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"12 Need Some Money" LabelT.T.E.D. "We Need Some Money" is a singles by Washington, D.C. resident go-go group Chuck Brown & the Soul Searchers, published as a 1984 single The track has been sampling from many hip-hop performers, among them Kid'n play and Wreckx-n-Effect songs, and is currently used in many ads for the D.
C. The Baltimore Rock group Clutch has long used a booting release of the track as a show intro and published a covers release on the 2015 release of their 2015 release "Psychic Warfare". We Need Some Money". Chuck Brown Scratcher Cash (PDF). "Ashley's Roach Clip" "Bustin' Loose" "We Need Some Money" "Run Joe" "Hah Man" "Go-Go Crankin'...".
and The Soul Searchers - samples, covers and remixes.
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l need some money!!!! memories: memories
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Cardio B is back with a new song because "I have a baby, I need some money".
Cardi B seems to have felt a touch of online rage that followed after announcing her new Money on Monday. If you were afraid that the lyrics might not do justice to the rich, ice-heavy art work she presented on Instagram, we can tell you that "Money" is an awesome hit (insert a token of easement here).
It' the first new solomaterial Cardi has published since her April release of the band's youthnaut début Invasion of Privacy, and since then a great deal has happened for the rappers - much of it is addressed in the singer. First of all, she's wealthy. A very, very wealthy one (the name of the track is not "No Money").
Above all, the Cardi B track marked her comeback to the New York hard-core boom-bap style, which defines her break-out singles "Bodak Yellow" after a short break with her Smash hits "I Like It". So is it possible to publish the songs of the summers well into October?