Extra, extra read all about it. Moonie and Count are featured in today’s edition of The Chicago Tribune. The entire article is available to read here. Peep an excerpt below. LEP Bogus Boys — the LEP stands for “Low End Professionals,” a reference to the lower street addresses of the Ickes homes where the group got its start — has come a long way. The group has been together for 13 years and there have struggles, both professional and personal. […]
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Y’all know who’s keepin’ it gangsta. The L.E.P. Bogus take a trip to Queens to hook up with Mob Deep for their new music video. This will appear on their new project, Now Or Neva dropping this Halloween.
[vodpod id=Video.15374045&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] If you aren’t familiar with The Bogus Boys yet, it might be time to check them out. Here’s a new promo for their debut LP, Now Or Neva, which will be dropping this Halloween featuring Rick Ross, Bun B, Mobb Deep and more.
In preparation of the Lower End Professionals’ next project Now Or Neva this fall, Moonie and Count ran through a few cities along the Eastern seaboard. Here’s film of their visits in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia.
Moonie and Count clean up their act and take ’em to church with their video. Praise the Lord, for when Now Or Neva drops this Fall.
Yours truly was the host with the most last night at Public Assembly in Brooklyn. The concert featured Illz, YC The Cynic, Grafh, The Kid Daytona, and was headlined by the L.E.P. Bogus Boys. William McKinney was in the house and filmed a majority of the performances. More footage of the Lower End Professionals and the other opening acts under the cut.
There’s only a month and 23 days left until Fall. But until the season changes, Moonie and Count hook up with the artist formerly known as Tity Boi, on this new track.
Now Or Neva is still on the horizon, but before the album drops, Count and Moonie just throw it in the bag in their new video.
Over Frank Dukes production, The Mobb pass the torch to the Bogus Boys on their long-awaited collaboration. The accompanying video should be arriving soon. Now Or Neva this fall. fsd
Last night, Jada swung through the UGTV anniversary event in the Chicago and brought out the town’s Moonie and Count on stage for a performance of “Chicago Niggas”. Now Or Neva coming this fall. fsd