Soul Week: For The Love Of Money

For The Love Of Money is the song that Donald Trump uses as the theme song for his stupid teevee show, The Apprentice. It’s time to take this great Gamble-Huff-Jackson song back from Malaka Bad Hair. We’ll start off with the O’Jays burning down the house on Soul Train:

Todd Rundgren and Utopia recorded a synth driven version for their 1982 album Swing To The Right:

Finally, an oddity from the 1991 gangster film New Jack City. It’s a medley/mashup of For The Love Of Money and Stevie Wonder’s Living For The City recorded by Troop, Levert, and Queen Latifah: