MoSS returns with this crazyÂ “Emotional Redux.”
Canadian born (and a Toronto resident), MoSS may be a new name to some in the music game, but his production credits are instantly recognizable and have resulted in over 2 million record sales worldwide. Ghostface Killahâ€™s smash hit â€œKilosâ€, Raekwonâ€™s â€Have Mercyâ€, Obie Triceâ€™s entire Special Reserve album and most recently a collaborative album with Eternia (At Last which was released on Fatbeats).
MoSS got his first taste of notoriety by working with Obie Trice (Shady Records) around 2000. Moss was producing records for Obie, including both his independent singles â€Well Knownâ€ and the 12â€ â€œMr. Trice,â€ which created the buzz that eventually led to Obieâ€™s major label deal. Since then, MoSS has produced for a long list of â€œwhoâ€™s whoâ€ in the hip hop world, including: Joell Ortiz, Ghostface, Papoose, Peedi Crack, The Game, Slum Village, Boot Camp Clik, Red Cafe, Mr Easy, AZ, Bounty Killa, D-Block (Styles P and Sheek Louch), Termanology, Big Shug, M.O.P., Kool G. Rap, Ras Kass, Omilio Sparks, Proof of D12 and the list goes on.
Today, MoSS shares his all Detroit posse cut, “Emotional Redux,” and discussed his synergy and history with Detroit artists.