We finally decided to pay a tribute to one of our favorite team , The Money Boss Players from the South BX. We put together their main joints from the Ghetto Chronicles era to the recent BMG materials... 1 Hour of concentrate BX flavas dropped by The Bronx Bombers, hosted by Eddie Cheeba & Bago...
EDDIE CHEEBA & BAG-O (BOSS MONEY) Intro
MBP : Bronx Niggas
MBP : Games
MBP : Players Pinnacle
MBP : Area Code 212
P BROTHERS, SADAT X, EDDIE CHEEBA & G.S. : Come On Down
BOSS MONEY, SADAT X & BIG MEGA : If You Thuging
MINNESOTA, BOSS MONEY & JUNIOR M.A.F.I.A. : Guap
P BROTHERS & BOSS MONEY : Blam Blam For Nottingham
MBP : Crap Game
MBP : Gunplay
BOSS MONEY & MINNESOTA : Dat Shit
MBP : Walk With A Limp
SADAT X, MBP & SHA SHA : Games's Sober
MBP : Saturday Night, Sunday Morning
P BROTHERS & BOSS MONEY : Boss Money Gangsters
SADAT X, BOSS MONEY & GS : Shine
Here is a shortview of the affair, for those who are born after 1990:
The MONEY BOSS PLAYERS, originated from the South Bronx and gained fame and recognition throughout the 1990's (with hits from members like LORD TARIQ "Deja vu (Uptown Anthem)" and super producer MINNESOTA and collaborations with artists like NOTORIOUS B.I.G., SADAT X, KURUPT, BIG PUN and many others. Releasing the critically acclaimed "Gheddo Chronicles" in 1994, Boss Money began to move from South Bronx/NYC Hip Hop greats to world wide recognition. As some of the members of the group branched off into solo careers, Eddie Cheeba and Bago kept the Money Boss Players core audience satisfied by bringing their group, BOSS MONEY, to the forefront of South Bronx and New York City Hip Hop. Appearing on numerous mixtapes, major and indie albums and video shows, BOSS MONEY has continued to cater to their core audience, the streets, and has watched their fan base grow and spread to Japan, the UK and throughout Europe.
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Don't forget to cop the BOSS MONEY: 'Consignment' CD
Classic Bronx Hip Hop from the orginal members of Money Boss Players. BRAND NEW ALBUM already certified as a Classic by 14 different online magazines as well as XXL and The Source. Features songs with Sadat X, Mos Def & Minnesota.