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Mula M.O.E.

Mula M.O.E. is a rap group consisting of eight members, NiyaB, Lyne, Jene√®, Steel Bvlencii, REEMXREC, Finesse, Mizzo, and Jrocc. Mula M.O.E., starting off as only hip-hop decided that they have explored most, if not all genres of music. 
When asked how they group started, Mula M.O.E. responded with “Some of us have been friends since high school & came together for parties and we started a family. At the parties we’d freestyle and realized we all had potential.” When I first discovered Mula M.O.E., it was at LYF & FRIENDS SUMMER FEST. They hit the stage and Sonia went crazy. They started with a remix of City Girls’ hit song Act Up. The energy Mula M.O.E. had right off the bat was crazy. The group fit together like a tight knit family, they would huddle up and when the beat would drop they would all go crazy. In a small venue it is hard to get the crowd going, and Mula M.O.E. made it look easy.
Mula M.O.E.’s success has just begun, they have started to build a solid following and have been able to open for artists such as Dababy and Calboy. Mula M.O.E. has interviews that will be released soon as well as “More music, music videos, performances, promoting.” 
Lastly, when asked what the groups goal is music was they responded with “Our goal is to provide music open more doors & opportunities for our community and other communities.” Mula M.O.E. is a strong rap group that is about more than themselves, they are about their community which is what you want to see from a group like this. I look forward to what Mula M.O.E. does next, because their potential is endless.

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