Written By: Big C
Coming off the release of the tracks WGLR and Let's Get It, SumnLike Rappers are a duo looking to bridge the gap of connectivity. The powerful pair of Mo Soose and Trell Brooks balance wit and a variety of flows. The combination of the two are back, ready to tell the world all about it through this arsenal of new songs.
Mo Soose, sometimes mistaken for Mo Sauce, Masseuse or known as Mo for short, has the ability to add flavor to any beat. Over the year, Mo has develop a niche of vibin’ out with his own cadence through raps and singing. Mo was formally named Gizmo, but this name switch is like Tity Boi to 2 Chainz. It's because he’s back and better than ever with new rhymes, new flows, and new experiences!
Mo has been doing podcast, in person interviews, shows, private studio sessions, and countless marketing meetings with his team to expand his reach. At his coming out party at the beginning of August, Mo hit the ground running with his solo smash hit Hear No Evil, which is currently averaging thousands of streams independently. Also you want to check out the single Trap Trauma, stream-able on all music platforms, explaining his current state of mind.
Trell Brooks has been on 🔥 the last 60 Days! At the top of July this year, Trell released his coming back party single entitled Checks. After a 3 year hiatus, Trell had to take cover and protect his family. With all this pent-up energy and anger, it lead him back into the booth to create the single Sheisty alongside mega producer D-Chiz. Trell’s angered lyrical side shows how he can take the beats you love and spit something deep and detailed like you'd fine searching through on Wikipedia.
Trell conveys the lesson learned that as God blesses us, the Devil works harder to stress us. He has put together a team of educated specialists and hardworkers, as an outreach with organic marketing measures. Trell is committed to his family, his marriage, and his service as a teacher in the Mecklenburg County communities of Charlotte, NC. After connecting with his lyrical partner in crime Mo Soose and revitalizing their duo SumnLike Rappers, their tracks are climbing in streams, while reaching markets across the United States. Be sure to stream the duo's latest music "WGLR" and "Let's Get It" above.