Moneytrain Presents: Mike Jones ft. Mr. Jay Jones, Yung Me, T3, Magno, Marco Polo & Yung Deuce “HOODIE”

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As we can see now, Mike Jones comeback power is inevitable as “SAUCE” hits 3 million plays on Soundcloud. So it’s only right we pull back the layers to see what Moneytrain is all about, as Mike Jones is stinging us once again with another hit, “HOODIE”. Featuring Mr. Jay Jones, Yung Me, Magno, T3, Marco Polo, and Yung Duece, this ear banging track collectively gives us a taste of each artists skills organically and what their “HOODIE” is all about.

The smooth melodic track is produced by none other than, J Strongarm, exclusive producer for Moneytrain. He is truly a mastermind in producing beats that give you eclectic vibes combined with strong hitting beats that can only originate from J Strongarm. With fire tracks being laid on a constant to keep the Moneytrain gang crafting stories to go along with them, this movement is one with staying power.


The track starts off with Mike Jones on the hook, giving way to the OG’s of Moneytrain who sound off  effortlessly.  Marco Polo, tells of calling the shots,/ I make me a call/she bring back a cookie/I get rid of it fast/nobody know why I’m rocking the gold and diamonds decoded/. Next is Yung Duece, who gives us his run down of his roots planted in the hood, /I be getting to that money nigga/imma keep it 100 nigga/you know I’m from the hood/so that’s why I’m so hoodie nigga/.

Coming next to the mic is Mr.Jay Jones, laying down his basics of street life from his hood Greenspoint in Houston ./Hit my licks at the Shell yo/foreign car with the Texas plates/everyday I grind like I ain’t ate/don’t talk if it ain’t no cake/. We got Yung Me flowing foward with his ties to the hoods of Wichita Falls and his tales, /I just be chillin with shootas/I walk in your house like I knew ya/lay it down/imma do ya//lay it down/imma do ya.

On next is T3, spitting his story coming from the land of the Ju’s in Jackson, Miss. He gives us a quick take of this deep south hood. /I know I’m headed to the top/and never ever forget where I came from/Indo make yo cake long/low-key hoodie stay on/. Now last but not least, is The Magnificent, Magno coming out the trenches of Greenspoint, a native of Houston. His diabolical flows shows us just how “HOODIE” the hood can be./I keep it so hoodie/my jacket jealous/boys in my hood got a jacket fetish/gripping on wood/in the ‘Lac with yella’s/smoking on good/ got my sack from Ella/.

“HOODIE” defines a glimpse to each artists style and technique and gives us something to bump to when rolling through the hood. With a video in the works for this track, Mike Jones brought on KooFilms of Houston,Texas to be the visual storyteller of the Moneytrain movement.  With banging beats, fire flows, and dope visuals the combination is sure to keep you wanting to know what’s coming next from Mike Jones and this Moneytrain Movement! “HOODIE” coming soon!


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Where is Mike Jones?

If you all haven’t yet, download the lastest, banging joint “Sauce” from none other, one of my G.O.A.T s, MIKE JONES! “Sauce” has already hit over 2 million plays on Soundcloud since it was released on October 1st!!! “Sauce” is also availiable on itunes and Tidal!  With the Moneytrain Reloaded Mixtape set to be released Oct. 21, this Houston Legend is coming to drip “Sauce” on ya, and with him he is bringing some new and seasoned talent to the scene.



Left to right: On Instagram @magno_yaheard , @jstrongarm601 , @mr_jayjones , @t_three and   @yungme_moneytrain CC: @Koofilms

Mike Jones has brought on super producer @jstrongarm601,


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a cat I can say is deadly in the studio by bringing on some fiyah beats that have these creative artist’s minds at full throttle!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The single “Sauce” Featuring       Mike Jones and @Yungme_moneytrain,


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a Wichita Falls native, is a rap lyricist with flow and vocals that brings his own sauce to this seemingly hot track that’s already making noise on the hip hop music scene. Mike Jones is definitely coming with the “Sauce” dropping quick flows and trademark verses that always stay stuck on the brain!





Instagram: @yung_deuce_moneytrain and @marcopolohits CC: @Koofilms

Mike Jones has put together a group of artists that are in each their own entity and unique style. Yung Deuce, originally from Jackson, Mississippi,  is the veteran of the group who kept us blowing and rocking to “3 grams” from the first Moneytrain Mixtape. Marco Polo, a Fort Worth, Texas native, is an O.G. , bringing that lyric/harmony vibe to the Moneytrain Movement.


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Mr.Jay Jones is far from a newbie, born into the music industry by means of  Houston’s legendary group 4 Deep, he developed and crafted his style at an early age. His lyrical style is beyond his years and he is bringing his own tales from the hood to life on this mixtape as well.



T Three, is a Jackson, Mississippi native that has put his trademark verses to work as well on this new mixtape, giving us a vision from a real solider’s diary and his drive to rise to the top and never look back.


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Not only is Mike Jones making moves with Moneytrain, he has joined forces once again with the Magnifcent A*K*A Magno(@magno_yaheard). With the Houston Legend duo back in the lab, we can only imagine what these Emcees got next on 1st Round Drafts Picks 2, which they are already working on. Well, we definitely know now Where Mike Jones been and Where he is going. Much Love to one of the Greatest to come out of Houston, Texas, Mike Jones may your continued success and legendary skills stay relevent and valuable to the legacy of hip hop.  So get ready hip hop heads, you gotta cop “Moneytrain Reloaded”. This is a for sure hit Mixtape that is gonna make some waves, so watch out and listen up to the movement that’s gonna have everybody riding, ALL ABOARD, WE ON THAT MONEYTRAIN TRAIN GANG!!!



Ready To Die/Me Against The World vs Mumble Rap

The current state of Hiphop has left a bad taste in a lot of Hiphop listeners mouths. So for the passed few years a lot of Hiphop heads often been saying “If 2pac and Biggie was still alive it wouldn’t even be none of this mumble rap”. While I am still affected by their influence along with other fans I beg to differ, I wanna start by saying it’s been Twenty years since they were took from us and the hiphop community and their presence is still felt after two decades since their departure. One of the many reasons fans feel as strong as they do is because they left at the top of their game. But see throughout the mid nineties Pac & Biggie was part of a whole roster full of emcees they was one of the boys, but their lyrical skills and passion for the art set them apart from the rest. But once the infamous East/Westcoast feud kicked off it was a gift and a curse, it was a gift because that beef inadvertently catapulted their careers into the statusphere making them white hot, which is the hottest of the hot. And a curse because they died as a result of it, it was the Apex for them which sadly became their epilogue which we wasn’t ready for. But 2pac said in an interview on the set of “Gang Related” he didn’t wanna rap anymore because it wasn’t as fun as it was in the beginning. They were both simoltanisly building their empires because they knew them rapping wasn’t gonna last forever.

So with that being said I don’t think Pac & Biggie would even be rapping this day in age.I  believe they would’ve been voicing their opinions about the current state of hiphop like so many of the other veteran Emcees whose still here with us. And even with some of the veteran emcees whose still putting out good music…..Mumble rap is still here. These two icons had their time in the spotlight, but like all shining stars they eventually would’ve  eventually came down. Their time in the spotlight would’ve slowly faded away and they would’ve had a major role behind the scenes. One things for sure throughout the Silver era, Bling Bling era, Crunk era, now the Trap era, their messages are still as relevant today as it was back in the 90s. Their presence and music is still felt like Marvin Gaye & John Lennon from their era. Hiphop is not gonna go back to the way it was it’s gonna keep revolving.

As far as what they would’ve been doing today I believe 2pac would’ve been doing movies full time like LL Cool J and Ice Cube and probably been doing some writing and directing, maybe even produced a few TV shows. Biggie would’ve been in the industry in some type of capacity maybe running a label, producing artists and embellished his Brooklyn Mint clothing line. Witnessing these guys create the magic they did was once in a lifetime Im glad I was there to see it as it was happening when I think about it I still get that warm feeling of satisfaction know I was in the presence of two god emcees who once walked this earth. Trap and Mumble rap is here it’s not going anywhere and eventually it’ll fade away to make room for a new style of rap. I feel sorry for the kids who were born post 2pac/Biggie era. R.I.P Pac & Biggie and let’s be thankful for the OG’s we still have here with us.     BROOKLYN’S IN THE HOUSE!!!!!!……WESTSIDE!!!!!!!!


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71guy4-rnuL._SX355_When our generation of hiphop heads ask the question who’s their favorite rapper or asked to name their G.O.A.T. Whether it be a top five or top ten, one name definitely pops up multiple times and that’s MrMr.Scarface. As of right now Uncle Face has sixteen studio albums under his belt, ten solo & six with the Geto Boys. But out of this massive heap of hard beats and street lyrics I wanna focus in on one album, “The Diary”. You can call this masterpiece the street version of “Thriller”. Face had a hell of a team on this one, he had producers Mike Dean, N.O.Joe and his Uncle Eddie on Bass. Those who heard the album already know how great of a album it is, but what you don’t know is what went on during the making this classic. Scarface said in his book “Diary Of A Madman” that midway through the recording of the album he ran into a wall and broke his hand resulting in him having to record the rest of the album with his arm in a cast. It was also around this time J Prince had signed a distribution deal with Virgin Records, they were giants in the Rock and R&B areas but they were ready to get into hiphop, “The diary”  was the first hiphop album they distributed, but they didn’t wanna associate any of the songs with death so the singles that was put out “I seen a Man Die” was renamed “I Never Seen A Man Cry” and “Hand Of The Dead Body” was renamed “People Don’t Believe”. It was all Virgin getting into Hiphop but wanting to keep a clean image at the same time. But it didn’t slow down the momentum of the album at all because “The Diary” went on to sell over a million copies and got a well deserved 5 mics in “The Source”. It was such a good put together album that even Dr.Dre kept a copy in his studio as a reminder of how dope an album should sound. Twenty Three years later it still making heads bob, it don’t sound dated, “Hand Of The Dead Body”, “I seen A Man Die” & “Gz” are still relevant to this day with all the crazy happenings in this world we all can relate. Back then when it was white hot you heard it in every tape & CD player nowadays you can hear it on someone’s computer or phone. The Diary still has a strong presence in Hiphop especially in the South, the standout album in his Repertoire of Street Poetry. Solute to Scarface, the greatest to ever touch a mic. PEACE!!!!!!