Internet Money bounces back with their buoyant new single ‘His & Hers’

The collective of beat-masters, founded by Taz Taylor, explodes back to life with their dirtiest work to date, His & Hers.

Despite a whirlwind of standout singles and LP’s, Internet Money is clearly still finding new ways to push their bouncing tracks in different directions. A theory put into motion on their new single, His & Hers.

The collective that’s continued to dominate the hip-hop scene are back once again with the help of R&B collaborators, Gunna, Don Toliver, Lil Uzi Vert, for a track that keeps their introspective production, while leaving newfound room to breathe.

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His & Hers is littered with acoustic guitar strings and lazy high-hats that unify to create the feeling of summertime romance, with some darker subtle twists along the way.

An introspective sound from the likes of Taz, and producers Nick Mira, Alec Wigdahl, Cxdy Pharaoh Vice, that meets the maximalist hooks of Don Toliver and Lil Uzi Vert.

A labour of love, Taylor previously said that His & Hers took over 10 months to complete, repeatedly changing the tempo of the track as the music sounds better at higher BPMs than originally recorded.

Furthermore, Taylor made clear that every person who had a hand in its creation, no matter their contribution, has been credited.

His & Hers comes off the back of a standout 2020s for the artist-producer collective, who spent several weeks in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 chart with Lemonade ft. Gunna, Don Toliver & NAV, alongside Internet Money’s debut album B4 The Storm – An LP that cemented Internet Money as the ultimate left-field chart-toppers.

“We want to be everywhere. Everyone will have no choice but to get to know Internet Money,” Taylor said in a statement.

Founded by Taylor in 2015, Internet Money racked up billions of streams and dozens of plaques as ambient-leaning producers, before stepping out of the shadows as lead artists in 2020 – backed by the likes of Future, Swae Lee, Trippie Redd and Juice Wrld.

Fast forward to today, and the group is powering ahead with their second album that’s destined to have even bigger features in store, beginning with the March release of JETSKI