It is official "Money or Me" Matthew Schultz feat. Jim Jones. VH1's Love and hip hop star and rap legend Jim Jones teams up with the #1 indie artist Matthew Schultz on his new hit single "Money or Me." Release date coming soon!
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PRLog (Press Release)Dec. 26, 2012
- "Money or Me" was written and recorded by Matthew Schultz originally featuring King Dave. This original track was produced by his long time Executive Producer Armando Guarnera. This song mixes Hip-hop and Rock and is a fresh new sound for Urban Music. Schultz is currently recording the new version of "Money or Me" with Hip-hop legend Jim Jones.
Matthew Schultz had a good relationship with Jim Jones after they met on the set of “Dancing on Me”. Schultz helped Jim with the video production and was featured as the limo driver in the beginning of the video. Matthew Schultz considers Jim one of the most talented artists in the game. Jim is currently the star of 2 Reality TV Shows "Love & Hip-Hop" & "Chrissy & Mr. Jones." Both series based on his life and experiences in the music industry. He also started a clothing line called "Vampire Life." "To have him as a feature on my new track Money or Me is a huge accomplishment." states Schultz.
After playing guitar in Chris Daughtry's first band, Matthew developed a passion for not only music but performing. Although his path slightly diverged into financing, becoming Vice President of Business Development for Residential Finance Corp. and partnering up with Mortgage expert Barry Habib (Producer of hit Broadway play Rock orf Ages). He has not strayed far from the industry. Matthew had a role in an award-winning short Redemptio, and was cast for a role in the new Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises. Adding on top of it a role in the anticipated comedy Sleeping Around and being featured in DJ Webstar's 'Dancing on Me' video, Matthew has a promising future ahead of him. Behind the camera Matthew is partners with Ali Abouomar in producing and financing a multitude of films over the next five years. These range from independent to Hollywood films.
"Money Or Me" is climbing up the Indy Artist charts in the Hip Hop and Rock fusion categories. He is creating a serious buzz in the industry & is currently ranked #1 on Reverbnation for singer/songwriter in Northeast, #4 in the US and #6 in the world. (http://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/14407969). Matthew Schultz has a suave look and a smooth sound. His deep full voice has been associated to a new age “Johnny Cash” with a Hollywood look. He has a James Dean type demeanor with a little bit of a rock star edge.
With a full on marketing campaign and the buzz growing, Matthew Schultz, is fast dominating the scene. Matthew is also working on recording another single "Right heart, wrong time" and "Agent Man". Matthew is currently recording with Legendary Armando Guarnera, one of the industry's most brilliant musician/producers. Armando has been such a positive role model and inspiration in Matthew's music career.
Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Vol. 224 Hosted by Kendrick Lamar will definitely be one of the hottest mixtape albums to end 2012 bringing the new year in with a bang. Matthew Schultz is exploding on the music scene & is ready to make is mark in the industry.
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- New Artist Matthew Schultz was selected to be featured on Kendrick Lamar's New Mixtape Album by Coast 2 Coast volume 224 with his new hit song "Money or Me." Matthew Schultz is featured on this Album with other popular artist's like T.I., Andre 300...0, A$AP Rocky, J Cole and Kendrick Lamar himself whom is also hosting this mixtape.
"Money or Me" was written and recorded by Matthew Schultz featuring King Dave. An original track produced by Armando Guarnera it brings the essence of hip-hop with a smooth rock twist! This is a fresh new edgy sound for Urban Music. Not his first rodeo, Matthew got his start in a band with rocker Chris Daughtry and has been involved in many industry projects. Schultz is currently recording a version of "Money or Me" with Hip-hop legend Jim Jones.
Matthew has been creating a lot of buzz in the music industry and among the industry heavy hitters! Ranked #1 on Reverbnation for singer/songwriter in northeast, #4 in the US and #6 in the world. His deep soulful voice has been recognized as a new age “Johnny Cash” with a suave “Hollywood look and swagger”. YMPR put out “He has a James Dean type look & demeanor with a little bit of a rock star edge; Matthew Schultz is James Dean and Johnny in one!”.
Kendrick Lamar, under Dr. Dre, sold over 241,000 copies of his new album, "good kid, m.A.A.d city." in late October and featured #2 on the Billboard charts only behind Taylor Swift. Lamar’s album had 2.8 million streams on Spotify in the United States in one week, the second-best showing for a new album this year on that service. His hit single "Swimming Pools" is blazing all over the radio stations around the world. A$AP Rocky also featured on this mixtape Teams With Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar on 'F--kin Problem.'
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Vol. 224 - Kendrick Lamar, Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes
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A crackling fire, family & friends, the only thing missing from this vintage Christmas scene is the melodic sounds of George A. Santino.
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“The Magic of Christmas,” is an original song which was written by George A. Santino and Larry R. Bridges; includes a violin solo from local artist Geoffrey Castle; produced, mixed and mastered by Erich Benedict of With an H Media. “Christmas is my favorite time of year. I hope that my fans enjoy this album as much as I enjoyed the experience of recording it,” says George A. Santino.
Be touched this Christmas and watch the memorable video of The Magic of Christmas on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAf7l8wShHk&feature=yo...
The Magic of Christmas can be purchased right now on Itunes. https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-magic-of-christmas/...
and CD Baby (http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/georgeasantino4), available on Amazon;
http://www.amazon.com/The-Magic-of-Christmas/dp/B00A95SN1O physical albums are available on http://georgeasantino.com.
“Listening to George sing.. you can tell that this is definitely a man that sings from the heart!!”
-- Robert Coronado, Amazon customer.
“You can't go wrong here because as much as folks like all the classic stuff, it's nice to get something new that genuinely works for Christmas.”
-- Charles Wheeler, Amazon customer.
Mr. Santino has many Frank Sinatra-inspired recordings but with his own touch, he is carrying on the nostalgic music into the new generation. Debuting album “Come Fly With Me,” was released in summer of 2012 as a collection of crooner hits. “That’s Life” debuted as #1 on Amazon’s Hot New Releases in Swing Jazz. George's music video for “Come Fly With Me,” raved with over 18,000 views and was well received by jazz music fans all over the world as well as the media.
The Jazz Times reported, “George A. Santino has launched yet another fulfilling career—that of smooth crooner of the Great American Songbook.”
George was born in Philadelphia, PA to a poor family growing up in a housing project where poverty and violence were prominent. George learned early on that he had to work hard to get ahead, he has a uniquely American story to tell.
George A. Santino longed for a career in the music business since childhood. Music never left the back of his mind, however he shelved his dream to provide for his family. After fulfilling a rewarding career at Microsoft, he was able to return to his childhood dream of performing and storytelling.
To learn more, visit http://georgeasantino.com/
Basically if you don't buy health insurance your going to be penalized for not having it. Who do you think will up hold this law, that's right a tax agent. Wrong on so many levels! ~ Covan Magee
In a victory for President Barack Obama, the Supreme Court upheld his signature health care law's individual insurance mandate in a 5-4 decision, upending speculation after hostile-seeming oral arguments in March that the justices would overturn the law. The mandate has been upheld as a tax, with Chief Justice John Roberts, a Bush appointee, joining the liberal wing of the court to save the law. The court's four liberal justices agreed that the individual mandate should be upheld as part of Congress' power to regulate interstate commerce, but Roberts disagreed, and wrote that the mandate is actually a tax, despite the Obama administration's reluctance to describe it that way during the bill's passage. In its argument to the court, the government left open the possibility that the mandate is a tax, but did not rely much on that argument. Under the law, people who do not have health insurance will have to pay 1 percent of their income to the IRS starting in 2014. (There are exceptions for some religious beliefs and financial hardship.)
"If an individual does not maintain health insurance, the only consequence is that he must make an additional payment to the IRS when he pays his taxes," Roberts writes. He adds that this means "the mandate is not a legal command to buy insurance. Rather, it makes going without insurance just another thing the Government taxes, like buying gasoline or earning an income."
A footnote flagged by SCOTUSblog's Amy Howe explains the reasoning further. "Those subject to the individual mandate may lawfully forgo health insurance and pay higher taxes, or buy health insurance and pay lower taxes. The only thing that they may not lawfully do is not buy health insurance and not pay the resulting tax."
Justice Anthony Kennedy, usually the court's swing vote, dissented, reading from the bench that he and three conservative justices believe "the entire Act before us is invalid in its entirety." In a 65-page dissent, he and Justices Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito dismissed Roberts' arguments, writing that there is a "mountain of evidence" that the mandate is not a tax. "To say that the Individual Mandate merely imposes a tax is not to interpret the statute but to rewrite it," they write.
Twenty six states sued over the law, arguing that the individual mandate, which requires people to buy health insurance or face a fine starting in 2014, was unconstitutional. Opponents cast the individual mandate as the government forcing Americans to enter a market and buy a product against their will, while the government countered that the law was actually only regulating a market that everyone is already in, since almost everyone will seek health care at some point in his or her life.
Before oral arguments in March, polls of Supreme Court experts and scholars showed that most believed the mandate would be upheld as an exercise of Congress' power to regulate interstate commerce. But after justices seemed deeply skeptical of the mandate in oral arguments in March, the consensus flipped, with most experts guessing the court would strike down the law.
House Republicans have vowed to repeal the entire law, though it's unlikely the Democratic-controlled Senate would let that happen, and this decision may slow momentum for that move. "Today's ruling underscores the urgency of repealing this harmful law in its entirety," House Speaker John Boehner said in a statement.
Though the sweeping, 1,000-page plus law passed more than two years ago, much of it will not go into effect until 2014. That's when states will have to set up their own health insurance exchanges, Medicaid will be expanded by 16 million low-income people, and Americans will have to buy health insurance (for many, with a government subsidy) or pay a penalty of 1 percent of their income to the IRS. Employers who have more than 50 employees and don't offer insurance will also begin to face a penalty. Insurers will no longer be able to turn away people with preexisting conditions, or charge people higher premiums based on their gender or health.
An estimated 32 million uninsured people will gain coverage under the law.
Many of the more popular provisions of the law have already gone into effect, including a regulation saying insurers have to let children stay on their parents' plans until they are 26 years old, which 2.5 million Americans have already taken advantage of. Insurers can also no longer turn away children with preexisting conditions, and sick uninsured people can buy coverage in high-risk pools set up by the government.
Despite this intentional front-loading of consumer friendly, popular provisions of the law, the American public is pretty evenly split on the law's benefit. Slightly more people wanted the Supreme Court to strike down the law than uphold it in a recent poll.
Source: Liz Goodwin Yahoo News
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