This project is simply serving as a prelude to his next project, ‘The Happening’*, which will be more like a free album. Score, along with Frank Ramz and a few other close friends, are apart of the Kamo Campaign. A movement in which Score started initially because he loves the camouflage print on clothing. But he ended up changing the C to a K and turning Kamo into an acronym that stands for Knowledge And More Os. This is because they are all trying to acquire both more knowledge and more money in our lives.
Detroit’s Own Ty Farris is back months later after his very successful “Champion Hoodies N Hennessy” mixtape with another project “Tyrant”. On this project he focus more on story telling and his lyric’s to paint […]
We world premiered our latest project Where The Streets Have No Name this weekend on imeem.com, our music player got over 260,000 views in just 2 days. Featuring our production as the backdrop for street anthems from the likes of: Lil Wayne, Bun B, Young Buck, Talib Kweli, K’naan, & much more[…] […]