All Money Is Legal

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All Money Is Legal (A.M.I.L.)
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Studio album by Amil
Released September 19, 2000
Recorded 1999-2000
Genre Hip hop/Rap
Label Roc-A-Fella, Columbia
Producer Jay-Z, Damon Dash and Karreem Biggs (Executive producers), EZ Elpee, Poke & Tone, Ty Fyffe, Rockwilder, Chavon "Scripture" Henry
Amil chronology
All Money Is Legal
Amil Azizz
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

All Money Is Legal (A. M. I. L.) is the debut album by Amil. The album debuted at number forty-five on the US Billboard 200 chart with first-week sales of 29,000 copies.[2] Lyrically, Amil impressed many of her fans with the song, "Smile 4 Me," where she turns her personal struggles into a heartfelt rhyme. On "I Got That," featuring Beyoncé, Amil raps about independent women who do not need men to help them in life. Labelmate Jay-Z adds his lyrical parts on a number of songs including the male vs. female song, "Heard It All Before". The album was recorded at The Cutting Room, Hit Factory and Quad Studios in New York City, New York.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Smile 4 Me"
  2. "I Got That" (feat Beyoncé)
  3. "Get Down"
  4. "Y’all Dead Wrong"
  5. "Heard It All" (feat Jay-Z)
  6. "Quarrels" (feat Carl Thomas)
  7. "Girlfriend"
  8. "All Money Is Legal (A.M.I.L.)"
  9. "That’s Right" (feat Jay-Z)
  10. "Anyday"
  11. "Raw"
  12. "No 1 Can Compare"
  13. "4 da Fam" (feat Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek & Beanie Sigel)



  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Wright, Anders. "Chart Watch: Madonna's Music - ABC News". Retrieved 2013-07-03.