A Better Baltimore for My Daughter: The OOH of BROWNFISH Interview

OOH, the very charasmatic emcee, is all about creating a better city and a better world. He makes music and seeks fame not for his own benefit but to further important non-profit work like the Youth Advocate Program, an organization that works with and mentors young people caught up in the juvenile justice system. OOH is the director of this organization’s Baltimore branch. OOH is a complex man with heart, swagger, and unexpected lyrics. If you haven’t you must check out The Big 7, and the The King of Pops, both debuted this summer.

Check out a live version of “Baltimore City Slicka” from The Big 7 below:

Find out the story behind the Baltimore classic, “Fishbowl”. Play the interview:

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