So growing up, he had no one else to dedicate all of his talent to but, the Motherland that they were straight out of. Moe also let me know that although he had grown up around such love, he could never anticipate the amount of support he had received from his family and community. Upon his first releases, he had already received support from people like Hami Diallo, NBA player for the Oklahoma City Thunder and more. Moe said, “it was all blessings starting to come in and I was just prepared for what was coming.” This support pushed him and since then, he has continued reaching small goals over time slowly climbing this mountain of success.
Moe said, “For the next 6 months, my goal is to get people to see what the brand actually represents. Most people think it’s just an African brand. I actually started off with the African continent to pay homage to the birthplace of the human race. So within the next 6 months, I hope to revise my plan so that I can get people to see that “Motherland” represents each person. In 5 years, I want this brand to be international.” I think Moe is well on his way to achieving that goal. He already hit his milestone for this year by visting his father’s area in Africa. It was there that he was able to see the impact his brand could have on the world. He hopes to go back and “do it big for his home town!” The last thing Moe told me was that, he wants people to know that he’s working on an international brand and that can’t be done tomorrow. It takes time to spread the message to the other Motherlands but, “one way or another he’ll get there, God willing!” That type of message, I have to support and I encourage others to as well!