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The best kept secret in music



Seen as just a wallet, incapable of raising their own children, and impoverished by a system that transfer so much income to mother's at the expense of father's pushed hopelessly into poverty. that is what C-Smoove's Child$upport Blues is all about. He has no choice, no say, often no role but to pay his half take home pay for the next couple of decades for the privilege of having someone else raise his child, If he dose not have the money to keep mom off walfare. we will vilify and jail the deadbeat. Child$upport Blues is a song that has the balls to speak of his incredible pain. These father's are much more then wallets. Their physical contribution to their children's lives is what most important, and the state is a deadbeat when it pushes good father's out of their childrend's lives. - Steve Basile, Director/Producer of


So Blu & There Comes A Time
Played on a variety of radio stations and college nationally various net streams.


Feeling a bit camera shy


C-Smoove a former "Wide Awake" native, (aka) Charles. Grew up as a baptist singing in the church choir at a very young age. He was influenced by his late father to play drums with his Gospel Quintet The Thunderbirds. After high school and two years of college he was given the chance (by his older brother) to be a lead vocalist. Which was a great advantage he used his free-lance dancing skills to entertain his audiences and highly enjoyed it. Early in his career C-Smoove performed with several groups. Including The Majestics, Midnight Love, and Word. Word who was honored to open for phenomenal rap artist Chubb Rock. Word later reorganized to become the "Nasty Boyz" trio. They were the opening acts for major groups such as R-Kelly featuring Public Announcement, Tag Team, Glenn Jones, Miles Jay, The Manhattans, Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes, William Bell, Roy C, Marvin Sease, Cee-Cee Peniston, Marcia Griffiths. Chuck Brown,This landed the "Nasty Boyz" a spot backing up recording artist Lee Fields. The gigs with Lee Fields was most enjoyable and lead to a year long road engagement. As C-Smoove continues to grow as a solo artist, opening acts, for Glenn Jones, Miles Jay, Roy C, Latimore, and Lee Fields. He is also writting, producing, and recording for Smoove Tip Publishing. C-Smoove has done a live 2005 comedy kick off with 3 BET comedians Reggie Bryd, Miss Bee, and homeboy Poochie with the "Nasty Boyz". C-Smoove has two new singles "So Blu" taken from the upcoming cd "Memories". and "There Comes A Time" taken from the upcoming cd "C-Smoove Sings The Bluz".