If you liked Colonel Loud's "California," you'll love "Come to the Money," a Mr. Hanky-produced follow-up that turns the soul sampling madness to eleven. This could become a whole subgenre and hip-hop would be better off. With Fantasia's brother singing his ass off about how money is like sex, "Come to the Money" feels more like a Ricco Barrino solo record than anything else, even letting him spaz out on the bridge. Although it might not be able to replicate the success of "California," no one can be mad at Colonel Loud and Ricco's return to the well if it's gonna sound like 600 rays of sunshine.