It kicks with a guitar hook that bites through the mix, and it is sharp, holding no hostages with its upfront riff. It follows a path that many of the great country tracks have already ridden but brings a new edge to the scene’s forefront, too, for good measure.
Vocally, Breeze takes influence from the likes of Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift, but she adds a unique flavour, and it creates an exceptional tone which is undoubtedly going to take Breeze to the top table. She also sings a meaningful message about not buying love and the best experiences in life.
The chorus is catchier than Fisherman bate, and it leaks reliance which is more accustomed to an artist with heaps more experience. But, Breeze Redwine proves that she does not need a backlog of smash hits to take a giant leap. Additionally, in the latter stages of ‘Money’, Breeze Redwine showcases her impressive vocal register, and she reaches high before gently taking us back down to earth.