It is evident the music scene in Mobile, Alabama, is indeed expanding. Over the years, Mobile has seen a lot of talented artists. From DJ’s and producers to lyricists and musicians, this city has developed musical talents from all different genres. A few have reached heights many have only dreamed of accomplishing. The imagination and creativeness of this place is starting up a musical movement.

In honor of Alabama Hip-Hop Week, we highlight Marqus Curtis, producer and engineer of FAME Recordings, and in- house producer Money May$.

Marqus is not only influencing this music but also contributing to its production. “I wanna be apart of accelerating the music culture here in Mobile,” stated Marqus.

Marqus’s vision and mindset is to create a community of talented people whose goal is to expand, uplift and move a culture to higher levels.

When comparing the city of Mobile to other cities who have an established and well organized music scene, where do we stand?

Money May$ believes Mobile has not only the talent but also the potential to succeed musically. “I think it’s definitely on the rise if we continue to work and move together,” Money May$ stated.

By creating positive working relationships with other creative producers and artists, Marqus and Money May$ feel the city can hold its own.

For more information and updates about Alabama Hip-Hop Week head over to the website.





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