Kenny Muney Really “Hate it There”

Kenny Muney Really “Hate it There”

With his southern swagger and relentless work ethic, Kenny Muney has worked his way to the top of the Memphis rap game. Today, the Paper Route Empire artist shows his sensitive side with “Hate It There,” the new single from his upcoming project Blue Winter. Over a gentle, melodic guitar, Kenny taps into his emotions, professing the reasons why he can treat his girl better than anyone else: “You can get ‘em both, you treat me right, you get the right and left.” In the video, Kenny spoils his girl on a lavish winter vacation, taking her shopping and leaving with a trunk full of designer clothes and jewelry before they head back to their mountain lodge.

“Hate It There” follows the recent single “Breezy” as the first glimpses of Kenny’s upcoming project Blue Winter.The project is set to build upon the money-making themes of Blue Muney (Deluxe), Kenny’s 2023 project. Released last April, the tape is home to fiery singles like the guitar-driven “Top,” the soulful intro “Muney Prayer,” and the Hitkidd-produced “In A Rush” and features guest appearances from his PRE brother Key GlockMoney ManCeo Jizzle, and KATO2X.

With Blue Winter on the way, Kenny Muney shows that he has the talent and determination to succeed in the Empire-building business. Stay tuned for more from Kenny Muney and Paper Route Empire this winter. Check out our previous coverage on Jenny Muney here.

A native of South Memphis, Kenny Muney grew up idolizing rappers like Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, and Boosie. He started rapping at age 15, developing his aggressive aesthetic and honing his deeply rhythmic flow. Kenny got his first brush with fame when he released “YTN Freestyle,” which racked up over 2.5 million YouTube views, made him a neighborhood hero, and earned airplay on local radio. He made noise in 2019 with Muney Talk, his first mixtape for PRE. In 2020, Kenny Muney connected with his mentor Young Dolph for “No Regrets,” a highlight track from Dolph’s Rich Slave (Deluxe) album. “I’m never satisfied,” says Kenny Muney. “It’s a gift and a curse. I’m always looking for the next step.” 

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