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The Personal Finance Rap Video….Yes, I Said Rap!

Credit Cards get no respect!My boys Matt and Andrew, from Listen Money Matters, decided that they wanted to get into the music business. Yes, they talk a lot about finance in their podcast and they write about it to.  These two just can’t stop there.  Now, they have to rap about finance.  Yes, you heard my correct.  Matt and Andrew decided to create a personal finance rap video, called “All My Money“.  I am more than happy to share this video with everyone, because you don’t see finance rap videos too many times.

I got to listen to the track and see the video early, so I knew this was coming. What I didn’t know is how well Matt can flow with his lyrics.  He also does a great job with video editing.  The boy has some skills, I can say that much.

Ok, without further ado, here is the latest and greatest personal finance rap video from Matt and Andrew.

What did you think?

Gangsta Finance image via Listen Money Matters


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I'm a business owner, blogger, father, and husband. I used credit cards too much and found myself in over $75,000 in debt ($50,000 in just credit cards). I paid it off, started this blog, and my financial life has changed. I now talk about fighting debt and growing wealth here. I run a WordPress maintenance and support company, along with another blog, Eyes on the Dollar, which is another great personal finance blog.

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10 comments
Cat says February 18

Those two kill me. Hilarious!

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    Grayson Bell says February 18

    They are funny and very busy. I just don’t know how they get it all done!

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Joel @ SaveOutsidetheBox says February 18

They are some goofy cats with some mad rhyme skills. That’s what I think!

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Laurie says February 18

Wow! From a musical standpoint, this was MUCH better than I thought it’d be! These are two pretty talented guys, and with a great message to boot!

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Sarah says February 19

I loved it!!! The song is very catchy and motivating. It also reflects the emotion of people struggling to attain financial independence.

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Heidi @ Thriftytricks says February 20

Awesome! My Twitter audience will love this 😀

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