Dominican-born rap artist Klass Money launches website

Klass Money, Dominican-born rapper

Dominican-born rap artist Jefferson Scotland, also known as Klass Money, has recently launched his official website

The artist is now signed with Miami-based record label Route Change Music Group and has digital distribution with Island Def Jam.

The artist has been on a rise since 2007 with his first underground mix tape release, entitled “Get Rolled Ova”, which was hosted by former MTV and XXL featured DJ, who is now rap superstar, Noreaga’s official DJ, DJ EFN.

Since then, Klass Money has managed to release two more official mix tape projects, radio commercials, seen in cameos, performed at several venues and has recently presented us with his first commercial release entitled 2000 N Mine on Feburary 8, 2011.

2000 N Mine is digitally distributed through Island Def Jam and can be found on iTunes, Amazon and all other online retail outlets.

The artist is now back in the studio working on his new album entitled First Klass and promises to deliver a phenomenal project!

Be sure to check out Klass Money’s Official Website and also check out his video ” behind the scenes of Photoshoot”

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  1. blah blah blah
    April 15, 2011

    leave de man move! stupppesss allu dominicans too like to down talk people! so you doh like his music, who tell you, you have to listen to it? stuppppessss…allu just have to open allu man eating his steak and shrimps though, while allu dere wif allu fig and dasheen seeing misery…i really cannot understand jean dominique uno..saqweh tebeh!!!!!! go and make allu song nuh, since is allu dat know best..

  2. sooooooooo coooooooool
    March 31, 2011

    When u make no money from the game u gotta get a job.. how u gonna find work with that bigg azz hand tat? :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  3. Music Lover
    March 30, 2011

    So just to everyone who bad talking the guy about the language and content of his lyrics…take another quick listen to the hip hop and R&B and even rock….even Dominica’s music….take a look at artists like Nicki Minaj…she from Trinidad…regardless if you are a fan or not..she made it doing her thing didnt she? doesnt she cuss in her raps as well…guess what..she is making quite a living off it..and everyone is listening to her music. Same here with Klass. ..

    If you want to talk about ‘destructive’ music….listen to Dancehall today…its not just a hip hop lifestyle. It is what it is…..

    Big Up Klass Money.

  4. real recognize real
    March 30, 2011

    Jeffy boy, you finally doing what you always said you would. im proud of your achievement.
    now its time for you to make a steo towards the One who gave you talent to suceed, Jehovah God.

    stay focused dude. and remember the lil ones.

  5. Neutral
    March 30, 2011


  6. Chakademus
    March 30, 2011

    Did you guys listen to the lyrics? I could not get past the second line. Disgusting, distasteful. Do you need to use that kind of language to make it? You not representing me with that kind of tripe.

      March 30, 2011

      i agree with u i am a shame to be a dominican if this guy become popular and BET will never approve him with his videos so i wish him luck with his giggs

      • Woozier
        March 30, 2011

        BET is not the norm Any longer.. Goes to show how much u know about rap music.. Now a days it’s all about indi and doing u.

    March 30, 2011

    So much hatred and negativity! It seems Y’all would’ve been happier if he had made the news under a heading like “Dominican is Hit Man in Miami”. Its Just like you people to keep trying your best to bring each other down! Then y’all wonder what’s wrong with the country when y’all realize how backward it is and politicians fighting each other for power instead of trying to make things better for the people! Let the young man do his business his was its taking him far! Where the hell are y’all!?

    Sky is the Limit Jeff! Still you RISE!

  8. floridiana
    March 30, 2011

    klass money is one of the most consistent local artist in miami, its good too see how he keeps growing, this dude is definitely on his way to the top… keep killin em klass

  9. Anonymous
    March 29, 2011


    • SLAM
      March 30, 2011


  10. Anonymous
    March 29, 2011

    what’s the point.? lyrics are ignorant.
    niggas? bitches? mo fu*ka’s?

  11. Og Kush
    March 29, 2011

    Why are so many of the Comments being Disliked ? The Dude got some Real Good Tracks … Good Lyrics … Hope he reaches Far man …

    March 29, 2011

    i listen to the music on ur website….its super talent,,,,,keep it up.

  13. Woozier
    March 29, 2011

    That make it to tha top song sounds tuff!! Who is your producer or producers?? All it takes these days are catchy hooks and a good beat u will go far! Wish you best of luck young man.

  14. da real hmmmmmmmmmm!!!
    March 29, 2011

    yh listened 2 da 2000 n mine tune… not bad ….needs sicka beat .. sing bout smtn order dan gettin rich … to big of a damn cliche dem time … still respect my boi… link smokie yl could make a bad colabo

    • Droe-Boy
      March 30, 2011

      U know how many smokies around? Lol

  15. CSP
    March 29, 2011

    Keep doing you hommie … you pushing your self… but you need to big up country a bit more !

  16. see me
    March 29, 2011

    keep yall eyes open for ma boy smokie!!! u kno wa tym it is the real deal

  17. Anonymous
    March 29, 2011

    You suck at rapping

  18. karl puss
    March 29, 2011

    Jae!! you doing good my boy it was a good thing u left DA dont worry bout dem DOM in CANS i know your talent and you will go FAR real FAR

    100% support

  19. dominican4eva
    March 29, 2011

    nice songs!

  20. salop
    March 29, 2011

    Nice…open the door for more Dominican young talent…Good look brother,music is music…Reach for the sky.

  21. Bram-Bram
    March 29, 2011

    May the blood of Jesus Christ cover you and may you use your talent to bring glory to His name.

  22. BUCK$
    March 29, 2011

    Shame on you people……whether is rap, country, gospel, R&B people get paid well for Music, and “rap” is not just rap music its a lifestyle the HIP HOP lifesytle. So if you chose to follow that lifestyle then it’s all up to you, but I believe dominicans should be Humble and proud when fellow dominicans make it to position that were never available…..these guys are opening the gateway for many up and cominig artist regardless of the Genre of Music and rap music is one of the most popular music amongst the youth today… think what you want but rap is just another way of expressing your feelings through song and i persoannly enjoy it. With that Said

    :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

    • Mel-ç
      March 29, 2011

      you better tell dem padna!! dats what deeze fools aint tryno understand!!! its a WAY that needs to be opened!!!!!
      JAH some of our ppl r sooooooooooo ignorant!!!

    • TeteMorne I from....
      March 29, 2011

      Klass, is this YOU? Just asking…. :lol:

    • faith
      March 30, 2011

      well said………………….he’s a Dominican making it big and we Dominican should be proud…

    • Anonymous
      March 30, 2011

      Yes bro but we all have a social responsibility so a man still needs to check his lyrics and deliver a message that will make sense. And Hip hop and Rap are not the same thing. Hip Hop is a lifestyle with many pillars but Rap is just the musical element. We need a return to old school hip hop values which educates and uplifts the plight of the ghetto youth …it doesnt rant on about bling and pimp sh*t. Real artists are Mos Def etc not this rangle tang thing.. It is not good.. I have been in the game over 20 years…the way this genre is progressing is not good…

    • Rokwell
      March 30, 2011

      I agree with you Bucks black culture needs to grow and the only way that can happen is by dealing with black people world wide excepting n learning from their culture and adding on to yours as we are all Africans spread around the world.

      Hip Hop has given a voice to the poor and struggleing world wide without hip hop Martin luthers dream of one day seeing blacks and whites together would not come true

      without hip hop we would not have Obama in office hip hop fought for the rights of not only blacks but human beings world wide as today we dress hip hop talk hip hop dance hip hop and not even aware.

      we need to grow as a culture and the only way to grow is by stopping these negative talks and thoughts of each other and learn from each other as hip hop is teaching open minds are needed for the future generation.


      • been in the game over 20 years
        March 30, 2011

        if you talk about 80’s rappers perhaps yeah…but the new school are failing badly and spewing garbage…

  23. Anything goes
    March 29, 2011

    haters, all you finally get somebody to put all you on the map, do we hear Rihanna singing soca, bouyon music aint getting us on the map either so instead of being proud of the man all you hating, all those disgusting songs they singing during carnival i aint hearing a complaint about them. Congrats young man, only thing some Dominicans good for is to bring other down.

    • SADIST
      March 29, 2011

      ya disgusting songs. but they don’t potray violence :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

  24. Eyes Wide Open
    March 29, 2011

    I’m not so into the rap scene anymore, but i listened to the track 2000 N Mine on YouTube, simply out of curiousity. And you know what, it sounds good. So my dear countrymate if that’s where your calling is, gow with it full speed ahead. Good luck!

  25. yah Man
    March 29, 2011

    a-a i remember you living wallhouse..big up..good luck

  26. SADIST
    March 29, 2011

    really looks like a g. just now u gone hear he dead.or in jail.chek his tatoo

    • karl puss
      March 29, 2011

      sadist u just a jack

      • SADIST
        March 29, 2011

        YAW YAW come and get one na.

  27. knicks
    March 29, 2011

    omg…all the best 2 u sweetie..havn’t seen u since convent prep and grammer school..all the best hun!!

  28. hmmm
    March 29, 2011

    cuty good luck

  29. Muslim_Always
    March 29, 2011

    I do not support the rap artist way of life. These programmes have been very destructive to our youth. Many rappers use foul language, the lyrics interfere with our student’s writing.

    Secondly, our young boys want to emulate the bling bling culture, their pants falling down as if they are eager to go to the toilet.

    This as well as many other reasons I will not support this profession Jefferson. I pray Allah guides you like Napoleon and other rappers who have left this materialistic bling bling way of life and embrace Islam.

  30. ny
    March 29, 2011

    its about time

  31. Always Concerned
    March 29, 2011

    Maybe I had the wrong Youtube song, but if this is what we talking about, then I find nothing here to be proud of. Nada…This is very Weak Stuff..

    check this

  32. dominican
    March 29, 2011

    keep doing what you do………blessings!

  33. Anonymous
    March 29, 2011

    Good luck, represent responsibly, May God guide you through.

  34. Danny Scotland
    March 29, 2011

    Big Move Klass…. Keep pushing it

  35. kim
    March 29, 2011

    Congrats jefferson!!

  36. mouth of the south
    March 29, 2011

    do ur thing brethren,,,, if the producers n engineers in d/ca was helpful,, then many young people would be making music,,, they don’t want to show u how to use reason,,, pro tools,, autotune,,,etc,,, every thing is a beg,,,, pass on the knowledge,,, i believe the d.s.c must start a music engineering course

    • Anonymous
      March 29, 2011

      yes dey shud…hav me wasting my time up deh…
      anoda ting is dat most if not all de producers an engineers i dca r self made…there fore teachin others wud be a challenge as dey wudn kno how to present wat dey kno in a manner that som1 wud understand… advice…..invest ALOT OF HOURS ON YOUTUBE AN SIT BEHIND UR EQUIPMENT AN JUS PLAY WIT D SOFTWARE AN SEE WAT U GET AS A RESULT

    • the producers
      March 29, 2011

      Mouth of the South, you keep sing the same song that the producers do not want to show others to use the music software. You can purchase it yourself and be selftaught. You can go on youtube and there are many free teachers there. Its been know that the muscian in Dominica never like to pass the information on. Do not waste your time waiting to learn from them.

    • nose of the north
      March 29, 2011

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