While there was a time where Jazze Pha regularly made appearances in rap videos, his presence hasn't loomed quite as large over rap and R&B as it did during his mid-00's heyday. Producing records like Ciara's "1,2 Step," Ludacris' "Area Codes," Birdman's "Do That," and countless other hits, Jazze was one of the most in-demand beatmakers in the south for a time, and he could also lay down a mean hook when he wanted to.
Young Greatness is a QC The Label signee hailing from New Orleans, and following his label's announcement they'd be partnering with Motown, he's brought Jazze Pha back out for his new single. Rather than the typical bounce you'd associate with Jazze's work, "Moolah" has a much more sentimental feel, with some piano chord changes that'll pull at your heart strings. It adds yet another dimension to Greatness' aspirational crooning.
On the block where the shots go 'bang'
Only real niggas really gon' hang
All my life, you was saved by the bell
I was saved by the cocaine