Chingy first rose to fame in 2003 with Top 40 hits like Right Thurr and Holidae Inn. Signed to Ludacris’ label, Disturbing Tha Peace, Chingy left in 2004, claiming he was not properly compensated. After forming his own label, Slot-A-Lot, Chingy went on to sign his cousin, Young Spiffy, and released 2006’s “Hoodstar”. The “Balla Baby” has since re-joined the label he gained success on - and if the title of his first single since reuniting with DTP is any indicator, Chingy is no longer disputing finances. With the catchy, radio-friendly song Make That Money, Chingy is likely to do just that.
Written by Beeb on 05/7/07
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