C-Moez – The Realness

New video from Queens, NY emcee C-Moez performing “The Realness” Directed by Culture Tv Edited by iSlaughterTV. www.CMOEZMUSIC.com This Video Is For PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY. Instagram: CmoezGzup YouTube: CmoezGzup Email: [email protected] www.NewGangCity.com Bio: C-Moez, was born September 6, 1993, born and raised in the South Jamaica section of Queens, New York. At a early age, he was shown the harsh reality of his soon to become inspiring environment. Spending majority of his childhood living in various areas throughout Queens and Long Island, where he witnessed & became influenced by gang culture & other entities surrounding him. His career in music began in 2005 at the age of 12. His biggest influences in music came from the likes of 50 cent, Stack Bundles, Mobb Deep, 2 Tech N9ne, Nas and Wu-Tang Clan. Soon he became enveloped in watching popular rap DVD magazines & purchasing local blend tapes. From observing this material he developed his own style of metaphors, punch lines topped with a versatile flow. Originally his love for the culture persuaded him into being a battle rap artist. C-Moez actively participated in battle culture from 2005 to 2010. As time progressed his skills in song writing began to shine through ultimately with him deciding to retire his battle rap mantle and devote more time into recording and writing music. In 2008 he released his first mix tape “Instrumental Slaughter 1”. He later released Part 2, 3 & 4 throughout the years. C-Moez has released countless mixtapes from 2008 to current date. Being featured on Dj.Whiteowl’s “Whiteowl Drop That” series, GUNITMulti’s “That Crack Music”, MostHated81’s “Hood Muzik”, ThisIs50.com, VladTv.com, DiverseHipHop.com, XXL.com, Indy Star Radio, GS Radio, True Stories Radio, MajorMovesDvd & many more. In 2009 he formed an alliance with various artists from Queens which resulted in the formation of the group “Royal Hustle”. In late 2010 he became affiliated with the “Block Boyz”, a music group formed by the cousin of 50 cent known as Continental Five, formally known as Two Five. On June 5th 2011 C-Moez participated in the opening performance at Hot 97’s Summer Jam powered by Shady Records A&R Riggs Morales & Hot 97s former program director the late, Chris Nadler. Sharing the stage with artists such as Ace Hood, Big Sean, Pusha T, Big K.R.I.T, Yelawolf, and Gunplay associated with Maybach Music Group. All artists who were at the beginning at their own rise to Hip Hop royalty. Granting him being the first artist to touch the Summer Jam Festival Stage without a record deal. It was rumored that Shady Records was in works with adding C-Moez to the Shady 2.0 roster in 2011. With C-Moez being from Queens and affiliated with members from G-Unit it was highly speculated that he would take a place at the home team. In 2014 C-Moez formed what is known today as “New Gang City” also known as “1080 Gang” or “Ghost Gang” with remaining artists from Royal Hustle, Tha Kidd Ace. In November of 2019, C-Moez was LIVE on Shade45 XM Radio featured on Dj.KaySlay’s Drama King Show. Shortly after C-Moez’s appearance on SiriusXM Radio (Shade 45), C-Moez was summoned to be featured artists for A3C Festival in Atlanta, Georgia. While stationed in ATL C-Moez was invited to record in ATL’s own Street Exec’s Recording Studio; home to artists such as 2 Chainz, Young Dolph and Dj Drama. Upon arriving back to New York, known influencer on Instagram, Krissy D from MuzikFreak Radio, reached out to C-Moez for New Gang City to perform at the premiere of her show in their hometown, Jamaica Queens; there they met The Real Rick Ross, Amadeus “Trey Songz’s drummer” and other upcoming artists like themselves. At the top of the year, C-Moez and New Gang City were called back to MuzikFreak Radio to participate in a rap cypher where the late Kingface and other influencers were in attendance. In late January of 2020, C-Moez participated in Dj.KaySlay’s underground showcase; sharing the stage with Uncle Murda, Vado, Nino Man and Papoose. [email protected] .

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