Pittsburgh’s musical landscape is once again illuminated by the rising star, HG Profit, who has returned with a resounding impact. The recent music video for HG Profit’s latest single, “Money Mitch,” has taken the digital realm by storm, surpassing a remarkable milestone of over 100,000 views on YouTube within just 7 days of its release.
“Money Mitch” is more than just a song—it’s a sonic homage to a character that resonates with the artist. Based on the persona of Money Mitch from the movie “Paid in Full,” HG Profit’s song draws inspiration from this affluent drug dealer. The lyrics encapsulate the artist’s journey of hustling through various jobs and ventures to amass wealth, embodying the spirit of Money Mitch himself.
The music video, a visual masterpiece, serves as the perfect complement to the song’s narrative. Shot across a diverse range of locations including a construction site, a bodega, and a barber shop, the video encapsulates the multifaceted essence of HG Profit’s journey. Much of the footage was captured in the heart of Homewood, PA, where the artist’s roots run deep. The bodega scene unfolds along the iconic Frankstown Avenue, while the barber shop spotlight shines on “Gentleman’s Fade” in Verona.
Directed by Gray Cloud Media and set against the backdrop of HG Profit’s dynamic track, the video mirrors the artist’s journey with vivid storytelling. The synergy between visuals and lyrics creates an immersive experience, further solidifying the impact of “Money Mitch.”
As HG Profit continues to carve his path in the music industry, the explosive success of “Money Mitch” serves as a testament to his ability to captivate audiences and make his mark. With every view, the song’s reach grows, amplifying the resonance of his storytelling and further cementing his status as a Pittsburgh rising star.