"Sex, Love & Money" is a single by rapperMos Def. It was the lead off single from his long-awaited second album, The New Danger (2004). In comparison to his earlier works, the song has a more abstract structure, much like most of The New Danger.
"Sex, Love & Money" was accompanied by a video directed by Paul Hunter. In the video, Mos Def appears to play himself and visits a stripper nightclub, which becomes the setting for his performance. Unlike most big budget rap videos, it is relatively modest and has a shakey, disjointed documentary feel about it. This was probably intentional, since Hunter is well-known for extravagant and flashy music video presentations.