Standing as one of the well-known acts on Boston’s up and coming music scene, which includes Cousin Stizz, Michael Christmas, Vintage Lee, Avenue, Deon Chase, and so much more, Jefe Replay looks to take full advantage of his turn in the limelight.
Coming through with “Foreign Exchange,” Jefe pulls up throwing elbows with quite the braggadocious attitude. One listens and you can tell, your respect isn’t being asked for, it’s being demanded. This is also a song you’ll have in your head for a while thanks to lines like, “I just left the bank, flexing them racks, I’m making deposit.”
Produced by Tee WaTT, who has quite the producer resume, working with Aminé (“REEL IT IN“), Mac Miller (“Perfecto”) & Cousin Stizz (“Lambo”) among others, “Foreign Exchange” is a track that will surely ring off in many clubs and parties as it fits effortlessly into the mosh-pit scene.
This isn’t all Jefe has in store either. The new single serves as the lead single to his upcoming project Proper Finessements which is set to impact Feb. 1st.
Until then, hit play on the new single below.