“One of the most promising of the current generation of grime emcees”
- MISTAJAM (RADIO 1/1XTRA DJ)
“Re-shaping the soundscape of a new underground, P Money’s lyrical swagger is injecting life into grime and dubstep…”
- CHANTELLE FIDDY (MIXMAG)
P Money is a 22-year-old Artist from South East London, originally known for being one of the top underground Grime Musicians. He is currently playing a major part as a front face for the grime collective Og’z ‘
P Money has released a number of promotional CD’s including Coins2Notes and PMoney Is Power, which caused an uproar of attention from KISS FM’s Logan Sama as it repeatedly played P Money’s road famous tune “What Did He Say”. Which led on to be his slogan, which is imprinted on t-shirts and available to buy.
As his fan base grew bigger and people became more aware of his lyrical talent P Money disappeared to work with some of the top producers in the dubstep and grime scene and come back to the stores with this latest mixtape “Money Over Everyone”. This mixtape led him receive multiple nominations at the OMA’s (Official Mixtape Awards) which he walked away from with ‘The Best Grime Mixtape’ award and ‘Best Mixtape of 2009′.
P Money has worked with many artists in the industry including Wiley, Skepta, J2K, Jammer and producers including Scratcha Dva, Royal T, Sukh Knight and Rude kid and has received support from UK music magazines including RWD Magazine, LIVE Magazine, Bbarack Magazine, Blast Magazine, Rago Magazine, Red Bull (Daily Note) Musicology Magazine and the Metro Newspaper to name a few.
As well as recently supporting global and social injustice movement Ctrl.Alt.Shift at performances and coming down to the Rave4Haiti supported by True Tiger and SOMEnite earlier this year he is also worked on the SAMM (Support After Murder and Manslaughter) campaign, vocalling the remix of the debut single of The Shooting Star Poets from Liverpool.
With “Money Over Everyone” still circulating and available for download on all major online stores his career could not be healthier and is only looking up. Slang Like This has been getting love from the likes of MistaJam, Logan sama, Tim Westwood, Dj Cameo, Zane Lowe, Nick Grimshaw, Nihal and was proudly the first ever dubstep/grime tune to receive daytime airplay on Radio One. He is currently working on his debut album and looking forward to releasing Slang Like This.
(Words taken from www.codaagency.com)