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Lil Daddy O – “Middle of the Projects”

Lil Daddy O is a rap artist from Louisville, KY and is the CEO of his own independent label Blockmade Records. Growing up in the housing projects of Southwick in Louisville, it influenced him to dedicate this song to life in the projects everywhere as well as about some of the issues facing people everywhere.

Considered one of the best unsigned artists in Louisville, Lil Daddy O has gained a tremendous following, working with a multitude of artists, touring extensively throughout the country, opening for numerous major acts. He has a released a number of projects including “Gorilla Rap” and “Project Addiction”, and is currently working on a new album, collaborating with a plethora of other talented artists. One of the featured artists on the cover of Street Credit: King of the Bluegrass DVD, Lil Daddy O appeared in a number of videos, his own as well as other artists’.

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Lil Daddy O – “Shakin 4 TY”

Lil Daddy O is a rap artist from Louisville, KY and is the CEO of his own independent label Blockmade Records. This video is dedicated to T.Y., a friend who lost his life at an early age.

Considered one of the best unsigned artists in Louisville, Lil Daddy O has gained a tremendous following, working with a multitude of artists, touring extensively throughout the country, opening for numerous major acts. He has a released a number of projects including “Gorilla Rap” and “Project Addiction”, and is currently working on a new album, collaborating with a plethora of other talented artists. One of the featured artists on the cover of Street Credit: King of the Bluegrass DVD, Lil Daddy O appeared in a number of videos, his own as well as other artists’.

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Lil Daddy O – “All You Rap About”

Considered one of the best unsigned artists in Louisville, KY Lil Daddy O has gained a tremendous following, working with a multitude of artists, touring extensively throughout the country, opening for numerous major acts. He has a released a number of projects including “Gorilla Rap” and “Project Addiction”, and is currently working on a new album, collaborating with a plethora of other talented artists. One of the featured artists on the cover of Street Credit: King of the Bluegrass DVD, Lil Daddy O appeared in a number of videos, his own as well as other artists’ video projects.

A Mista Tony Video Production…

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Troy Bell feat S.O.S. – “Precious Lord”

This video was recorded at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, KY in Ransdell Chapel for a Black History celebration and feaures “Surely He’s Able To Carry You Through” and “Sweeping Through The City”

“SOS” consists of six members, Carol Kirby-Green, Karen Kirby, Sharron Sales, Troy Bell, Terra Leavell and Angela Tellis. Their music mainly features a variety of traditional African-American gospel music.

Kirby-Green, Kirby and Sales had been singing together since high school. However, they weren’t officially given a title until their choir director at St. Stephens Church decided to give them the nickname “SOS” meaning “Same ‘Ol Soloist.”

Later in 2006 “SOS” realized they needed a few more potential singers in order to ensure the success of the group. Therefore, Bell, Leavell and Tellis were added to the group. They became a vocal ensemble for Simmons College of Kentucky.

Since then, the group has been performing for various audiences sharing the love and hope of Jesus Christ to all. They feel truly blessed to be able to give God glory and honor and praise through their music.

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S.O.S. – “Tomorrow”

This video was recorded at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, KY in Ransdell Chapel for a Black History celebration and feaures “Surely He’s Able To Carry You Through” and “Sweeping Through The City”

“SOS” consists of six members, Carol Kirby-Green, Karen Kirby, Sharron Sales, Troy Bell, Terra Leavell and Angela Tellis. Their music mainly features a variety of traditional African-American gospel music.

Kirby-Green, Kirby and Sales had been singing together since high school. However, they weren’t officially given a title until their choir director at St. Stephens Church decided to give them the nickname “SOS” meaning “Same ‘Ol Soloist.”

Later in 2006 “SOS” realized they needed a few more potential singers in order to ensure the success of the group. Therefore, Bell, Leavell and Tellis were added to the group. They became a vocal ensemble for Simmons College of Kentucky.

Since then, the group has been performing for various audiences sharing the love and hope of Jesus Christ to all. They feel truly blessed to be able to give God glory and honor and praise through their music.