Released: 21st June 1999.
Ex-House Of Pain member Erik Schrody had the good sense not to use his real name in building his solo career, which he has accomplished with some success in the USA. Recognition on this side of the Atlantic might be forthcoming with the issue of this slow, blues-tinged hip hop growl about the evils of money. Very listenable, but by no means bland.
This track should earn croaky Everlast a Top 30 hit. Its sound is very unlike any other song in the chart at the moment, and he deserves some success for it. However, the song isn't particularly catchy, and may lose out because of it.