Friday, October 14
Big Korey is the son of Big Oomp, founder of Big Oomp Records, an independent label that has supported acts such as Flo Rida, Plies, Ludacris, and DJ Unk. Starting at the age 4, Korey has been a production prodigy that has worked with Dallas Austin, Jazze Pha', and a slew of Atlanta's most successful producers. Gucci Mane recently acquired Korey's talents on his album "The Appeal: Georgia's Most Wanted" with the track "Trap Talk". Korey, now 13 has honed his lyrical skills into a budding rap career. Going by his birth name, Korey Roberson, he is proving that he is as gifted on the mic as he is on the production. Korey Roberson, a.k.a. "Big Korey", recently joined BMI's songwriting family. He is currently working on his first mixtape to gear up for his first studio album.
"Whiteboy Wasted" is a sneak peak of what is about to come from Black Lung & Fresco’s "Whiteboy Wasted EP”. This EP is entirely produced by Soleternity, who is known for his work with Tech N9ne, Bone Crusher, MTV’s “Next” and ESPN’s “And 1”.
Soleternity is currently working on the EP with the first video single, “Dope Money” (a Black Lung solo effort) being released in October. “Dope Money” is directed by Soleternity’s brother Nicholas McGill. The second single will be a Fresco solo joint called “No No No” which will be Fresco’s first ever solo single and video release since he started conquering the battle rap scene all across the world in 2009.