New Zealand Hip Hop Song Samples TRAPEZE's 'Jury': Video Available

A new single from New Zealand-based hip hop artist P-MONEY, "Stop the Music", features samples throughout the entire track of the TRAPEZE song "Jury", according to a posting on the GLENN HUGHES fan site You can view the video of it here (requires Windows Media player).

P-MONEY (Peter Wadams) is New Zealand's finest hip hop producer and DJ. His production credits span across four platinum/multi-platinum albums, three gold albums, and New Zealand's most successful single of all time, "Stand Up" by SCRIBE, which held the number one singles chart position for a record-breaking 10 weeks.

P-MONEY is commonly regarded as one of New Zealand's best club DJs and continues to perform live DJ sets all over the country and the world. His six-year career has seen him spin in New York, Los Angeles, Hawaii, London, Germany, Austria, Christchurch, Dunedin, Wellington, Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne.


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