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They are two of Hip-Hops finest, hailing from Atlanta, Ga. PCP/Moje-productions introduces to you, Chase & Moje(Kuzin); Slinging a variety of style, bringing the truth back to the art form, and giving you something to ride to. Being from the south, they have a certain “twang” and swagger to them. Yet in still, their music is nothing like any other music from Atlanta. Both artists grew up listening to the same music such as: Goodie Mob, Outkast, Kilo Ali, UGK, Scarface, 8 ball & MJG, Playa Fly, and Tupac. Drastic, born Chase Hines on November 7, 1983 (23) is from South West Atlanta. He attended Booker T. Washington and Pebblebrook High school.While still in high school, Chase fathered his first and only child. After losing two friends to violence in separate occasions, Chase decided to create a different enviorment for his child. Upon graduation Chase Joined the United States Army, where he served in Germany as well as a tour in Afghanistan. He ended his duty and was honorably discharged as a Sergeant in July, 2006. He currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

Moje, was born Moses Watkins on September 6, 1981 Gulfport Mississippi (26). He later moved to Jonesboro, Georgia (Clayton County) where he attended Mt. Zion High school. His mother was as well as his father, were soldier’s in the United States Army. Upon graduation from high school, Moje followed the soldier’s path and joined the United States Army. While in the Army he served in Germany, Texas, and a one year tour in Iraq. Moje finished his duty and was honorably discharged as a Sergeant in Apr, 2006.

Chase and Moje met while serving in Germany at a freestyle contest. They later discovered they were in the same Company. Soon after the two formed a group with a mutual friend from Atlanta (Train) called “Bad Bloodz”. The Bad Bloodz released an underground album in Germany titled, “No Antidote” produced mostly by Moje. They also performed throughout Germany. While recording with a local German Producer/Engineer, Moje fell in love with the art of production as well as audio engineering. Eventually Moje would switch duty stations and move to Texas. While in Texas, Moje added two new members to the group Bad Bloodz who would later sign a deal with Go Getta Entertainment. Meanwhile, Chase and other members kept busy in Germany by opening performances for the likes of Red Man and Lil John. The group Bad Bloodz disbanded when both Moje and Chase were discharged from the Army. The two would then reunite and form the Group “Kuzin”.

The two have composed over ninety songs and Moje has produced over thirty artists while in Atlanta alone. Chase is currently doing journalist work for Atlanta’s own Newsmakers live, the city’s top political news paper. Moje has an article in the November edition of G3 magazine. The two are both working on a documentary titled Real Is What It Is: The black opinion. These two artists don’t just rap and make beats; they are also activist within the black community. Although their lyrics are explicit, they bring reality.