Everything (P-Money song)

"Everything" is a single released by New Zealand music producer P-Money. It features vocals by Vince Harder. It was released to the UK market on 7 September 2009 on 3 Beat Blue.

Single by P-Money featuring Vince Harder
from the album Everything
ReleasedSeptember 2008
GenreR&B, soul
Songwriter(s)P-Money, Vince Harder, S Hansen
P-Money singles chronology
"Stop the Music"

Release and chart performance

The single was released in New Zealand in September 2008 debuting at #40 on the RIANZ New Zealand Singles Chart, and peaked at #1 on 13 October. Vince Harder, the vocalist of the song, is known for portraying the lead role of Simba in the Australian version of The Lion King stage production.

The song was certified Gold in New Zealand with sales of 7,500+ after eight weeks and has currently spent 23 weeks on the chart.

Music video

The music video was directed by Rebecca Gin and P-Money and was produced by Fish 'N' Clips.

The concept was that having music around is like having a 'shoulder buddy', and he feels like he has a friend, even if his real-life relationship failed to blossom. Unfortunately, his music player was stolen, taking his shoulder buddy away from him, and leaving P-Money alone in the middle of the alley with only his unplugged headphones on.

Track listing

iTunes single
  1. "Everything" (feat. Vince Harder) 3:38
  2. "Everything" (feat. Vince Harder) [Instrumental] 3:38
  3. "Everything" (feat. Vince Harder) [Acapella] 3:20
iTunes Remixes EP
  1. "Everything" (Rap Remix) [feat. Scribe, David Dallas, PNC & Vince Harder] 3:28
  2. "Everything" (Magik Johnson Vocal Mix) 4:55
  3. "Everything" (Magik Johnson Dub) 5:44


Chart (2008) Peak
New Zealand Singles Chart 1[1]
ARIA Singles Chart 85
UK Singles Chart 138[2]

End of year charts

Year Country Chart Ranking
2008 New Zealand RIANZ End Of Year Singles #11[3]


  1. Steffen Hung. "P-Money feat. Vince Harder - Everything". charts.nz. Retrieved 15 February 2012.
  2. "CHART: CLUK Update 19.09.2009 (wk37)". Retrieved 14 May 2012.
  3. "The Official New Zealand Music Chart". Rianz.org.nz. Archived from the original on 7 February 2005. Retrieved 2012-02-15.
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