Money Jane

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"Money Jane"
Single by Baby Blue Soundcrew featuring Jully Black, Kardinal Offishall, and Sean Paul
from the album Private Party Collectors Edition
Released 2000
Format 12" single
Recorded 1999
Genre Canadian hip hop
Length 3:45 (single version)
3:12 (album version)
Label Universal Music Canada
Writer(s) J. Harrow, S. Henriques
Producer(s) Kardinal Offishall
Baby Blue Soundcrew singles chronology
"Money Jane"
(2000)
"Too Much"
(2000)
Kardinal Offishall singles chronology
"Husslin'"
(2000)
"Money Jane"
(2000)
"BaKardi Slang"
(2001)
Jully Black singles chronology
"Rally'n"
(1998)
"Money Jane"
(2000)
"Ol' Time Killin'"
(2001)
Sean Paul singles chronology
"Deport Them"
(1998)
"Money Jane"
(2000)
"Gimme the Light"
(2002)

"Money Jane" is a hip-hop song by Baby Blue Soundcrew featuring Kardinal Offishall, Jully Black, and Sean Paul. It was the first single from their album, Private Party Collectors Edition, released in 2000. The song was nominated for Best Rap Recording at the 2001 Juno Awards.[1] The same year, a remix of the song appeared on Kardinal Offishall's album, Quest for Fire: Firestarter, Vol. 1. Kardinal produced the song, as well as the remix, which contains a sample of "Jam on It" by Newcleus.

Music video[edit]

The music video was directed by Kevin De Freitas. In 2001, it won a MuchMusic Video Award for Best Rap Video.[2] Canadian TV personality Cabral "Cabbie" Richards makes a cameo appearance.

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2000) Peak
position
Canadian Singles Chart 24

References[edit]

  1. ^ Baby Blue Soundcrew MapleMusic. Accessed on 24 August 2009.
  2. ^ Baby Blue Soundcrew Mvdbase. Accessed on 24 August 2009.

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