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Akron Ohio's own Mike
"MaxHeat" Mosley is
the Director of
Engineer, Webmaster, Host, Remix Specialist, Motivational
Philanthropist, Songwriter, Vocalist, Lyricist, Radio Program Director,
Audio Producer, Party
DJ, On Air Personality and the lead
performer for Millennium Music Mission (M3)
Records (Ohio) with a B.A. in Media
Production, and Sociology, with a minor in
Pre Law. He is also the
co-founder of M3 Records and the
Flow Fa-Sho Show" radio program. Michael is also the origin of Max
Charity Program and
the YouCanGetItInSchool.com challenge. "I can, I will, done
Michael graduated Copley High School in 1999 & attended Kent State University the following term pursuing a degree in Mass Communication. Michael’s creative expressions became original music compositions where he employed a variety of live instruments and other synthesized sounds. While finishing college in 2004 at The University of Akron, Michael also joined WZIP FM as an On-Air Disc Jockey, Webmaster and Production staff member.
released on Millennium Music Mission Records [M3 Records Ohio], “No Compromise:
[Tracks of My Peers]” was recorded at EHB
studios in 2001 on which Mike
performs as Executive Producer and Lead Vocal. Soon after followed
Compromise vol. 2: Unconditional Surrender album, King
Biodroid Album & his YOLO: The Monopoly
along with several underground self produced mixtapes.
MaxHeat Mosley continues to evolve audio and media as he
his personal and professional technique by hosting, mixing, producing,
promoting, recording, collaborating, writing and publishing diverse
international audio projects fashioned as "The Music Solution".
"Many bright ideas never see the light of day.
Without a team, most remain obscure in the dark.
Get a team, Get on the Right Team.
Millennium Music Mission is the Right Team."
~ Nujam Ceo
|Fact About MM:|
|Originally, Michael was expected to be a dominant basketball point guard by age 15. His freshman season average as Captain for the Copley Indians was an average of 18 points per game. During the summer of Mike's upcoming sophomore debut, Michael fractured his neck in two places and almost lost his life in a random 1996 car accident. The date of his accident was July 21, 1996, however Michael Mosley was back attending Copley High School by the Spring semester though not as the star athlete.|