BY ROY ALBERT ANDRADE, K1LLER, Inc.
PACOIMA, CALIFORNIA - MOBG Entertainment has been around for many moons, selling records to MP3 downloads to touring the world, providing entertainment to music enthusiasts across the globe. Today, Jorge "Spooky" Martinez, owner of MOBG Entertainment, is working alongside his artist, Trouble P, and Snoopy Badazz, the owner of New Mafia Records (www.NewMafiaRecords.com) to deliver fans another "hood banger" titled Trip'n. The cinematographer is, Icon, a former director of photography at Brownside, who decided to collaborate with Spooky on future MOBG Entertainment projects, and continue doing what he enjoys, filming. Originally, Eazy-E' signed Brownside to Ruthless Records to create a Chicano version of the critically acclaimed rap group N.W.A. Toker, founder of Brownside, died in October 10, 2018 in Mexico.
"Icon is the cinematographer for the video... He worked for Brownside, but, recently quit, or whatever, so, we are working with him. This is a new music video from Snoopy Badazz featuring Trouble P, MOBG artist, and will be released soon as a digital download," said Spooky, co-founder of MOBG Entertainment.
"I've known the homie Spooks from MOBG for maybe close to a [expletive] decade, and he's always making moves. Now, he's got even more prominent artist featured on his artists' songs, and albums. It's a blessing to be working with him on this project," said Icon, an independent cinematographer.
"What's up? This is Spanky, "Spank a Ho," MOBG, kicking it in the Pac Town (Pacoima), shooting Trouble P's video," said, Spanky, MOBG recording artist and brother of rap artist Sleepy Malo.
Shawn W. Anderson