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About Sauce Money

A Brooklyn emcee and longtime ghostwriter to many rap superstars (he wrote Puffy's Grammy-winning tribute to Biggie, "I'll Be Missing You"), Sauce Money has been on the scene for some time. After hot verses on Jay-Z's early records, he released his own album Middle Finger U in 1999. His rhymes stick to familiar topics: bragging, street life, etc. peppered with sharp punch lines and a confrontational attitude. Beats are handled by an assortment of NYC all-stars, including Premier and Marley Marl.

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Listen toSauce Moneyon Napster

A Brooklyn emcee and longtime ghostwriter to many rap superstars (he wrote Puffy's Grammy-winning tribute to Biggie, "I'll Be Missing You"), Sauce Money has been on the scene for some time. After hot verses on Jay-Z's early records, he released his own album Middle Finger U in 1999. His rhymes stick to familiar topics: bragging, street life, etc. peppered with sharp punch lines and a confrontational attitude. Beats are handled by an assortment of NYC all-stars, including Premier and Marley Marl.

About Sauce Money

A Brooklyn emcee and longtime ghostwriter to many rap superstars (he wrote Puffy's Grammy-winning tribute to Biggie, "I'll Be Missing You"), Sauce Money has been on the scene for some time. After hot verses on Jay-Z's early records, he released his own album Middle Finger U in 1999. His rhymes stick to familiar topics: bragging, street life, etc. peppered with sharp punch lines and a confrontational attitude. Beats are handled by an assortment of NYC all-stars, including Premier and Marley Marl.

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About Sauce Money

A Brooklyn emcee and longtime ghostwriter to many rap superstars (he wrote Puffy's Grammy-winning tribute to Biggie, "I'll Be Missing You"), Sauce Money has been on the scene for some time. After hot verses on Jay-Z's early records, he released his own album Middle Finger U in 1999. His rhymes stick to familiar topics: bragging, street life, etc. peppered with sharp punch lines and a confrontational attitude. Beats are handled by an assortment of NYC all-stars, including Premier and Marley Marl.

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