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Hip Hop emcee Woo Child’s "All I Want" featured on Fox NFL Halftime Report

Woo Child’s electro-fused single lands top spot on Fox’s NFL Broadcast of Oakland Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs Halftime Report

Los Angeles, CA - January 27, 2016 -- As the New Year unfolds, music by independent hip hop recording artist and entrepreneur Woo Child is quickly gaining momentum and has recently appeared on major television programs like Fox NFL. His popular "All I Want" single appeared on Fox’s NFL Halftime Report during the Raiders vs Kansas City Chief Game on January 3rd, putting Woo Child on the radar of several industry heavyweights.

Written and performed by Woo Child, the track was created by Midwest producer Soleternity and features an array of catchy elements, starting with Woo Child’s tongue twisting rhymes. A successful cross-genre record, "All I Want" captures the musical passion of an emerging lyricist as he continues to make a name for himself. With an abstract-styled electro hook, Woo Child’s lyrics were in perfect reference to a football game’s win or lose scenario. You can hear the record on Soundcloud at http://buff.ly/1SKu9QT

A native of Flint, Michigan, the St.Louis-based Woo Child is no newbie to the hip hop game. He’s cultivated a solid fan following by touring within his home state in addition to numerous live performances in Georgia and St. Louis. Last year, his music video "Center Stage" featuring C. Jay Conrod was on rotation in several retail chains and gyms such as Macy's, Journey's, American Eagle, Bally's, and Gold's Gyms. It was also placed in casinos like MGM Grand and The Venetian along with several regional and International television stations. 



About Woo Child

Versatile, talented, and honest, Woo Child is rapidly making a name for himself as a true up and comer in the fiercely competitive hip hop game. A relentless work ethic and skilled flow is vaulting Woo Child to new heights, as he writes and performs all of his own music, which is garnering interest across the country through internet marketing and free downloads. His single "Move (Get It In)" was featured as the entrance song of WWE Superstar Tag Team, The Prime Time Players, and he has had music placed on The Golf Channel's "Inside the PGA", MLB Network Countdown, Target's "Bullseye University", and Style Network's "How Do I Look?" Woo Child’s music has also been featured in the video games, "UFC Undisputed 3" and "Saint's Row The Third".


Official website: www.woochild.com