#BeforeTheFame A-Money Talking About Leaving San Francisco, Working With Zaytoven, and More

The rising Asian San Francisco and Atlanta rapper A-Money stopped by to talk on the latest #BeforeTheFame series. He discusses why he moved to Atlanta and how he got started with his music career. Also how linked up with super producer Zaytoven for his new project that’s out now entitled ‘From the Bay to A‘. A-Money spoke about artists and producers he would like work with in the future and more.

Meet recording artist Alex “A-Money” Chan coming out of San Francisco, California but currently residing in Atlanta, GA. From the Bay to the A as he would say. He’s preparing himself to step in the shoes of the next big thing to hit the rap scene. Influenced by the new hip hop leaders like Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and Kodak Black, his southern demeanor but irrefutable lyrics are pushing him forward as he skillfully puts off a challenging aura, garnering respect and acclaim amongst his industry peers. His debut single titled “Hurry Up N Buy” featuring Pacman Viccz is expected to shake the culture up. What separates him from your average indie artist is that his debut album, From The Bay to A and upcoming mixtape, “Live from Clayco”, both are NFT’s. Some of his latest features to look forward to include the likes of 21 Diesel Slaughter (21 Savage’s artist) and a few more notable names. 

It takes a lot of heart and determination to drive across the country for 3 days straight pursuing a dream, but that’s exactly what he did. He’s driven by the love of money and powered by his drive to make relevant music during current times. He recently signed on with platinum producer Zaytoven in 2021 alongside building his team R.A.M. Entertainment in Atlanta to collaborate on his official debut. A-Money has been working in overdrive with Zaytoven and A&R Kavon Jacobs to create a crazy buzz in the streets that will hit with every kick.

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