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UPDATE – 7:45PM EST – Here’s an exclusive update from A-Game’s Nova about the remix and any apparent drama surrounding it: “The song got leaked without our consent! Bloggers chose how they wanted to name the song. No one intentionally left anyone out of anything. Just for the record.”

Toronto, ON – This past summer A-Game and Luu Breeze released “Money Made Me Do It” and it became a huge hit across the city. Ryan Leslie was in Toronto for a show at the Mod Club yesterday (Oct 11th) and during his performance he previewed a verse on this song. Today, the official remix first appeared on 2DopeBoyz featuring R-Les’ bit. Check out the remix below.

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A-Game & Luu Breeze – Money Made Me Do It ft. Ryan Leslie (RMX)

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  1. Shabba Rankan

    Ryan Leslie’s verse was terrible… get back to the soundboard! That’s were your talent is.

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