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Cash, how to make it in a casino and how not to spend it all at once - for poets and musicians, these images have become as traditional as love. We have collected for you the most famous songs about cash in all its forms.
Abba - Money
Probably the most famous thematic song in history. The obsessive chorus of the composition of the Swedish group is occasionally not hummed only by a person who is very far from the world of music. The song was recorded in 1976 and featured in the musical Mamma Mia! and became the basis for many versions and covers.
Pink Floyd - Money
One of the most famous tracks of the legendary British is included in the most popular album The Dark Side of the Moon. The composition even begins with the sound of the cash register opening and the clinking of coins - to achieve this effect in 1973, the musicians did a titanic job, cutting and glueing inches of film. Now you can enjoy these sounds while playing free slots NZ available on the Internet.
The Beatles - You Never Give Me Your Money
Of course, the band in its numerous albums could not at least once touch upon the topic of funds directly. It was written by Paul McCartney in 1969 and became a satire on the musicians' financial disputes with each other earlier that year.
Notorious B.I.G - Mo Money Mo Problems
One of the most famous rap songs about funds. A track from Bad Boy Records' gold collection, featured on Biggie's 1997 posthumous album Life After Death. The song perfectly describes the late Christopher Wallace's relationship to wealth and fame. After the murder of the rapper, these words took on even more meaning.
Eric B & Rakim - Paid in Full
The 1987 single, which outlines Rakim's path from street kid to an established rap artist, is one of the most important tracks in rap in general. Dozens of your favourite artists have named it (as well as the entire album of the same name) among the most influential and impressive works they have ever heard.
AC / DC - Moneytalks
During the performance, the hard rock band put on a real show: thousands of one-dollar bills with the image of Angus Young, the frontman of AC / DC, fell on the audience.
Fat Joe - Make It Rain
In 2006, on the album Me, Myself & I, Fat Joe released almost the main hit of his entire solo career, which, of course, was about the prosperity of his family. Together with Lil Wayne who was at the peak of his career at the time, they made an excellent club recording on the beat from Scott Storch. The success of the song provided Joey with good record sales, and the video, in which Wayne sits on a throne of dollars, did not leave the rotation of the leading music channels for a very long time.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - For Tha Love Of $
BTNH rapped unusually for that time - more melodic and calm than the gangsters from the West Coast or New Yorkers with their prim and straightforward sound. The memorable chorus and the uniqueness of the flow ensured the success of the young MCs with the general public, and this track is still one of the best in their discography.
Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M.
The acronym that came into being thanks to the memorable chorus from Method Man has become synonymous with the word "cash" in US popular culture (by the way, one of the most frequently used). The phrase, coined by a guy named Raider Ruckus, who hung out with the Wu-Tang members early in their careers, is reflected in the group's single and remains an undeniable classic of world hip-hop to this day.
Kendrick Lamar - Money Trees
Cash is the perfect place for shade - this is how the main idea sounds. It is safe to say that the guys have passed the tests allotted by fate and now they can calmly enjoy the "shadow" of their favourite "trees".
Remember that funds are a necessary phenomenon for life in society. But the main thing is to properly manage them and not get into situations in which everything will be lost in the casino.