Back in early 2010 a Charlotte, North Carolina based label Black Flag Records was kinda blowing up with the release of a DJ Green Lantern presented mixtape. That compilation featured joints from their talented roster of artists. Although there was lots of fire on that comp, one artist stood out to me with his unique and on point delivery. That artist, A.Moss went on to release a solo album and a couple features on other releases. After that… crickets. Not just from him… from the label too. What seemed to be a promising label, proved to be short lived.
Then at some point around 2014, I found A.Moss’ Soundcloud page and saw that he had posted something new! The new song was incredible… I was psyched to see that he wasn’t done delivering music. Then… crickets… for little longer. Anyway… fast-forward to sometime the following year or so when I tweeted to him an open offer to release music at blocSonic. Fast-forward a few more months… he tweeted he was interested in talking about it… and now here we are!
Today we kick off the lead up to his first EP, “Gravel King”, which is set to drop on July 19th. His first new release since 2010! Leading up to the release of the EP… we’ll be dropping three fortyFives featuring previously unreleased gems from his archives and joints he released via soundcloud. This one features “Carolina Raised”, originally released as “Who killed it” on Soundcloud and “MB”, some fire from the archives. So download it… bump it loud… offend some neighbors… but most of all… enjoy.
Hey Moss… it’s great to finally have you on board here at blocSonic! Thank you, sir. Can’t wait to release Gravel King! Welcome to the blocSonic fam.
Of course, thanks once again to you for downloading & listening. We always strive to deliver the music you’ll love. Please spread the word about blocSonic, if you enjoy what we do. Remember… everything we release is cool to share! Always keep the music moving… share it… blog it… podcast it! If you’re in radio… support independent music and broadcast it!
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