Play-N-Skillz Among Winners at 22nd Annual ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Awards

Congratulations are in order for Dallas-based production duo Play-N-Skillz, whose work on Lil Wayne's "Got Money" was honored, along with 12 other 2008 rap songs, as the tops in its genre at this year's ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards on Friday night.

Granted, it was just one of four songs from Lil Wayne's Tha Carter III to earn the same honor, but, either way, a nice nod.

Tweeted the brothers Salinas after their win: "thank u lord for our blessings its never promised..latinos stand up ..more hardware for the crib"

Oh, the things you can express in 140 characters or less...

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