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With a smooth style and a jovial demeanor, rapper C-Money is easy to get along with. As he tells it, his September debut EP, Just 4 You, escapes life’s stresses. “I took the point in time I’m at in my life right now and put it in the music,” he says, spending at least two nights a week in the club due to his rigorous performance schedule. With his own life on the go, “It’s more of a turn-up EP, something you can feel good about.” The EP is a bigger-than-life listen for life’s bigger nights.

However, looking back at his childhood in the complicated streets of Oakland, California, C-Money fancies himself a survivor of consequences that were not always so pleasant. “Oakland is more bad than good, if you want my honest opinion. It’s more about what you want to focus on,” he reveals. “I could have done wrong, as there were plenty of options for me to do so. Instead, I’m doing this. Music saved my life.” Whereas his mom was called to the police station on more than one occasion, she now sees his artistry and creativity on TV, thanks to 106 & Park airing his single with Iamsu!, “Play That.” The video single, which C-Money considers his finest work, has cemented the early twenty-something as one of the Bay Area’s next sensations.

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C-Money Provides A Collection of Certifiable Club Bangers for Year’s End With The ‘Just 4 You EP,’ Premiere via Hot New HipHop
C-Money Turns Bay Area Tour Guide on “We Say,” Premiere via TheSmokingSection
C-Money Takes the Party to Another Level on “Shut It Down,” Premiered by Complex
C-Money Brings the Party to the Bay in “3 Point Stance,” Premiered By YouHeardThatNew
Bay Area Rapper C-Money Connects with Too $hort on the Mackin’ Anthem “Keep Up”
Video/News: Too $hort Feature on C-Money’s Debut EP, Just 4 You

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