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Mooks: Nothing but Hits

When Mooks first started to take music seriously in December 2018, he was paranoid of what others thought about him. He said “as soon as I stopped worrying about whatever one else had to say and what I wanted to do that’s when everything changed for me.” Mooks has always been very creative and enjoys what his work turns into. Mooks knows he has found his sound, he mentions “I know how to work with different genres and artist but I have a strong presence and I can adapt to anything that it makes me more versatile but with that being said I’m constantly learning and trying to improve on the craft of rap it’s a fast industry so trying to be out of the box and just doing different things is what I’m into” Mooks is glad he is able to sit back and watch the growth of himself as well as his music. He knows “that I (Mooks) can and will make it without any doubts in my mind. Me and my team have a plan we are going to stick to that plan and take ourselves all the way to the top.” 
Mooks, Life the Label, and The Bully Brand work off of the motto “Nothing but hits.” Mooks is currently finishing up the visuals from his last mixtape “Overlooked” which is available on all streaming platforms. Mooks and his team are also working on the “BULLY” album. Which is made up of the BULLY Brand. You should expect “commercials, photo shoots, trailers to documentaries, etc.” Mooks also mentions “This album is going to be life changing for me and my fans in many ways and is setting up the fans for amazing vibes from here”
Throughout Mooks’ life he has had people around him that have supported his journey. His friend Dezzy has been with him since highschool, his friends Dirt and Tone that got him really into music, as well as Kyp and his entire team currently, all the way from the producers, visuals and managers. Mooks is grateful for the City of Boston, he says “Boston is a city that will always be the home of the champions we dominate worldwide. It's time for even more to come out of it ! There’s so much talent here more than just school but true artist and entertainers and entrepreneurs scholars we have the finest melting pot and a strong community of African Americans that can truly take over if we get out of this rut of not wanting to see each other succeed and watching from the side lines. Building the community as one and taking over globally for multiple categories besides sports.” Mooks is ready for talent to take over and he plans to by making “Nothing but hits.”

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