The spiritual roots of a Baptist upbringing molded this young woman into a vocal powerhouse and eventually led to being named Houston's best vocalist in 1998 (SRO grand finalist). After years of marketing makeovers, Miss Money has settled in Houston and begun Money Talks Enterprises. The company has released Money's records in the Midwest, on the East Coast and blazed London and African radio.
Money anxiously anticipates the release of her debut, Through Hell and High Water. The album ventures through avenues of disappointment, joy, sorrow and salvation. Of the album, she states, "Lyrically, I can not be more honest. Vocally, I can't be more sincere."
Cuts include the underground classic, "I'm Tired" and the techno banger, "Neverland". If her voice is indicative of such mach speed transportation, then indeed one listen will take you to this better place...better than any place you've ever come to know.
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1. Money Talks (intro)
2. Don't Front - Money and G. Dubb
3. Touch da Flo - Willo the Wiz, Money, Recco Tusuave
4. Cook It Up (interlude) - Billy Cook
5. Sumtin Sexy - Jerry Richard, Money
6. Put Yo Handz Up - Nick Blayze, Recco Tusuave, Jayo
7. Mob La Familia - Kris Stylez, Contayjus
8. Chilled (interlude) - DJ Chill
9. Diamond or Two - Jayo, Nick Blayze, McKeeba
10. Maybe I Should Be Your New Wife - Money
11. Gutter - Jayo, Rob G, Kiko
12. Da Phatness (interlude) - Dutchboy
13. U Damn Right - Money, Baby Boy, Kris Stylez, Nick Blayze
14. Get Silly - Jayo, Dolemic
15. XTC - Jayo, Money
16. idontwannaride4dos (interlude) - Money
17. Ready for War - James Flames, Willo the Wiz, Jayo, Baby Boy
18. Family Affairs - T Lady, Money
19. 12 bars - Psycho G, Jayo
20. Repenting - Duble Deez, Money