Mobb Music innovator Mike Mosley, the multi-platinum producer for 2Pac, E-40, C-Bo, The Click, Richie Rich, Mac Mall, and others, just dropped a teaser trailer for the upcoming Mike Mosley Experience docuseries.
The upcoming Mike Mosley Experience docuseries will be a 7-episode series with different artists, detailing the creation of albums, putting music together, and giving insight into what goes into the making of the records we hear from the artists Mosley has worked with.
Speaking exclusively to Chad Kiser, the “Sprinkle Me” producer said of the docuseries, “The Mike Mosley Experience is something I’ve been playing with for some years now, just compiling a bunch of footage. I was torn on trying to do a film documentary movie, but I said you know what, let me just go ahead and do a series kind of like Unsung, telling about my experience with some of my favorite artists that I have worked with. It’s going to be like a 7 or 8 part series. I’ll do one on myself, one of 2Pac, one on Mac Dre, and one about E-40. It’s going to be dope, real cinematic.”
The first episode will chronicle R&B singer TQ’s 1998 album They Never Saw Me Coming, and how Mike Mosley, Femi Ojetunde, and TQ put the album together, secured a deal with Clock Work Entertainment, being sought after by the late music executive Andre Harrell, signing to Epic Records, and making the move over to Cash Money Records.
Check out the teaser trailer for the Mike Mosley Experience docuseries below: