It's a well-known fact that America is perceived as the land of opportunity. Where every man has the right to life and the pursuit of happiness and the tools to achieve. But within America lies a place called Everyhood. A place where opportunities and the tools to achieve and create are far and few between. And in Everyhood, U.S.A., creative genius is born in the face of adversity. If you want to succeed here, you have to be hungrier than the hungriest.
M.O.S. is no stranger to this theory. "I'm from them streets, I knew I had to make it the best way I knew how," says 24-year-old M.O.S. (Money Over Sex). And with his unique hybrid style of Southern twang-meets Northern slang, this young buck is poised to make noise on both sides of the Mason-Dixon line. Coming up in the rough region of Durham, North Carolina was not an easy feat. Raised in a single-parent household, M.O.S. (born Leander Pickett) was your average rambunctious inner city black youth. But as he entered his ... Read full biography