The collective Internet Money spits out hit songs like an ATM. Producers Taz Taylor and Nick Mira have gone from selling beats off Youtube to making platinum records with artists that have taken over the charts.
Young Money, New Stars
- At 18, Taz dropped out of school and started selling beats online to pay for his mom’s cancer treatment. He teamed up with fellow teenage producer Nick Mira to navigate the music industry together.
- After a 17-year-old Mira produced Juice WRLD’s breakout hit “Lucid Dreams” in 2018, Internet Money launched the career of 16-year-old brace face Lil Tecca with the smash hit “Ransom” last year.
- Soon after, Internet Money signed a joint venture label deal with 10K Projects, ran by Elliot Grange, the son of Universal Music Group’s CEO Lucian Grange 💸
Gunning for #1 with Lemonade
- Now a collective of producers and artists all living in the same LA house, Internet Money released their full length album B4 The Storm this year.
- Featuring Gunna, Don Toliver, and Nav, the lead single “Lemonade” has hit #1 on Spotify in the US and landed in the top 10 on Billboard 🍋
- Internet Money’s signature melodic, guitar-driven production with emo rap lyrics is dominating the airwaves now. Iann Dior, whose song “Mood” just became the #1 song in the country, was originally signed to Internet Money.
- Written by Kirk Reed