditated on the lyrics by the fallen great. Fans walked away with their musical thirst quenched as well as their bellies as all feasted on King Cone’s waffle cone delicacies filled with bang bang shrimp, blackened chicken, and salmon chipotle complimented with Bombay Mules and Bombay sunrises.
In attendance included Trouble, Bigga Rankin, Pretty Boy Tank, NuFace QuickTrip, Count Up JT, G Money, and many more.
Photo Credit: Trap Music Museum