n September of 2008, Focus & Fokis released an EP entitled 20/20 that left the listeners craving for more from the duo. Five years later they have decided to release a retail version of the project as an official album which will include new tracks as well. “Focus & I have been working on a new project that we are looking to release later this year. We had some extra songs lying around that are not going on the new project so I said, let’s package them up with the 20/20 EP, make it a full LP and release it. He thought it was a good idea so we went with it. I love working with my brother Focus. He and I have a great chemistry when it comes to creating music, but we are also great friends who get together with our families over dinner and hangout as well” says Fokis.
Focus is an Atlanta-based Grammy Award–winning producer who first rose to fame when he signed to Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment imprint. Since then he has produced tracks for Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce.
The revamped 20/20 LP features, Maffew Ragazino, Livin Proof, Mistah F.A.B., Young Dre The Truth, Stryfe, The 17th, Asha and more; and all the previously released songs have been fully remixed and remastered. The 20/20 LP will be available for sale on 4/23/13 Via Loyalty Digital Corp/Empire Distribution.
To kick things off, Fokis & Focus are releasing one of the new tracks from there 20/20 project entitled “Girl” f/ Maffew Ragazino & Asha.
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