Today, December 14th, recording artist, DJ and award-winning actor Balthazar Getty, now musically “Balt” Getty, has released his new single and music video for “Money” featuring Nevveand Devante. CLICK HERE to watch. Check out the first look on Forbes and tune into KTLA at 9am PST to watch Balt discuss the track, upcoming music and more. The luxury-anthem illuminates the expanse of Getty’s sound and vision between a glitchy beat as Balt and Devante trade bars as Nevve’s voice strikes pure gold on the hypnotic hook, “Getting it for free, even though I got my money.” The music video shows Getty in his element, curating memories and experiences, and spinning at nightclubs across the country with his entourage while quenching his thirst for life’s greatest luxury: inspiring others and spreading happiness.
“When we first put it on, people were instantly moving and smiling,” Getty says on the new track. “No matter their gender or age, they felt it. It’s in the spirit of Bob Marley’s ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Alright’ in that respect. Devante did his thing, and Nevve added this incredible vocal. It’s there to make everyone dance and feel good. It’s ‘Money‘. “
The multi-talent that is Balt Getty has a wealth of creativity that has continually flourished since he starred in the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Lord of The Flies and “sold his first beat for a bag of weed” at 15-years-old. His career has since twisted and turned from starring roles in David Lynch classics like Lost Highway and the 2017 resurrection of Twin Peaks to countless DJ gigs around the globe and a string of music releases. Moreover, his visionary collective Purple Haus Music ignited collaborations for everyone from rap legends Wu-Tang Clan to Latin superstar Asdru Sierra. This year, Getty released the banger “Porsche,“ followed by “Retail Therapy” [feat. Devante], which attracted Riff Raff for its official remix. CLICK HERE to stream.
Son of German artist Gisela Getty and Paul Getty III of the well-known Getty dynasty, the Los Angeles-born and raised maverick pushes buttons, triggers responses, and provokes reactions with every project as he transforms any platform into a canvas for the sort of artistic mischief that raises eyebrows, piques curiosity, and engenders fascination, maybe even a little obsession. It also makes him a hard-to-peg enigma, bobbing and weaving past expectations and blazing a trail of his own.