Trave Money started out entertaining crowds at the young age of twelve, drawing his inspiration from local Cashville artist Kool Daddy Fresh. During the time span of his mother working under Carylon Miller for Great Vizions, Miller had relocated to Atlanta to work with The Funkaholics, which well known artist Jazzy Fae was also a member of.
Trave Money at the age of fifteen continued to find and develop his own style while forming a group called Soljanize, with his cousin Brandon Harris and friend Reggie McClain. “We rocked a couple of shows at Nashville Street Fest,” states Trave Money. They later split up and he continued with the name Singalo.
“I started taking my career seriously when partnered with Nathaniel Simpson A.K.A Nate Tha Great when we formed our label Letz Go Get It Ent. The label consisted of us and an artist by the name of Unkle Mike, another childhood friend of mine. Things continued to get better and I moved to ATL the year of 2004 at the age of 18. At this time I started working with The In-Control Clique which included artist from all over Atlanta, New Orleans, New York, and Chicago. With my down south flow, crazy show swag and energy things manage to to keep peeking for me and Nate Tha Great.”
As the partnership continued to climb the ladder of success they were discovered at a Showcase by Columbia Records where things took a turn for the worse and a Deal was turned down by Manger Carylon Miller. Trave Money continued, “Well we looked for things to get better for us before worse. When funds got low and The Clique started to divide over who was the best and the worst everyone began going home.”
Trave Money and Manger Miller moved outside of Peachtree City to keep focused. Returning home in 2005 drained and down because of the out come of events Trave Money began to hit a low. Manger Carylon Miller continued to push, adding an artists by the name of Young Joc and Miss Behavin (Miss B. from the hit song “I Know You See It). Trave Money was at a stand still while they where on the road promoting “Bottle Action” by Miss Behavin. He performed live with her at The Tennessee State University Gentry Center. “It was not long before I saw Young Joc and her take off after later getting signed by Sean Puffy Combs AKA P.Diddy in 2006. By me becoming a father and dealing with legal battles I manged to get things back on the road and in 2008.” Trave Money and Nate Tha Great decided to take things on the road in his Hometown Grenada Mississippi where they got a lot of work done. By the year of 2010 the partnership had ended and Trave Money formed Heavy Ent. Trave Money stating,”Working on Self and getting my younger Artist by the name of Ealton Davis A.K.A G-Eazy on, starting back on my career hitting the ground running at a 100mph putting everything I learned from the game, Manger Carylon Miller and Boss John Smith for Marketing and Productions.”
Working a few Cashville Night Clubs; Roxy’s. Boots, Reverb, Love Noise etc..and learning too play too win later on of 2011 Trave Money and NateThaGreat rejoined with a label called The Premier Seat (TPS) after a huge local artist showcase . Heavy Ent,/The Premier Seat Ent. released their first mixtape, Trave Money Im Winning Vol 1..