Money United with Game was born LeErnest S. Evans on January 5,1983 in the small town of Brownsville,TN but raised in the Music City of Nashville, TN. Money United with Game got his start in the entertainment field at the age of 9, by way of his role as a background dancer for his mother's ex-husband's cover band. By the age of 11yrs old he wrote his first rap lyrics. During the pre-teen stages of his life, along side his little brother and a couple of cousins, Money United with Game performed for family reunions, birthday parties, and other family functions and events. While developing a passion for entertaining crowds with his talent to perform, he was also elevating his skill as a writer. From poems for school showcases and contests, to writing and co-writing lyics to original songs of his own. Money United with Game was known for his participation in the freestyle, cypher-like sessions held in the school hallways, but got his offfical stamp of approval during a performance he and his group members, at the time(Ca$hVillionaires),put on for a high school talent show in 1999. The raves and reaction of the crowd were astounding! The reaction from the audience gave Money United with Game the motivation and momentum that he needed to pursue his career as a hip hop artist. The group Ca$hVillionaires was able to record and produce a 6 song EP and gained a nice buzz on the local scene of Nashville rappers. A series of setbacks and difference of direction, caused the group members to go their seperate ways. Money United with Game established his own indie label and movement in 2003. In rememberance to his start, he named the brand Villionaire Status. The label founded by Money United with Game was able to release a total 9 CDs in a matter of 7 years, 4 of which were solo efforts from him. One of those 4 projects by Money United with Game gave the artists his first shot at national exposure. The mix tape titled "Money United with Game 2 (Da Standing Ovation)" (Available on itunes), was hosted and mixed by one of the biggest DJs in the southern region, DJ Smallz (Mr. Southern Smoke). Money United with Game has accomplished alot in his 10+ years as a hiop hop artist/songwriter, including an acting role in the indie film "Generational Curses". He is a 4x Nashville Independent Music Awards(NIMA)winner,i.e. Grinder of the Year, Best Male Solo Hip Hop Artist, and Artist of the Year. A Hip Hop In The Ville Award winner for Best Performer, as well as a member of the Cashville Hip Hop Movement. Money United with Game has appeared in the Nashville City Paper, Ozone Magazine, Concrete Magazine, and has received great reviews and mentions in several other publications online as well. Money United with Game has surpassed the role of just a hip hop artist by obtaining a certificate of concentration in the music field. With courses taken in the business of music, songwriting, and music publishing, give him the advantages he needed to take his career to the next level. Money United with Game has since moved to Atlanta, GA where he interns at Icon Studios Atl, networks with other artists and producers, and continues to perform, record, and write music for himself and others. He received his first official songwriting placement on the Chris Webby EP, "There Goes the Neighborhood", by inking the hook on the song titled "Through The Roof" produced by Ced L. Young. The EP debuted #1 on Billboard's Heat Seekers chart, giving Money United with Game a serious foundation as a songwriter and the self proclaimed writer name, "The Write Hook". Money United with Game, artist/songwriter/actor, is one of the most talented and hard working people you will meet. His passion for entertainment shows in his dedication for success.