How Floss alot Opened Doors Within The Detroit Music Scene

Source: Detroit Rap

The city of Detroit has a music scene rich of talent and passion for music. Amongst them are a handful of influential people in the music business, and one of them is a name known to many: Floss alot. For over 20 years, he has impacted the music business in several forms, and has opened doors for the city’s talents to thrive. It all started when he entered the music game as an artist himself.

For those who may not know, Floss alot is a former artist and founder of Young Boys Intertainment in the mid 90’s. By the year 2000, Floss alot had released two albums and features from the likes of The GAME, Styles P and Jada Kiss along with Royce da 5’9”.

Aiming for an even greater impact, in 2009, Floss alot started the Rosay Boyz where 300 + artists grouped together to represent the brand. Overseeing the movement of that magnitude taught Floss how to work with and guide multiple people with different goals, work ethics, and personalities. This gave him the experience to do business at a high level.

It was 2015 when Floss alot decided to form what would be the foundation for the future Federation Music Group. FMG would go on to mentor, manage, and advise artist, and other music professionals both in and out of Detroit, Michigan. Securing deals with iconic brands such as Apple Music, Roc Nation/Def Jam, 300 Entertainment, Puma, Beats By Dre, as well as the NBA Detroit Pistons franchise. Floss alot is no stranger to corporate boardrooms and getting things done.

Floss alot poses with Def Jam Record’s Big Heff in Detroit, MI

As of lately, Floss alot began forming greater opportunities for artists to be seen and heard, while simultaneously gaining insight from playmakers that artists need to know and network with. The Momma I Made It concert series has provided quality venues for artists to showcase abilities by performing live in front of fans, executives, and their peers, with a valuable prize package for winners. The Panel is a one-on-one performance in a conference room or studio, with special guest radio djs, label execs, and media professionals, all there to provide useful feedback, and build unity amongst the Detroit music industry.

Floss alot releases his official interview with Detroit Rap

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