With his debut album, Crazee & Confuzed, newcomer Stack$ is carrying on his family’s legacy of music. Although he comes from a successful background – his father managed Sly and The Family Stone – he says his parents have kept him grounded. “Money for me in hip hop is both a gift and a curse,” says Stack$. “Pops taught me that my ‘self worth’ is more important than my ‘net worth.” Still, he wasn’t shy rapping about finances on his first single, Money Ova Here, featuring Lil’ Wayne. With a big, booming chorus, this single’s catchy beat is sure to get stuck in your head.
Written by Beeb on 04/2/07
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"Whatever It Takes ft. Melody" (2007)
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