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Count the Money Click
  • Artist: Count the Money Click
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101399265
  • Item #: SRD139926
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 9/18/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Count the Money Click on CD

When people think of entertainers from Alabama, they think of current stars like American Idol winners, Ruben Studdard and Taylor Hicks, as well as rap star, Rich Boy. Alabama sits between two of the most powerful musical markets in the country, Nashville, TN and Atlanta, GA. But, unfortunately, there isn't a long laundry list of stars that claim the '205' as their stomping grounds. Well, it's time for somebody else from BAMA to carve out another piece of that pie that's baking in the dirty south. CTMC (Count the Money Click) is sitting at the table, and they are ready to eat with their self-titled debut CD. This album embodies a sound that is not carbon-copied from the hip-hop artists next door in the 'A.' This group has developed their own unique sound, and they're going to have the whole world screaming, 'COUNT THE MONEY!' With the touch of up-and-coming Alabama native producers, Alvin 'Cornbread' Garrett and Aubrey 'Juice' Delaine, CTMC is bringing a sound that is entertaining and refreshing. Songs like 'BAMA,' which contain a little bluegrass guitar fused with that Hip-Hop swagger, will have you bouncin' and rockin' with Country Pride. If you like a little west coast vibe, you'll get an earful with songs like 'Put A Tag On It' and 'Make U Wanna.' Songs like, 'Love Potion,' remind you of Nelly's 'Grill' and other snappin' hits. If you like Outkast's creative musical approach, then you'll love how CTMC brings it home with "Ask About Us." All in all, this is musical experience you can ride from start to finish. And, please, don't be embarrassed when you find yourself yelling, "COUNT THE MONEY!" It's CONTAGIOUS!