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Magic City (P-Money album)

Magic City
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 2004
GenreHip hop, rap
Length59:34
LabelDirty
ProducerP-Money
P-Money chronology
Big Things
(2001)
Magic City
(2004)
Everything
(2010)
Singles from Magic City
  1. ""Easy""
  2. ""Stop The Music""
    Released: October 2004
  3. ""Keep On Calling""
    Released: January 2005
  4. ""3,2,1 (Remix)/Get Back""

Magic City is the second studio album of New Zealand producer P-Money. It was released in New Zealand and Australia in 2004. It won "Best Hip hop/Urban Album" at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.[1] P-Money also won Best Producer for this album.[1]

Track listing


  1. "Intro"
  2. "3,2,1" (Feat. Skillz)
  3. "We! (Dem Ni99az)" (Feat. Aasim & Capone)
  4. "Keep On Calling" (Feat. Akon)
  5. "Two Step" (Feat. Jatis)
  6. "I Had None" (Feat. Mystro)
  7. "Get Back" (Feat. PNC & Con Psy)
  8. "Represent" (Feat. Roc Raida)
  9. "Turn It Up (Feat. Tyna & Scribe)
  10. "Get Money" (Interlude)
  11. "Easy" (Feat. Sauce Money)
  12. "Get Up Slow" (Feat. Con Psy)
  13. "Anyway" (Feat. Aasim & Bobby Creekwater)
  14. "Driven" (Feat. Scribe)
  15. "Stop The Music" (Feat. Scribe)
  16. "3,2,1 Remix" (Feat. PNC, Con Psy, Skillz)

Charts


Chart (2004) Peak
position
New Zealand Singles Chart 2[2]

References


  1. ^ a b [1] Archived October 2, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Steffen Hung. "P-Money - Magic City" . charts.nz. Retrieved 2012-02-29.





Categories: 2004 albums | P-Money albums | 2004 hip hop album stubs


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