Quiet as kept, Cory Mo has everything you need and want in a Hip-Hop artist. We say quiet because of the humble nature of his movement (you never seen him wildin’ out on YouTube) but that doesn’t reflect on the ferocity of his craft. If you want lyrics from a true-school perspective, you can check that off the list as he’s the latest artist to bolster Talib Kweli’s Javotti Media imprint.
As far as sizing up to the South’s relentless choke up on rap, that’s a no-brainer for he’s had the UGK certified stamp of approval for some time now.
And, not to mention he’s fully capable of producing his own beats. It doesn’t get more self-sufficient than that.
After paying his dues, like rappers are alleged to do, the time has come for his own solo outing. His debut, Take It Or Leave It is finally on iTunes after 730 days in the making. To coincide with the release, he dropped visuals for the single “It’s All Over” (which showcases the aforesaid lyricism) and “Chose Me,” which is still as fresh as the first time it dropped.
Scroll on through to check out the new clips and most likely, Mr. Mo will be gaining some new fans.