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Already a sensation in the UK thanks to songs like "Yeah Yeah" (which borrows the "Underdog" sample made famous in "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F--- Wit") or "Railroad Track" (a ghostly gospel tune that glides over top of the ARC Choir's "Walk With Me" ... aka the song Kanye used to make "Jesus Walks"), Moon is now aiming to bring his success stateside. And if you think that's a daunting proposition, well, he certainly doesn't.
"That's what we're here for, you know? I just want to get my music out to people, that's my job; so if I break through, that's perfect," he says. "You've got to work, life is about achieving, and if you're passionate about something, you make it happen. I spend my life thinking about music, and when I'm not making music, I'm dreaming up ideas around music; it's the obsession of my life."
-Read more and watch the video at MTV.com