Money in the Bank (Lil Scrappy song)
|"Money in the Bank"|
|Single by Lil Scrappy featuring Young Buck|
|from the album Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live|
|Released||March 31, 2006|
|Format||Digital download, CD single|
|Genre||Hip hop, crunk|
|Producer(s)||Isaac Hayes III|
"Money in the Bank" is a hip hop single from Lil Scrappy's debut album Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live, featuring Young Buck. The video has cameo appearances including Lil Jon, Lloyd Banks, Chamillionaire, Project Pat, Spider Loc, T-Pain, David Banner, Nick Cannon, All Star Cashville Prince, Diamond, Princess of Crime Mob, Young Hot Rod, Katt Williams and Ike Dirty.
Originally appeared on Young Buck's Mixtape, Case Dismissed!
XXL, as well as other media outlets, have mistakenly credited Lil' Jon as the producer of this song, most likely because he appears in the video and the beat sounds like a typical Lil' Jon beat. Also the beat is similar to a slower version of Lil' Jon's "Get Low."
The song was originally done by Kool G Rap on his second CD "Wanted Dead or Alive"
MTV/MTV2 has aired a Making the Video episode for this single.
The single version of the song features the famous "I'm rich bitch!" quote from Dave Chappelle in the intro. This is not heard on the album version.
In 2006 R&B singer Amerie recorded the 'answer back' version. This version was released via her mixtape "Because I Love It - Volume 1". The answer back was later merged with the original to create a remix.
- U.S. EP
- "Money in the Bank (radio edit)"
- "Money in the Bank (album version)"
- "Money in the Bank (instrumental)"
|US Billboard Hot 100||28|
|US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)||7|
|US Hot Rap Songs (Billboard)||5|
|US Pop 100 (Billboard)||38|
- "Lil Scrappy – Chart history" Billboard Hot 100 for Lil Scrappy. Retrieved January 12, 2015.
- "Lil Scrappy – Chart history" Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for Lil Scrappy. Retrieved January 12, 2015.
- "Lil Scrappy – Chart history" Billboard Hot Rap Songs for Lil Scrappy. Retrieved January 12, 2015.
- "Lil Scrappy | Awards". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved January 12, 2015.
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