It's fitting that the artist who will push the evolution of Hip Hop into a brand new era would come from Oakland, California. His name is Corey Action, and he is bringing with him an exciting and revolutionary new flavor of hip-hop and r&b that has earned him a massive fan base on the streets of San Francisco Bay Area. Heralded by many as the “complete entertainment package”. Corey blends slamming hip hop beats with chameleon-like vocal prowess and mind bogging live performances that will give the reigning hip hop and r&b artists of today a run for their money.
The prospects of what Corey Action can accomplish aren't surprising given what he has already done. He is currently the leading hip-hop choreographer from the S.F. Bay Area and his trend-setting New Style Motherlode dance company is a leader in hip-hop innovation throughout the country. Corey's choreography has also been showcased around the world with artist like Korean mega-star Lee Seung Chul and Filipina singer Jocelyn Enriquez and major recording labels in the U.S. and Japan regularly send him their artists to be developed into certified showstoppers.
Corey Action has flirted with success as an artist twice before. First on a faltering NY independent label in 1997, and again with his group Conflama in 2001 when their hit single received nationwide video award. Now Corey has returned to his solo artist status with more experience and redefined determination.
“Time 4 Some Action”, Corey's debut solo album, is the culmination of just over one year in the studio. Just as Corey is a complete entertainer, his album represents a complete description of who he is as an individual. With mass-appeal club jams like “He's From Oakland, Right?”; and 1234, sensual slow-jams like “Anything For You” and “Passion”, and tracks that will lead Timbaland to new inspirations like “Action (Tell Em Who I Am)”, Corey Action has created one of the most solid urban albums anyone will see for year.