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|Birth name||Todd Gaither|
|Origin||New York City, New York|
|Genres||Hip hop music|
|Labels||MCA, Priority, EMI|
|Associated acts||JAY-Z, Big Daddy Kane, Teddy Riley|
Todd Gaither, also known as Sauce Money, is a rapper who worked with Jay-Z in his early career and was featured on Big Daddy Kane's album Daddy's Home on the track "Show N' Prove" alongside Scoob Lover, Shyheim, Jay-Z, and Ol' Dirty Bastard
He was featured on Jay-Z's debut, Reasonable Doubt, on the DJ Premier-produced "Bring it On", on In My Lifetime, Vol. 1, on the track "Face Off", and on Jay Z's third album, Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life, on the track "Reservoir Dogs" with The LOX and Beanie Sigel.
Gaither is credited as a co-writer for Puff Daddy's single "I'll Be Missing You".
He released his debut album, Middle Finger U, on Priority Records and EMI in 2000. The album featured two guest spots: one from Jay-Z ("Pregame") and Puff Daddy ("Do You See"); it also includes one track produced by DJ Premier. He released one single from this album, "For My Hustlaz". In 2004, he was featured on the single "Easy" from New Zealand DJ/producer P-Money's album Magic City. In 2006, he appeared at Jay Z's 'I Declare War' concert to perform "Reservoir Dogs".
Sauce Money released a 2008 single entitled "Listen 2 Me", sampling the Oompa-Loompas from the 1971 film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. The song is currently available on Sauce Money's MySpace page.
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- "Todd Gaither Discography at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2012-03-30.