Located in Mebane, North Carolina Real Hood Music LLC was founded in 2010 by Lamontie “Daddy-O” Mitchell and Glenn Wallace. Known as Daddy-O in the hip-hop world, Lamontie Mitchell is the first cousin of The Superstar RZA of The Wu Tang Clan. Real Hood Music LLC has managed the careers of Thea Van Seijen, The Wu-Syndicate, Mul-ty, Eyenine and several others.


Big S.I.N

Born in Durham, North Carolina, Big S.I.N is best known for writing the title track for the BET movie “I DO, I DID”, starring Cherie Johnson and Shar Jackson. Big S.I.N’S debut album “Mad Man Music” was released digitally in 2009 and features production from Paul Of Fame, Jackel Hyde, Domingo & DJ Birdstick. Big S.I.N’s music has been featured on German and Australian radio as well as on The Beatz&Rhymez Show on Wu-Tang Radio.


Eyenine is an underground hip-hop artist from New Hampshire. He has shared the stage with artists such as Adeem, Afroman, AWOL One, Bleubird, C Rayz Walz, Ceschi Ramos, Ghostface Killah, ICON the Mic King, Jedi Mind Tricks, Kristoff Krane, Mr. Lif, PT Burnem, Qwel & Maker, Razhel, Rza, Sole, Vast Aire, Witness and many more.



Mul-ty grew up singing gospel music in church, and he has been playing the piano since his feet could reach the pedals. Mul-ty’s hit debut album “Made 4 Love,” which featured the lead single “looking for Love,” became an overnight sensation upon its release and is considered by many to be the perfect message to those who have found their ideal intimate relationship.


Thea Van Seijen

Thea Van Seijen is a Dutch vocalist who hails from The Netherlands. Thea was discovered by Daddy-O, and she can be heard on the hit single, “Baby Boy,” on the sound track for the movie “Unleashed” . Thea was affiliated with RZA and can be heard on many of his albums and soundtracks.



Wu Syndicate is a group from Virginia consisting of Joe Mafia, Napoleon, and Myalanski (named after the gangster Meyer Lansky). They were originally called The Crime Syndicate but changed their name to Wu-Syndicate when they signed to Wu-Tang Records and become Wu-Tang Clan affiliates. Wu-Syndicate debuted on the Swarm (1998) and released two albums: Wu Syndicate (1999), and Grimlez (2009).