A street hustler turned singer turned producer, rapper, and label head, Houston, Texas native Major Money (also known as Nino Ugene) was a member of Flaj (aka F.L.A.J.), a gospel and R&B group that was featured on Geto Boys' "The World Is a Ghetto" (1996) and Scarface's "2 Real" (1998). Deals with Rap-A-Lot subsidiary Interface (run by Scarface) and Noo Trybe/Virgin didn't result in any official releases, so the group split up, and Major Money -- who went by the name Wyle Chyle -- established 502 Recordz and later, in 2005, NuMoney. In August 2013, Major Money independently released the album 9, featuring the anthemic single "For My City." ~ Andy Kellman
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