Hard working rapper with collaborations featuring Snoop, YG and Game signs his first deal after completing national tours and enjoying commercial radio success
New York, NY (OPENPRESS) “I work everyday. That’s my job.” Los Angeles based rapper Joe Moses has made loyalty to his roots and his work ethic the foundation of an exploding career. Having met and surpassed milestones never even dreamed of by most independent artists, Moses has forged his rap career with AOB (All Out Bosses) comprised of close friends, family and a street team over 300 people deep in California alone. Together with his team, he has created momentum affording Moses a career boasting multiple tracks spinning on commercial radio, and collaborations with A-list artists Pit Bull, Trina, Snoop and The Game (“Ratchets”). Moses’ live shows have had him paired with Waka Flocka, Tyga , E40, Ty Dolla Sign and YG and even a stint of The Drake Tour. A constant innovator of the “new game,” Moses shined as the first west coast member of 1017 Brick Squad (Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame, OJ Da Juiceman), and has penned songs for some of the biggest names in the industry. He was named in the Top 5 Rappers in LA by Hip Hop Weekly, and even wrote an anthem for The University of Washington Huskies per their request. Joe Moses has done of this while staying independent. That is until now.
Pinnacle Records (www.pinnaclerecord.com) has put their full marketing and promotional team behind Moses’ upcoming record. The artist recently signed a million dollar joint venture with the label, who is set to drop Moses as their second release of the summer. Moses has chosen the perfect time to expand his team, and a perfect label partnership with which to do it. The debut of his latest video “Fresh Out” shows a current, evolved side of Moses and his recent music definitely lends itself to a larger audience. The label plans to reintroduce Moses to college campuses and festival crowds, and knows he will continue to distinguish himself as an artist, rapper and lyricist with crossover appeal.
Even with all of this, the rapper’s music and message will still stand firm within his experiences. He still “got the streets,” works hard and he still does life on a level no one can touch, signed or otherwise. Twist, his brother and head of AOB’s marketing initiatives, adds to the accolades, “Ive watch my lil bro go super hard since he got out of prison…BIG JOE WOULD BE PROUD TO SEE THIS DAY…He deserves it all hard work and dedication always pays off!”