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The Get Money Project

by Robb Nickels

Ultra Banging beats combined with Extra Lit flows. Lyrical Trap Music! Today's sound. Yesterday's artistry.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Stack That Cho
5:13 $0.99
2. Countin' Them Zeros
3:49 $0.99
3. Status, Wealth, Respect
4:00 $0.99
4. I'mma G
3:58 $0.99
5. Stack That Cho (Radio Edit)
5:14 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Track 1 - Stack That Cho (Explicit) 5:14
Produced by Epik The Dawn
Written and Performed by Robert E. Nichols Jr
Backing Vocals: Royal Dyne
Recorded at Luv 2 Flow Entertainment - Detroit, MI
Engineered by Tobias "Profit" Smith
Mixed and Mastered by Bryan "Shordeli" Shortell

Track 2- Countin' Them Zeros
Produced by Blasian Beats
Written and Performed by Robert E. Nichols Jr.
Recorded in The Nickel Bag Lab
Engineered by Robb Nickels
Mixed and Mastered by Bryan "Shordeli" Shortell

Track 3- Status Wealth Respect
Produced by Dope Boyz Music
Written and Performed by Robert E. Nichols Jr.
Recorded at Luv 2 Flow Entertainment- Detroit , MI
Engineered by Tobias "Profit" Smith
Mixed by Tobias "Profit" Smith
Mastered by Robb Nickels

Track 4- I'mma G 3:58
Produced by Robin Wesley
Written and Performed by Robert E. Nichols Jr.
Recorded in The Nickel Bag Lab
Engineered by Robb Nickels
Mixed and Mastered by Bryan "Shordeli" Shortell

Track 5 - Stack That Cho (Radio) 5:14
Produced by Epik The Dawn
Written and Performed by Robert E. Nichols Jr
Backing Vocals: Royal Dyne
Recorded at Luv 2 Flow Entertainment - Detroit, MI
Engineered by Tobias "Profit" Smith
Mixed and Mastered by Bryan "Shordeli" Shortell

Executive Producers: Robert E. Nichols Jr. & Kwesi D. Curry
Robb Nickels and The Get Money Project © 2017 Nickel Bag Records. All rights reserved
CD Cover Artwork by Robert E. Nichols Jr. for MarRob Productions

The Get Money Project is the first release from a 3 part series that I'm calling The Get A Life Project. This EP concentrates on the getting money aspect of our lives. We all know we need it to survive and we all know the luxuries money affords us. On this EP, I tried to give you a glimpse into the lives of those that are having the success that most of us dream of. It was my way of painting a picture through sound; a picture that makes you say, "I can have all that I dream of, if I go hard for my dreams."
Getting this EP done was one crazy roller coaster of a ride. I had a lot of set backs getting it complete. I suppose that's fitting, considering how much time that has gone by since my last professional release. The Get Money Project represents that one thing that has the most influence in the average person's life, and that's the ability to Get Money or Not Get Money.

Robb Nickels would like to Thank: First and ABSOLUTELY Foremost I want to give all honor, power and praise to The Universal Father. He who we call The Most High. He Who if he had not created, nothing would exist. I want to give thanks and honor to all of the angelic and light beings that protect me and guide me along life's course. I want to thank everybody that worked on this project. Robin Wesley, Tobias "Profit" Smith, Epik The Dawn, Blasian Beats, Bryan "Shordeli" Shortell, Mario Walden, Kwesi Curry
I want to thank my daughter Royal Dyne for keeping me hip with the times and encouraging me to fulfill my lifelong dream. I want to thank my sons Delandre and William for always believing in their Dad, and my Lil Mola. You have grown up into such a lovely flower. Dad loves you all! My wonderful sisters Renee and Cynthia that support me to the fullest. My forever in Life sisters Debbie, Rochelle and Audrey. Thank you to my nieces Derisa, Brianna, Tanae and Idreanna, my nephews Demarco, Richard Murda Rich Poole III, Mark Ballout Cut Ware, Dejuan, and Andre. Thank you to all my Ford, Bush, Smoot, Price, Ware, Cobb Family- with Special shoutouts to Coco, Dinky, Kenny, Johnny, Valisa, Vanessa, Treasa, Punkin, Sandy, Vivian, Rachel, Tosha, Bryan Smoot (It's going down cuz. I'll be to see you) My young cuz Lamicka Brooks, Cuz Kendric, My cousins Bro and Scoob, Tone, Boob, Sid and Skillet. T-Ware, D-Ware Mike Ware, cousins Butch and Marlene, Chubb, Dwight, Peanut, Brenda, Laverne and William. Cub Cub Mike D. Smith and Dem Smith Brothers, Pone, Cap and Edwin. I want to thank my Best Friend on the PLANET Quentin "Q Heffner Entertainment" Sharpe for teaching me the fundamentals of Hip Hop and for always being a friend through thick and thin. My dawgs Juan Black, we got some stories bro, and Rob "DJ Dollas" Smith and The WHOLE Broadnax family, my dawg Robert Wright Jr and the Wright family The Love and Ambrose family, The Duncan Family, The Poole family, The Smiths,The Miller Family, peace Big Homie Rich Mill, The Burton Family, The Trusel Family, my dawg Benny Ray, The Gholston Family, My man Big Neal, My old skool homeboy Rumple, The Cook family and Drew Families, The Flennory family, The Adams family, Rollin like my man Nolen Adams, Nigel, Travis, Norman, RIP Nevelle Adams, The Garrett family, The Campbell Family, The Peterson Families, The Johnson Family, Yo JJ what up doe? The Jacksons, The Askews, Hood Patriarch Jamo. Man Jamo was my dude. Jamo was old when I was little and lived a long time after that and didn't miss a beat! My mans Boo Boo and Terrance,, The Whole Black Family. I got so many great memories. Thank you for those. My man Ray Jose and The Joseph family, The Sharpe family, truly my second home as a kid and still so much love till this day, The Marzett family, The Jacobs family, my man Calvin Jacobs, Thank you for always trying to help me succeed, The Wathell family (I hope I spelled that right), My next door neighbor like no other Chilly Will P, My pops favorite homeboy Carl "Rocket Man" Dickens, The Holmes family, My other next door neighbor LEXXO and The Willingham family, man without Lexxo a lot of stuff I did in my youth couldn't have happened. Thank You bro, The Cooley family, My homegirl Shamika, The Atkins family, The Dukes family, The Tollivers, The Porter family, shout out to my homie Ant Porter, The Heard family, Cap Heard, Big E what up doe?, My old skool homeboy Chuck, The Jordan family,The Cosey family, The Taylor family, The Cole family, The Kinney family, Monte and Rick What up Doe? The Ward family, The funnest and most genuine family I've ever met, The Buckman Family. Everybody in that family is one of my favorite people. That's no lie. Will, Damon, Seba, Rai, Don Bo, Jamal, Taya, Nae, ALL of the aunts and uncles, Mr and Mrs Buckman, Grandma Berry, EVERYBODY. I love that family
ALL of My SouthWest Detroit people. All my Detroit peeps. I want to thank everybody that has wished me well and supported me over the years. Its so many people that I just don't have the space to write you all in but I'm going to do a video shout out to included everybody I can think of.
My industry family Thee Posse, Jewel Silas, Muritza, Doc Chill, Chuck, Don, Steady Rock, Boss, Karyl Laws, Mike Machete, D Flow, B Love, Shotgun and Sniper, Eric "PirateBamBam" Cea, Cook, MC Iroc, BDef, Gangsta Krhyme, King Tank, Nikki Nik, RIP DJ Delicious, Mu Jahid, Jerel Smith, Kapp Ivory, DJ Billy T, and TJ, DJ Wax Tax N Dre, and DJ Fingers, Roy Brence, Infinity Breed, my lil brother J Oneal, Mustafa Ali, T Go, Nation, Dez Andres, DJ Butta, Sleepy Hollow and Final Fantasy, Dre Higgs, Lazarus, Young RJ (Slum Village), Darell Strickland, D Street, Stonewall, Mike and Amber Loude, Mr. Wrong, DJ Pest, Pepper White, DezWil, and you too if you reading this.
I want to thank everybody. If I didn't list you here, No worries I got you.

Super Dope Shoutouts to a few people that has supported me and this project, in particular, so much I have to say thank you: My young dawg Logan "Wolverine" Hillegas. Thanks for being there pushing me to get this project done. We about to boss up on these fools. Manuel Torres, Jose Alva, Jason Swenders, Jason Kennedy, Lewis Smith, Frank Morris, Linnon Stylz, Will Davis, Tiffany Wahl, Kristine Kogo-Potter, Slim the Boss and Dee Dee Booker, Adam Glidden, Linda KInder, Stephanie Wahl, Mark "Nev" Walden for always keeping me in the game bro. We Winning forreal now! And Janet Harris for always believing in a brother.

This EP is dedicated to those dear ones that we lost. Phyllis J. Nichols (mom) Robert E. Nichols Sr (dad) Andre Ware (brother) Nita Brooks, Mike Brooks, Marcel Hamilton, Anna Hamilton, Geronimo Patton, Terry and Janise Cabell, (cousins) Ronnie Psyke Barnes, Demarco Reese, Ray Hummingbird, Tone Austin, Eugene Johnson, James Mullins, Patrina Moore, Jay Weathers (friends). David Martin and Nunulu Duncan. My brothers for life.




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