DJ Scratch Masta – 'Money' ft. Ice Prince, Orezi, Pinky Jay

Scratch Masta is known for several hits performances in the city where his unique flow and mix on the turntable keeps fans wanting more on the dance floor.

 

Victorist Media team up with DJ Scratch Masta on this new tune ‘Money’ featuring Africa’s best Ice Prince Zimani, Orezi, and Pinky Jay.

He has a lot in throughout his career as a DJ and now has made the transformation to an Afro pop artist. His first official single ‘Money’ produced by Bonesnackberry, will make you crave for more.

Let us know how you feel after listening to “Money” by sharing your crew experience with Scratch Masta on social media with the hash tag #MoneyMakeISpray.

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