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“Merg Toast Wayne Locc Williams Gerome Keaton and others laced me with original tracks to bring you this album. Which could be sold, but will not, because I want everyone to get the message. And know, folks got paid. So do your part to better the future by downloading and sharing on your wall...Seriously. Beyonce has enough money. How bout we give a gift to our future”
“Last night was very successful for activism, music, film and soo much awareness.!!! Premiered "Labels" music video at the Capri Theater and the audience acceptance and approval was overwhelmingly AMAZING!!!!!!!! one guy thought I Worked for MTV as a music director he thought the video was soo great!!!! Shout and thanks to my role model big bro Kevin Kaoz Moore for the great opportunity and soo much more giving back t the community through education and creativity...Thank you , Sol Rebel Phoenix Ras, ZaVawn Determined Smith, Merg Toast and all those attended & performed.....Great job! ~~blessings to you all~~”
“Last night, Kaoz Presents: Real Talk MPLS was introduced to the Twin Cities at the album release party. Sol Rebel Phoenix Ras, Merg Toast, Nicole M. Smith, All Out, Quentin Adams, and ZaVawn Determined Smith I can't thank you enough for your contributions and being apart of this project. Your community looks up to you all. You have a power that many wish they could possess, so harness with responsibility and share it in abundance! The world is watching! Oh yea, that "Labels" music video is shittin for gawwwwwwwwds!!!!!”
“Joshua Bryant is a music business student at MSB College, but in his free time, he's the CEO of Minneapolis's All Out Recordz. The label itself is a business that does just about anything for an artist, including marketing, promotion, management, engineering, mixing, DJ'ing, event planning, contract negotiations, business communications, and recording. Josh describes their most notable achievement as being able to perform at big concerts in 2010. These concerts include Mims, Lil Scrappy, and Young Buck from G-Unit. A pretty high achievement for someone who started in the business in 1994 while in high school.”