DJ Tat Money

DJ Tat Money

Real Name:
Terence Alan Thomas
Profile:
A product of Philadelphia’s diverse Hip-Hop scene of the 1980s, turntable maestro Tat Money made his name as a local deejay before going on to achieve worldwide acclaim alongside fellow Illadelph resident Steady B, contributing both cuts and production to classic albums from the Philly emcee, including 1986’s “Bring The Beat Back” and its 1987 follow-up “What’s My Name” (which featured Tat’s timeless solo track “Rockin’ Music”).

An integral part of the infamous Hilltop Hustlers collective, which also counted Cool C and Three Times Dope as members, Tat Money stood alongside the likes of Jazzy Jeff, Cash Money and DJ Miz as yet another highly-skilled example of Philadelphia’s notoriously competitive deejay community.

With his contributions to Hip-Hop’s golden-age still remembered by many today, Tat has never stepped away from the turntables, currently performing alongside Special Ed, Chubb Rock, Kwame, Dana Dane and Monie Love as part of true-school crew The Alumni.
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DJ Tat Money Discography

Singles & EPs

KU-96223 Big Al (2) & Tat Money* Big Al (2) & Tat Money* - I Love Misses / Sunny Dayz & Dark Nights(12") Knuckle Up Entertainment KU-96223 US 1999 Sell This Version

Compilations

none DJ Tomekk, DJ Tat Money, DJ Clue DJ Tomekk, DJ Tat Money, DJ Clue - The Tabou Compilation Vol. II(CD, Comp, Promo) Tabou Berlin none Germany Unknown Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

none D.J. Tat Money* In Da Mix Volume 11(Cass, Mixed) Not On Label none US 1996 Sell This Version
none D.J. Tat Money* In The Mix Volume 13½(Cass, Mixed, Promo, D90) Not On Label none US 1997 Sell This Version
none D.J. Tat Money* In The Mix Volume 14(Cass, Mixed, Promo, D90) Not On Label none US 1997 Sell This Version
none D.J. Tat Money* In Da Mix Volume 15(Cass, Mixed) Not On Label none US 1999 Sell This Version

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Parleyking

Parleyking

May 12, 2013
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