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Initially set-up by members of PG’s fynest.
Originally hailing from Clapham, South London
Demorecords was the brain child of Boyar Mob Member Mics.
Forming a formidable music catalogue was their aim, so in 2007 they signed the production unit “Da Nekz”.
They started the re-production of the now infamous(for having release date delays) PG’s Fynest Extended play release ‘EP01’.
With remixed beats and additional support from various artists the Ep01 release went live locally.
Sold in a majority of independant music stores, the EP was seen more as a promotional stunt rather than as a commercial release.

The reception from muical peers for EP01 was generally met with rave reviews comparing the production as a cornerstone in musical ingenuity.
This gave “Demo” the identity they needed and subsequently they decided that even though they had been able to barter to the masses, their main focus had to be the internet.
Thus, bore the fruits of the myspace website” “www.myspace.com/demorecords";.
At this time a few of the former members of PG’s Fynest had finished their orally contractual obligations which presented “Demo” with the enviable problem of increasing they roster with known talent.
Mc Madix was seeking a new avenue for his personification of his considerable musical talents.
“Demo” did not hesitate in providing the means for his talents to be suitably lamented.
Seeking not just to sign solo artists, “Demo” wanted to make a conglomerate that would be able to compete with the rest of the music game.
So, “Boyar Mob Posse” was established under the guise of the acronym “BMPin”
meaning Boyar Mob Posse everybody IN.

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  • sheepface

    hot pants is pretty hot.

    31 May 2009 Reply
  • Mwarnkl

    Wait-a-minute if that guy didn't care what was the point of sending da comment unless he WANTED everyone to see that..pretty desperate too(He'd already left a comment b4)... Hardly 'Keyser Söze'....

    15 May 2009 Reply
  • boyarmobposse

    For the record we dont like SPAMMING either......but we do like meeting new peeps and sharing our music..thanks for all of ur comments....our Demo remixes are sole rights of the relevant record companies ' development & withstanding ancillary performances' departments....

    14 May 2009 Reply
  • Funk3h

    Stop spamming with this shite. No one cares.

    14 May 2009 Reply
  • beckiboo11

    whom thoughttttt i would EVER like this ::L

    13 May 2009 Reply
  • Mwarnkl

    Ur new singles sound like the business still.... Man's got a fuck off flow still...smashing them cats

    11 May 2009 Reply
  • Funk3h

    fuck off lol

    10 May 2009 Reply
  • tiantang16

    hi,do u have mp3 of mermaid song(remix)?

    3 May 2009 Reply
  • boyarmobposse

    For the record we dont like SPAMMING either......but we do like meeting new peeps and sharing our music..thanks for all of ur comments....our Demo remixes are sole rights of the relevant record companies ' development & withstanding ancillary performances' departments....

    26 Apr 2009 Reply
  • olorinjoyce

    wtf? u dont have the rights to upload this music! [2] Also, stop spamming on the profiles of Last.fm users who don't even listen to your music!

    26 Apr 2009 Reply
  • MovieStar2000

    wtf? u dont have the rights to upload this music!

    23 Apr 2009 Reply
  • Mwarnkl

    Make More Banging tracks

    17 Mar 2009 Reply