Aucklander P-Money (Peter Wadams) is regarded as one of New Zealand's pre-eminent producers and DJs. He shot to mainstream recognition in 2002 for his work with hip hop hero Scribe on 'Stop The Music'. The number one single featured on Scribe's double platinum-selling Magic City. Awards followed, including Best Male Solo Artist and Best Hip Hop Album at the 2005 NZ Music Awards. P-Money has produced records for the likes of Che Fu, David Dallas and Aaradhna. In 2008 he hit number one on both the singles and radio airplay charts with the pumping Vince Harder collaboration 'Everything'.