681 (1998); Crossphade Muzic / Crossphade Family

After the success of "Behind Enemy Lines," DJ Suicide named his collection of artists, the "Crossphade Family," and went on to release the second CD compilation called "681" (the prefix of zip codes in Omaha).  Jay Money, still serving his prison bid, now on work release, snuck to the recording studio to record his songs for this project, which he did in one hour.  Jay Money was featured on the solo songs, "Show Ya Skillz" with female vocalist, Tyra, and the battle cut, "One Hundred A Head."  He was also featured on the RKO song "Ashy Palms" (produced by Jay Money) and the title posse cut, "681."  This project is available online at iTunes or by contacting Crossphade Muzic Publishing.