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One Week Later, Ea$y Money Is Still The Motive (Audio)

Bars come easy for Ea$y Money as the Show Off recording artist unloads a brand new single just one week removed from the release of his album, The Motive Of Nearly Everybody, Yo. The aptly-titled "One Week Later" conjures a looming Boom-Bap production from Billy Loman, allowing the Haverhill MC... Read more

Statik Selektah & Termanology’s Protege Ea$y Money Gets A DJ Premier-Produced Single (Video)

DJ Premier's connection to ShowOff Records runs deep. While Statik Selektah has been on the boards for some recent Premo greatness (see: Fat Joe's "(Thank God For) That White"), the Gang Starr giant has returned the favor, producing some scorchers for REKS and Termanology. A longtime ST.Records product, Term's right-hand... Read more

All I Got is Styles P, Action Bronson & Ea$y Money Going to Work on a Statik Selektah Track (Audio)

Styles P, Action Bronson and Ea$y Money get busy on a Statik Selektah throwback track. Check out All I Got. Related: Styles P – Manson Murder (Remix) ft N.O.R.E. & Chris Rivers (aka Baby Pun) (Video)... Read more

Termanology – Bars for Days ft Nitty Scott, MC and Ea$y Money

Termanology picked a bold cover for his new project, with a nod to Kane's classic. His first single from the forthcoming Hood Politics 7. Check out "Bars for Days" featuring Nitty Scott, MC and Ea$y Money. Related: Lil Fame & Termanology (Fizzyology) – Hustler’s Ringtone ft Bun B (Video)... Read more

1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) – Too Long ft Ea$y Money (Video)

Statik Selektah & Termanology (1982) dropped their new album 2012 yesterday. Here's the latest video from the project. Check out Too Long featuring Ea$y Money. Click here to buy 2012. Related: Statik Selektah & Termanology discusses their earliest musical influences (Video)... Read more

Here's another hot one from 1982 (Statik Selektah and Termanology) ft Ghetto and Ea$y Money. This one's called Shut it Down (Virgin MegaStore Boys) ft Ghetto and Ea$y Money.

Statik Selektah's track features a nice flip of one of Chante Moore's quiet storm classics as one of the samples.  For more on 1982, including a free EP, click here. And, here's the Chante Moore (and Keith Washington) song that was chopped (and sped) up quite nicely. .... Read more