LunchMoney also released his debut EP “Bills,” in April, executive produced by Wallpaper’s Ricky Reed showcasing the range of the charismatic artist’s diverse talents.
Charismatic Kemosabe/Columbia recording artist LunchMoney Lewis premiered his new video, “Ain’t Too Cool” on Complex. The irresistible song, which features LunchMoney iMessaging and flaunting some epic moves with the Octogenarian set, is now on VEVO. The music video stars Helen Van Winkle, known to most as Baddie Winkle, who at 87 is possibly one of the most captivating personalities on social media with 2 million Instagram followers. The song was also part of EA Sports Madden NFL 16’s soundtrack rollout this summer.
A talented songwriter, Lewis co-wrote the track “End Of The Day” on the latest One Direction album, Made In The A.M. He wrote “Ain’t Too Cool” with a host of collaborators, including Dr. Luke (Lukasz Gottwald), Eric Frederic, Henry Walter, J Kash (Jacob Kasher Hindlin), Brian Logan Dales, and John Gomez.
The Miami native rocketed from in-demand collaborator to full-fledged solo artist by hatching “Bills” with Ricky Reed and songwriter/collaborator J Kash (“Sugar” by Maroon 5, among others). His pre-“Bills” resume is filled with high-profile freelance collaborations, from creating local Miami mixtape hits to breakout marquee collaborations with Nicki Minaj (The Pinkprint’s “Trini Dem Girls,” which Lunch is also featured on), as well as contributing to Fifth Harmony (the gold-certified “Bo$$”) and the aforementioned Jessie J (“Burnin’ Up” featuring 2 Chainz) with Reed. Known in production circles as a creative production partner early on, it was hip hop icon Salaam Remi who gave him the moniker “LunchMoney.”