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  • Writer's pictureNicholas Zallo

DJ Five Venoms Celebrates Success in “Laughing To The Bank”

Quick off the heels of his hit “Too Toxic”, Rolling Loud’s own DJ Five Venoms is back with his newest single “Laughing To The Bank”. The official music video takes this celebratory track to new heights. Featuring rappers Babyboyslimee and Pressure Dommer, “Laughing To The Bank”’s video pulls inspiration from films like The Transporter and the 1996 action heist film Set It Off. What people thought he couldn’t do, DJ Five Venoms did and did so successfully, leaving him laughing all the way to the bank. The police chases and action film references accurately demonstrate the speed at which things can happen in the music industry. One minute you’re feeling low and the next you’re flying higher than anyone could have imagined. But songs like “Laughing To The Bank” remind listeners to put their voices before any of the haters, because that’s who they should really be listening to.

DJ Five Venoms is best known for his involvement with one of the largest annual hip hop music festivals ‘Rolling Loud’. As the host of Sirius XM’s ‘Rolling Loud’ Radio, he has built a notable name for himself in the world of hip hop as well as the festival circuit. Recently hosting the popular ‘Loud Stream’ event as part of Twitch Halloween weekend, Five Venoms is accustomed to entertaining audiences of 1M+. Artists like DJ Five Venoms have dove head first into their prolific nature to document the emotional chaos that is 2020. Currently based in Miami, FL, the versatile producer, DJ and radio host plans to continue to release new music throughout the remainder of 2020. Singles like “Laughing To The Bank” prove his organic rise to success. And with rappers like BabyBoySlimee and Pressure Dommer on board, DJ Five Venoms is sure to resonate with a wide array of fans who live life to the fullest no matter what the haters have to say.

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