MO5AIC, is best known for their Las Vegas strip residency at the LVH Hotel and casino, performing vocal elements of funk, pop, rock, jazz, R&B, and opera fused into a musical performance done entirely by the human voice, and throughout the Las Vegas area as staunch supporters of music and arts education in schools.
The band frequently donates their time by hosting fundraisers for the Public Education Foundation and has “adopted” West Preparatory Academy in Las Vegas, providing financial support to the school and scholarships to students with outstanding academic achievement. In addition, the group has been featured for many years at “Ribbon of Life”, a fundraiser for the HIV/AIDS assistance organization, Golden Rainbow.
Mosaic has opened for such superstars as Prince, Stevie Wonder, Jay Leno, and comedian George Wallace. Mosaic also performed alongside Joey Fatone for TV Guide Network’s 51st Grammy Awards red carpet event. In December 2007, after conducting a nationwide search for musical talent, CBS News’ The Early Show and Motown giants Boyz II Men named Mosaic “The Next Great A Cappella Group” in the CBS “A Cappella Quest.” In October 2008, Mosaic, with their unique instrument-free sound, was crowned the winner of MTV’s Top Pop Group, beating out eight other singing groups, all of which used accompaniment tracks. In addition, in April 2009, Mosaic received two CARA Awards (Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards) for their self-produced debut album, Will Sing 4 Food, including “Best Pop/Rock Album” and “Best Pop/Rock Song” for their cover of “Home” by Marc Broussard, featuring Marc Broussard on lead vocals. In 2011, Mosaic released “5” which was nominated for two CARA Awards, for “Best Pop/Rock Album” and “Best Pop/Rock Song.”
MO5AIC have always taken an innovative approach to reach and attract new music fans. With the ever growing popularity of EDM (Electronic Dance Music), they secured longtime friend and Las Vegas based music producer Jared Jordan.
Jared Jordan has become known for his unique and unconventional production style, which has lead him to be sought out by label dance artists for music remixes of their original songs.
In 2013 Jared Jordan’s remix of Cherrytree – Interscope records artist Colette Carr’s “Hearsay” debuted at Insomniac Electric Daisy Carnival 2013, and was a hit with the 100,000+ attendees, and shortly after was added to national broadcast Jelli FM radio stations.
Gaining popularity, and notoriety, Jared has also created remixes of Diana Ross & The Supremes “Keep Me Hanging On”, Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash “Reload” Feat. John Martin, Serena Ryder’s “Stompa, Icona Pop’s “I Love It”, Coldplay’s “Sky Full of Stars” and more.
The new music remix of MO5AIC’s original song “Superstar”, will be released on Tuesday, August 19th.
Until then, here is their rendition of “Hold On To The Nights” featuring Joey Fatone.
For more information on MO5AIC, please visit www.MO5AIC.com