“Mo Money Mo Problems” was the catalyst for my longstanding love affair with hip-hop and while I’m protective of it, I’m not mad about this remix. TBMA, which is short for The Bolivian Marching Affair turn the classic rap tune into a moombah dance floor mover. I’m partial to the melody in the beginning but as a whole, the song successfully breathes new life into an old staple. The remix is available for free via TBMA’s Facebook page.
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