Stacking Platinum and Gold plaques by the dozen, Taz Taylor's Internet Money has emerged as the rap industry's dominant artist-producer collective. Coming through with their opening salvo in another banner year, Internet Money recruits YoungBoy Never Broke Again for "Flossin’," a brand new single. Produced by Bryceunknwn, JRhitmaker, its2ezzy, Y2Tnb, & Taz Taylor, "Flossin’" takes YoungBoy's bayou-bred sound and gives it the 4K treatment, layering glistening pianos over booming 808s and crisp handclaps and creating an ideal backdrop for the Baton Rouge native to talk his smack. YoungBoy introduces himself on the track like a pit bull, alternating bluesy croons with snapping cadences as he explains how his high-flying lifestyle invites hangers-on and makes it hard for him to figure out who to trust.
Coming later this year, Internet Money's upcoming album continues the collective's journey from type-beat titans to in-demand kingmakers. Just last year, Internet Money earned over 40 RIAA plaques on songs they produced, including hits by Juice Wrld, Polo G, Lil Tecca, and The Kid Laroi. In addition to the new wall full of plaques, IM producers Nick Mira and DT earned a GRAMMY nomination for their work on Lil Nas X's MONTERO. Internet Money found success as lead artists with the GOLD-certified "His & Hers," a sparkling collab with Don Toliver, Gunna, and Lil Uzi Vert, which debuted at #67 on the Billboard Hot 100, racked up over 26 million views on the Cole Bennett-directed video, earned a spot as one of the Top Global Tracks on TikTok, and received recognition from Complex, who named it the 26th best song of 2021. "His & Hers" was a worthy follow-up to their UK No.1 single "Lemonade" ft. Gunna, Don Toliver & NAV, the triple-Platinum, Billboard Top 10 2020 hit from B4 The Storm, Internet Money's star-studded first full-length.
After two years of cooking up hits and armed with a brand new studio in Santa Monica, CA, Internet Money is ready to show the world how much they've grown. With a guest list that mixes the rap game's biggest stars with its most notable rising names and über-talented Internet Money Records signees, the next Internet Money album looks to be the biggest step yet toward achieving Taz Taylor's industry-conquering ambitions. Stay tuned for much more.
"[Internet Money] grew into a music industry powerhouse that helped break stars like Juice WRLD and Lil Tecca, racking up dozens of Billboard hits and platinum plaques in the process." - Complex
"The group of beatmakers is dominating music-streaming services" - Billboard “It seems only inevitable that these guys are just going to continue to take the world by storm, one hit at a time.” - MTV
"Even if you aren’t familiar with L.A. production collective Internet Money, you’ve heard their beats. The group's sounds have powered some of hip-hop’s biggest records in the past couple years, from Rich the Kid's 'Plug Walk' and Juice WRLD's 'Lucid Dreams' to Drake's 'Blue Tint.' The group is helmed by Taz Taylor, a Florida native who — true to his collective’s name — has accumulated a fortune primarily through the internet." - The FADER
About Internet Money : Starting as a type-beat factory and growing into a global powerhouse, Taz Taylor and Internet Money have earned 3 Grammy nominations, 58 platinum plaques, 33 gold, and 14 Billboard #1 hits since 2018. The collective is behind some of the biggest rap and R&B hits of the past few years, including Juice WRLD's "Lucid Dreams" (1.3 billion Spotify streams), Trevor Daniel's "Falling" (#1 Billboard Mainstream Pop, 37 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 with #17 peak), Lil Tecca's "Ransom" (700 million Spotify streams, #4 Hot 100), and XXXTentacion's "Fuck Love" ft. Trippie Redd (the most-played song in SoundCloud history). With 2020's B4 The Storm album, and its triple-platinum single "Lemonade" ft. Gunna, Don Toliver & NAV, Taz Taylor and Internet Money confirmed their status as the music industry's most powerful hitmaking collective.
Internet Money was born out of necessity, a hybrid company that has filled in the gaps between the rap industry, the producer community, and the online marketplace. Disillusioned with the industry, and the way he saw rap producers being taken advantage of, Taz Taylor formed the collective in 2016 as a way to share the knowledge he’d gained from years spent selling his “type beats” online and navigating the internet’s ever-growing impact on the production landscape. Four years in, Internet Money has expanded as a collective, including Grammy-nominated producers like Nick Mira and JR Hitmaker, and produced for Drake, Trippie Redd, Juice WRLD, and many more. “When you’re in Internet Money, you get the same opportunities that I do, you’re gonna be working with the same artists that I’m working with, and getting credits with them,” Taylor says. “Instead of working with a bunch of people we don’t know, we just have our own network that’s one big family.” Following their success breaking major artists like Trevor Daniel, and co-producing his multi-platinum hit “Falling,” Taylor and Internet Money partnered with Elliot Grange’s 10K Projects in 2019 to launch their own label.
About Taz Taylor:
Taz Taylor has never cared about fame or clout. To hear the multi-platinum producer and Internet Money founder tell it, everything he’s done — from turning his online production hustle selling “type beats” into a $500,000 per year business to forming his own label — has been born out of necessity and guided by intuition. “I’ve been so tunnel vision during the last five years to make sure I got to this point,” he says. “It was just like, Let’s keep building.” Though the 27-year-old has only been in the industry for a few years, his accomplishments in that time have come at a staggering pace, notching, by his estimation, over 500 placements and around 200 gold and platinum plaques between himself and the other producers on his Internet Money team. As their leader, Taylor has quickly become a new sort of rap mogul, one who’s built his steadily growing empire from a deep knowledge of the ways music moves online, and he’s done it all from the humblest of beginnings.