Gearing up to release his 2015 debut the Ghetto Storyboard, rapper Mooch describes the meaning behind the concept as always sticking to the script. "What comes after the script, that's what I'm giving you," he says. "It's the story board, it's not finished. It's not the movie; but it's well past the script." the project illustrates Mooch's progress, with not just one story, but many; including growth as an artist, as a man, being a new father and progress in his city. Produced entirely by Doyle Johnson, the all-star guest lineup on the Ghetto Storyboard makes for a quality Bay Area album, including Platinum selling stars E-40 and Yukmouth, San Quinn, 3XKrazy, Clyde Carson, Turf Talk, former Roc-A-Fella artist Allen Anthony and others. But taking a look deeper, there is much more to this project that enables the capabilities to go much further. The live instrumentation, collaborations and willingness to work outside of his own genre allows Mooch to provide a wide-ranging highly eclectic debut album.