The former leader of the hip-hop group Poison Clan, JT Money has always been about creating music you can dance to.
JT Money was discovered in a Miami talent show by 2 Live Crew founder Luther Campbell. He then went on to record three albums with Poison Clan on Campbell's label Skyywalker Records, but the group eventually disbanded after a dispute with Campbell. JT Money took some of the lessons he learned from his years with Campbell and used them on his first solo album, Pimpin' On Wax. The album featured the type of dancefloor-friendly hip-hop that Campbell helped popularize. JT Money's 2001 album, Blood Sweat & Years, brings listeners more of the same, proving that he is a performer that can produce club-friendly hip-hop on a consistent basis. Return of the B-Izer offered more of the same the following year. ~ Jon Azpiri, Rovi