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MP3: Newmoney - "What I've Learned"
Posted by Steve Juon at Tuesday, December 7th, 2010 at 2:00PM :: Email this article :: Print this article



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MP3: Newmoney - "What I've Learned"

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Coming from the Garden State, emerging Hip-Hop artist Newmoney has no other choice other than to go hard or go home. To prove that he is here to stay, Newmoney announces the release of his awaited mixtape "No Holding Back", hosted by LA Profecy, on December 14, 2010.

"I put in a lot of hard work to give the people great music. Music that will inspire and provoke thought! I dedicate this project to the people I've lost and the people that thought I couldn't pull this off. Enjoy!"

"No Holding Back" is 13-tracks deep and showcases the New Jersey rapper’s hypnotizing and hard hitting Rap skills and top-notch production by hitmaker LA Profecy, Track Pros, and Hoodfamous.

Slated for December 14, the songs on "No Holding Back" are inspired by real moments in the hard knock life of the New Jersey rapper.

Born in the mid 80s, Newmoney, 26, grew up listening to some of the best emcees to ever touch the mic such as Jay-Z, Biggie, Big L, AZ, Redman, and DMX. Therefore, when he decided to pursue Rap as a career, he knew he had to be a beast and whatever he spit had to be real.

Growing up, Newmoney experienced a lot of peaks and valleys that shaped the person he is today. At age 13, he started to lash out after his parents got divorced. He started getting in trouble in school and with the law and he tragically lost his loving mother due to cancer. After being suspended numerous times and arrested for burglary and assault on two different occasions at the age of 17, he decided college was not in his future and began to pursue Rap as a career.

Newmoney is a breath of fresh air to true Hip-Hop heads in a time when the art form is hardly recognized or represented for that fact. As Newmoney continues to pour his heart and soul out in his music for the world to hear, it’s only a matter of time before he is felt by the masses.



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