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Only a handful of DJs can create both a great live mix and produce amazing original songs, move a dancefloor in the smallest club and knock out main-stage festival sets of legendary proportions. P-Money, the Papakura born DJ and record producer, is an iconic figure of the New Zealand music scene and for good reason. P-Money has a string of number one hits and platinum-selling albums to his credit. He co-wrote and produced five of the biggest New Zealand singles of the past decade; 'Not Many', 'Stand Up', and 'Stop The Music ft Scribe', 'Keep On Callin ft Akon' and 'Everything ft Vince Harder'. He co-founded independent record label Dirty Records in 2001, launching the careers of local rap superstars Scribe, David Dallas and PNC. When Dirty Records released P-Money's debut album Big Things, it set a new benchmark and inspired a generation of hip hop artists.

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