Money, Cash, Hoes

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"Money, Cash, Hoes"
Single by Jay-Z featuring DMX
from the album Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life
Released December 22, 1998
Format 12-inch single, Vinyl
Recorded 1998
Genre East coast hip hop
Length 4:46
Label Roc-A-Fella, Def Jam
Writer(s) Shawn Carter
Earl Simmons
Kasseem Dean
Producer(s) Swizz Beatz
Jay-Z chronology
"Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)"
(1998)
"Money, Cash, Hoes (Remix)"
(1999)
"Nigga What, Nigga Who (Originator 99)"
(1999)
Beanie Sigel chronology
- "Money, Cash, Hoes (Remix)"
(1999)
"Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up)"
(1999)
DMX chronology
"How's It Goin' Down"
(1998)
"Money, Cash, Hoes (Remix)"
(1999)
"Slippin'"
(1999)
Memphis Bleek chronology
"It's Alright"
(1998)
"Money, Cash, Hoes (Remix)"
(1999)
"Memphis Bleek Is..."
(1999)

"Money, Cash, Hoes" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Jay-Z, released in February 1999 as the third single from his third album Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life (1998). It features fellow American rapper DMX and production by Swizz Beatz. Its beat features a heavy use of descending synthesizers. In the end of the track, Pain in Da Ass is talking, saying things similar to the dialogue in the film Goodfellas. The remix features guest verses from Memphis Bleek and Beanie Sigel and is also featured as a single on the soundtrack of the 1999 film The Corruptor.

Critical reception[edit]

Allmusic's Dave Connolly describes the remix as "less than stellar,"[1] while Steve Juon of RapReviews.com considers it to be a "noteworthy" song that "Jay-Z fans will appreciate."[2]

Single track list[edit]

A-Side[edit]

  1. "Money, Cash, Hoes (Remix) (Radio Edit)"
  2. "Money, Cash, Hoes (Remix) (Dirty Version)"
  3. "Money, Cash, Hoes (Remix) (Instrumental)"

B-Side[edit]

  1. "Jigga What? (Radio Edit)"
  2. "Nigga What, Nigga Who (Originator 99)"
  3. "Jigga What? (Instrumental)"

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Connolly, Dave. "The Corruptor Soundtrack Review at Allmusic". Retrieved July 9, 2007. 
  2. ^ Juon, Steve. "The Corruptor Soundtrack Review at RapReviews.com". Retrieved July 9, 2007. 

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