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Woo Child's Music has been featured on TV and Video Games, including Target's Bullseye University, WWE Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown, as well as the video games "UFC Undisputed 3" and "Saint's Row 3".
Versatile, talented, and honest, Woo Child is rapidly making a name for himself as a true up and comer in the fiercely competitive hip hop game. A relentless work ethic and skilled flow is vaulting Woo Child to new heights, as he writes and performs all of his own music, which is garnering interest across the country through internet marketing and free downloads. After the free release of Woo Child Presents: Industry Takeover and generating thousands of downloads by fans all over the world, he began crafting his current project, “Anywhere”."
Produced by Vybe, "Move (Get It In)" is forging the way for Woo Child's next step in hip hop. Smooth, deliberate rhythms, combined with a Southern influence; this is the next single to get the party started as he effortlessly spits his rhymes over a masterfully created beat. Recently credited on songs by Lupe Fiasco, T-Pain, and Soulja Boy, Vybe showcases his talents along with Woo Child's lyrics to create a fantastic lead single for his upcoming record.
Woo Child isn't a stranger to success , beginning with his self-released demo, "Double U Double Oh," spending months on MP3.com's hip hop top ten list, amongst rap giants such as Snoop Dogg and Eminem. Released by Madison, Wisconsin's independent Angel Magic Music, Bridge the Gap was his next triumph, receiving critical acclaim online, as Woo Child toured his home state of Michigan, as well as St. Louis to promote the record.
Now with the pending release of his highly anticipated Album, “Anywhere”, Woo Child has seen success in the licensing of his music by major companies. Through APM Music Publishing, “Move” was selected as the theme song for WWE Superstars Titus O'niel and Darren Young. You can also hear Woo Child's music in the video games “Saint's Row 3” and “UFC Undisputed 3”. Woo Child saw his title track “Anywhere” played at the games of the NBA's own LA Lakers and on MLB Network Countdown – Plays of the Year. “Anywhere” along with the track “I Am” both appeared on separate episodes on AT&T's Uverse Channel and Inside The PGA, while “I Am” and “Move” both appeared on The Young Turks hosted by MSNBC's Cenk Uygur, and The NFL Jets Huddle on Verizon FiOS, with “I Am” appearing several times on ESPN's Jim Rome is Burning as well as the Style Network's How Do I Look? among others. The “Anywhere EP” has also received over 10,000 downloads on the preeminent source for hip hop mixtapes, Datpiff.com as well as over 234,000 plays on reverbnation.com earning him the top spot among all St. Louis artists at launch, and currently top 10.
Nearly everything is moving in Woo Child's favor to deliver him to ultimate success, from his numerous live performances in Michigan, Georgia, and St. Louis, to the rapidly growing popularity of "Anywhere" He's found himself in respectable company since the release of his demo in 2001, and hip hop fans across the country are beginning to realize Woo Child's unlimited potential. Remarkable talent combined with catchy rap beats makes him one of the best rising stars in the industry, who commands the attention of listeners from coast to coast.