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Oftentimes when an artist creates a hit in a group environment, it can be difficult for them to break out to do their own thing. Of course there are plenty of success stories throughout music’s history; however Hip Hop artists transitioning from group to solo artist seem to have a lot of challenges to overcome. J-Money knows the struggles of both working alone and in a group. His 2006 duo effort with Cadillac Don, Look At Me, spawned the hit “Peanut Butter & Jelly,” In 2008, J-Money began his solo career. His single “I’M BALLIN” featuring Rick Ross tore up the streets, and his album (My Life”Check Me Out”) sold nearly 10,000 units under Fontana Distribution and 35*35 Entertainment. Now, in 2011, J-Money is back with three new smash singles, “Rose’ & Purp” featuring Howard Boy & Camden, “Over the Top” feat American Idolist Jasmine Murray, and “Trap Money, Rap Money” feat Big Fruit of Konvikt Music & Soufside. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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