AMG (rapper)

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Birth nameJason Lewis
Born (1970-09-29) September 29, 1970 (age 48)
OriginInglewood, California, United States
GenresHip hop
Years active1990–present
LabelsGetti Records
Associated actsThe Fixxers

Jason Lewis (born September 29, 1970, in New York, New York), better known by his stage name AMG, is a rapper from Cleveland, Ohio.


AMG is known for his sexually explicit lyrics, and most notably for songs like "Bitch Betta Have My Money" and "Jiggable Pie". The British electronica group Hardknox later sampled "Bitch Betta Have My Money" on their single, "Who's Money?", which was originally sampled by AMG from Big Daddy Kane's song "Pimpin' Ain't Easy".[1] Ludacris also borrowed three lines of lyrics for his song "Area Codes".

In 2007, AMG began recording an album with DJ Quik under the name "The Fixxers". They released a single through Interscope Records titled "Can U Werk Wit Dat".[2] The album, Midnight Life, was scheduled to be released in mid-to-late 2007 but was shelved due to material being leaked prior to its release.


Studio albums[edit]

Title[3] Release Peak chart
Give a Dog a Bone 1991
Bitch Betta Have My Money 63
Ballin' Outta Control 1995 100
Bitch Betta Have My Money 2001 2000
Rum & Coke[citation needed] 2008

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Greatest Humps Volume One (2002)[3]


Title[3] Release Peak chart positions Album
"Bitch Betta Have My Money" 1991 5[5] Bitch Betta Have My Money
"Jiggable Pie" 11[6]
"Vertical Joyride" 1992
"I Wanna Be a Yo Ho"
"Don't Be a 304" Trespass (soundtrack)
"Butt Booty Naked" 1993 House Party 3 (soundtrack)
"Around the World" 1995 Ballin' Outta Control
"Pimp of the Century"
"Pimp's Anthem" 1997 non-album single
"Perfection" 2000 Bitch Betta Have My Money 2001
"No" 2003 Greatest Humps Volume 1
"Somethin' Nasty" 2004 non-album single


  1. ^ "Direct Sample of Vocals / Lyrics".
  2. ^ - News - DJ Quik and AMG AKA The Fixxers Sign With Interscope Archived March 17, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ a b c "AMG Discography at Discogs".
  4. ^ "AMG - Chart history - Billboard".
  5. ^ "Rap Music: Top Rap Songs Chart (7/13/91) - Billboard".
  6. ^ "Rap Music: Top Rap Songs Chart (4/25/92) - Billboard".

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