New Zealand Artist: P Money
P Money (Peter Wadams) is New Zealand's finest Hip-Hop producer. Recipient of the 2004 Vodafone Music Award's Producer of the Year award for his work on Scribe's multi-platinum debut 'The Crusader'. In 2003 P Money was credited with four top 5 hits including 'Not Many - The Remix!', 'Stop, Drop and Roll' for the Deceptikonz and the number one's 'Stand Up' and 'Dreaming' performed by Scribe. He has produced and remixed tracks for an all-star line up of local artists, namely; Scribe, Che Fu, King Kapisi, Nesian Mystik, Supergroove, Mareko, Deceptikonz and in 2002 he released his critically acclaimed landmark debut album 'Big Things'.
P Money is also regarded as one of NZ's best DJ's rocking clubs all over the world and previously taking 3rd place at the prestigious Technics DMC World DJ Championships. His 6 year career has seen him spin alongside the world's finest DJ's Roc Raida, The X-Ecutioners, DJ Craze, A-Trak, Mix Master Mike, DJ Revolution and open up for the likes of 50 Cent, Obie Trice and Public Enemy.
P Money first debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 7 April 2002 with the album Big Things. There are two entries by P Money in the charts.
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