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Me'Mo is #Flyah

Me'Mo is an African native, born and raised in the western part of africa "Nigeria". Me'Mo is by profession a software engineer, but he's love for music was always going to pull him away into the more urban euphoria which he enjoys.
 Classified as a NERD and social outcast growing up, Me'Mo was never one of the cool kids, hence he usually always finds himself backed against the wall. With very few friends, he was often found alone with he's thoughts and which helped mold this creative genuis as an artist. Influenced by Comics, video games, Cartoons and Anime, he created a virtual world which would later play a huge role in his music.
Me'Mo was first introduced to the world of music through he's dad who was a choir and lead vocalist at their local church, and also through the years of listening to classics from the greats "Michael Jackson (who was the kids idol growing up), Lionel Richie, James Brown, The Commodores" all who will later be a huge influence in helping him become a more diverse musician. 
Me'Mo's first ever musical experience was through he's cousin "Tozer" who at the time was learning the art of producing. Tozer came back home from America for the holidays and brought with him a demo CD to market in Nigeria, only to find out he's cousin "Me'Mo" was also interested in making music.
they both teamed up and worked on Me'Mo's first ever studio project "Street Hype" in 2006 which was he's first mixtape. Street hype had very little success, but that didn't deter Me'Mo's dreams and ambitions to further chase he's dreams. In 2008 the kid put out another mixtape cd "Tha Epidemic", after months of improving on his writing skills and total delivery, he was back in the studio again to work on some more music. Like every kid with ambitious parents, Me'Mo was faced with the decision to get an education or drop out of school to pursue a career in music. But that still was never going to slow him down, in between studying as a software engineer, he still made time to make music. in 2010 he dropped another mixtape "My Boombox" hosted by UK's tope DJ "DJ Sole". this time my boombox was successful, hitting the front page of datpiff and also making it to well over a 100 different blog sites, which would mark the start of a new transition for him.
After graduating as a software engineer, Me'Mo decided to focus more on what he always loved doing, making music. He reached out to long time producer "Smitty for Track'Bangas" who was also the producer for "Tha Epidemic and My Boombox" to record "Dark Empire" in 2011, and immediately a followup with "The Music Experience Vol-1". the music experience introduced Me'Mo to the world, the cd would go on to sell 20,000 hard copies. high from the success of the music experience Me'Mo decided it was time to take he's musical career to the next level, so he moved to atlanta right after he dropped "Finding Me'Mo" which is title date the most successful project he has released. Moving to Atlanta Me'Mo linked up with long time producer smitty for trackbangas and friend Fedarro and has since been working on he's first studio EP "The Music Experience Vol-2" with the first single of the EP "The Weekend" now out on iTunes.

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