Emerging R&B Boy Band Pop Money Drops New Song "Boys Don't Cry"

Emerging R&B Boy Band Pop Money Drops New Song “Boys Don’t Cry”

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Pop Money, an up-and-coming R&B boy band, has just released their latest single titled “Boys Don’t Cry.” The track is now available via Nick Cannon’s NCredible and Republic Records.

Co-produced by Nick Cannon and Koncept, “Boys Don’t Cry” explores the emotions of a lost love through a downcast ballad. The lyrics touch on the idea of seeking solace in the rain to conceal tears, accompanied by a poignant chorus that reflects the societal notion that boys should not show their emotions.

This release follows closely after their previous hit “New Drip,” a lively party track released just two weeks ago. Troy Taylor, along with Justice Riley and Indigo Sane, co-wrote and co-produced “New Drip.”

Pop Money made their debut with the single “Love More” in March, a heartwarming track celebrating the discovery of unbreakable love. Once again, Troy Taylor took on the role of producer for this captivating song.

According to Cameron, one of the members of Pop Money, their intent was to craft a timeless classic with a smooth, slow jam sound. The song’s lyrics aim to transport listeners back to the golden era of ’90s R&B.

The boy band is gearing up for the release of their debut EP in the near future. Additionally, their contribution to the Metro Boomin Presents Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse soundtrack has been gaining traction. Their track “Another Dimension” is the closing song of the deluxe edition, having already garnered over 8.6 million streams on Spotify.

Fans can enjoy Pop Money’s latest release “Boys Don’t Cry” on streaming platforms. The song reflects their dedication to crafting meaningful and relatable music that resonates with audiences.