Cory Mo

If producing is his calling, then writing is Cory-Mo's passion. "If things go my way," he predicts, "I'll still be producing music and writing songs when I'm sixty years old." Often dubbed "Houston's Most Unknown," Cory-Mo has actually been a staple in the Texas community for years. Co-owning M.A.D. (Money at the Door) Studios with his older brother Mike-Mo, C-Mo has worked with everyone from U.G.K. ...show more

If producing is his calling, then writing is Cory-Mo's passion. "If things go my way," he predicts, "I'll still be producing music and writing songs when I'm sixty years old." Often dubbed "Houston's Most Unknown," Cory-Mo has actually been a staple in the Texas community for years. Co-owning M.A.D. (Money at the Door) Studios with his older brother Mike-Mo, C-Mo has worked with everyone from U.G.K.

to Devin the Dude. His musical expertise has been sought after by artists like Z-Ro, Geto Boys, Lil Keke, Mike Jones, Slim Thug, David Banner, and others who felt C-Mo's classic southern sound added timeless value to their projects. One of Cory-Mo's highest awarded production credits appeared on Bun B's Trill album ("The Inauguration" intro), an album that earned a gold plaque. And while supplying a track for a gold album may seem monumental to most, there is actually an even more significant record on Cory-Mo's resume.

He's honored to have produced "Underground Thang" on Bun B's 2 Trill album, the last song Pimp and Bun ever recorded together. Another priceless memory is "Top Drop Dyne," a Best Buy bonus track on UGK's Underground Kingz album. "That's one of the last songs I produced and rapped on with Pimp C," he says. "I think it's gon' forever be a UGK Classic." Underground Kingz appeared in the #1 spot on Billboard charts adding massive weight to Cory-Mo's already mounting list of achievements. ...show less