50 Cent ft. Diddy & Jay-Z - I Get Money (Forbes 1,2,3 Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
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The rumors are true; Forbes Magazine’s top three hip hop moguls of 2007 are all on one track.  On the “Forbes 1, 2, 3” remix of I Get Money, Fiddy (ranked #2) leads off, bragging that he’s still as street as ever (despite his major status).  Diddy, who represents the #3 in the song title, shows off his ten years of experience in the mogul biz, bragging about how he hired Johnny Cochran to get off the hook in 2001.  However, neither can hold a candle (both lyrically or financially) to the #1 hip-hop mogul, Jay-Z, who describes his progress as a hustler from the Marcy Projects to the Def Jam presidential office.  While every other rapper boasts about his bankroll, finally a track from the only three who have the right to do so.

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