Miami Legend JT MONEY Talks Poison Clan Reunion, Rick Ross & Trick Daddy, Being Left Out Of Freaknik

Few emerging talents are leaving as significant a mark on the industry as JT Money, a veteran Hip Hop artist who has been making waves in the music scene for decades. Continuously delivering high-quality music throughout his illustrious career, this gifted artist has crafted an impressive musical journey. Serving as an inspiration for Southern lyricists (and some Northern), JT Money began as a member of the influential group, Poison Clan. He helped shape the Miami rap scene with the group’s gritty, unapologetic and lyric-dense sound. He exploded as a solo artist as well. “Who Dat” is one of JT Money’s most well-known and successful singles, released in 1999 as part of his debut solo album, “Pimpin’ on Wax.”

@ChuckCreekmur and @djthoronyc get down to the nitty gritty about all that JT has given to the game, his new dreams and what’s new in music. He also tells AllHipHop that he should have been in the recent “Freaknik” documentary and also gives the status of his relationship to Uncle Luke. Dots are definitely connected as Solé is mentioned and the Mount Rushmore of Miami (Trick Daddy, Rick Ross and JT) is solidified. Watch this one, real legend sh#t.

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