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P-Money announced as support for Snoop Dogg

For Immediate Release 24 March 2006

P-Money announced as support for upcoming Snoop Dogg Boss’n Up tour

Dainty Consolidated Entertainment are pleased to announce one of New Zealand’s finest Hip-Hop producers, P-Money, has been added to the lineup as support for Snoop Dogg on his upcoming Boss’n Up tour in April.

P-Money has produced 3 number ones and two top 5 hits including "Not Many - The Remix!", "Stand Up", "Dreaming", “Stop, Drop & Roll” and “Stop the Music”. He was recipient of the 2004 'Producer of the Year' award for his work on Scribe's multi-platinum debut "The Crusader" and last year took home ‘Best Male Solo Artist’ and ‘Best Hip-Hop Album” for his most recent release, Magic City.

P-Money is also regarded as one of NZ’s best DJ's rocking clubs all over the world and previously taking 3rd place at the prestigious Technics DMC World DJ Championships. His career has seen him spin alongside the worlds finest DJ's and some of the biggest names in Hip-Hop. Performing alongside P-Money on the Boss’n Up Tour will be newcomer and Dirty Records artist PNC.

P-Money will be joined by hip-hop crew, FootSouljahs for the Wellington show on Thursday 13 April and top selling artist Savage for the Auckland show on Saturday 15 April.

So get down to bizzle with the master D-O-double-gizzle and guests for an unforgettable tour. Tickets are selling fast and it’s sure to be a sellout. Tickets available from Ticketek.

Snoop Dogg Boss’n Up tour:
- Thursday 13th April, Events Centre, WELLINGTON with P-Money, PNC and Footsouljahs
- Saturday 15th April, Supertop, AUCKLAND with P-Money, PNC and Savage

ENDS

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