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Cash Money

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Chopper City In The Ghetto
... released April 20, 1999, on Cash Money Records and also spawned the top 40 hit "Bling Bling" ... production by Mannie Fresh and appearances by the Hot Boys, Big Tymers, and other Cash Money representatives ... United States, making it B.G.'s best selling album of his solo career, and with Cash Money Records ...
Baller Blockin' (soundtrack)
... Baller Blockin is a soundtrack by the Cash Money Millionaires, released September 12, 2000, on Cash Money Records ... The soundtrack features the main members of Cash Money Records which are, Baby, Mannie Fresh, Juvenile, B.G ...
Jay Sean - Life and Career - 2007–09: My Own Way and All or Nothing
... with the American hip-hop oriented record label Cash Money Records distributed via Universal Republic Records making him the first male British Asian singer to sign with an American label ... was in America for the first time since signing with Cash Money, he announced through an interview with MTV IGGY that he was recording five new songs for his album, then titled My Own Way. 2010, Kevin Rudolf's single "I Made It (Cash Money Heroes)", featured Jay Sean alongside Birdman and Lil Wayne, was released ...
Cash Money
... Cash money could refer to one of the following DJ Cash Money, a Philadelphia-based hip hop DJ ... Money, the financial currency ... The usage "cash money" sometimes disambiguates printed currency from other non-physical financial instruments ...
Ace Hood - Career - 2012: Signing To Cash Money
... He starts the year 2012 by collaborating with Cash Money Records artist Bow Wow on a song called "We Going Hard" ... Ace will be recording his fourth studio album under We The Best Cash Money ...

Famous quotes containing the words money and/or cash:

    I am willing, for a money consideration, to test this physical strength, this nervous force, and muscular power with which I’ve been gifted, to show that they will bear a certain strain. If I break down, if my brain gives way under want of sleep, my heart ceases to respond to the calls made on my circulatory system, or the surcharged veins of my extremities burst—if, in short, I fall helpless, or it may be, dead on the track, then I lose my money.
    Ada Anderson (1860–?)

    Lora May: Did you ever stop to think, Porter, that in over three years there’s one word we’ve never said to each other, even in fun.
    Porter: To you, I’m a cash register. You can’t love a cash register.
    Lora May: And I’m part of your inventory. You can’t love that either.
    Joseph L. Mankiewicz (1909–1993)