Introducing Mowez-B, Music Producer
When Cedric Bolton enters his home studio, he is music producer "Mowez-B." The name Mowez-B comes from Bolton's mother, who combined the names of his uncle and great aunt, Moses and Louise Emery.
Bolton was inspired to start producing in the early 1980s when he carried crates of albums for his God-brother, who spun records for popular hip-hop artists of the time.
Mowez-B started to take production seriously a few years ago when he was invited to join Dynamic Producers, a network of musical artists that creates beats and melodies.
Mowez-B's work includes the Syracuse University basketball anthem, as well as his own two albums, "Bumpy Tymes" and "The State of the Ghetto Address." He also entered a production contest to do a Jessie McCartney remix song, and is currently working on his third album.