Tmone$‘s commanding presence on any given beat is undeniable. Alternating from melodic to concrete flows, the “Hood Hearts” spitter keeps it 100 as he speaks on his trials and tribulations. From being betrayed by close ones to “ballin on n-ggas just like McGrady in his prime,” Tmone$ vows to never fold. Moreover, the artist’s music often details his money-making schemes, distrust in certain individuals, and the nature of his romantic relationships.
Defining himself as a versatile musician, Tmone$ communicates effectively on trap-focused soundscapes. Likewise, this primary genre intertwines heavy basslines, R&B elements, dark tones, and a West Coast bounce. Music comes naturally to Tmone$. He decided to remain consistent with it after discovering a profound feeling from creating tunes. His creative process mirrors a similar action because the lyrics come off the dome.
One might even say Tmone$’ song, “Hood Hearts,” gains inspiration from his genuine emotions, which doesn’t need a lyrical notarization.
He continues, “The song is about how we as men must take accountability for our actions. We must keep pushing through regardless of how our wife feels at home.”
Tmone$’s latest single, “Rio Flow,” is an eerie trap offering that sonically resembles Louie Ray‘s “Cash App.” In two minutes and forty-nine seconds, the rapper drops confident bars about remaining at the top. Afterward, he warns the opps not to test his gangster. Should they oppose this, he’ll personally handle it. His lyrical ammunition is supported by an unfazed demeanor and a call to action. He then speaks about his effortless hustle tactic.
“Just made a smooth thousand, and they barely even knew,” he raps.
As “Rio Flow” continues, Tmone$ illustrates his and his day ones’ protection method. He ups the ante by taunting his haters. Then, he elaborates on his money-making mindstate.
He spits, “Walk in the bank/Uh-huh/I love that chicken smell/If a n-gga got beef I’ma cook it well.”
The song closes with Tmone$ communicating the code of conduct in both personal and business relationships. Disinterested in the “party lifestyle,” he keeps his nose to the grindstone. Every now and then, Tmone$ shows some TLC to those who truly deserve it.
Overall the rapper goes the distance to be a legendary figure in hip-hop.
He closes off his interview on this note: