MoBlack (Mimmo Falcone) is an Italian dj/producer, record label owner and Afro House A&R Manager at Traxsource. He is responsible in large part for the hype the genre Afro House is having worldwide. MoBlack biggest supporters: Black Coffee, Ame x Dixon, Solomun, Osunlade, &ME, Rampa and Pete Tong just to mention a few. Mimmo Falcone started djing at very early age plus years of experience in FM local radios and 10 years of experience of living in Africa (Ghana) completed his huge and unique musical background. Since his arrive in Africa in 2003, he has played and shared his faith in sound with local artists. “The name MoBlack is synonymous with top quality house music, whether as a producer or a label! His imprint cemented its reputation as the leader of the Afro House scene by firing out countless epic productions throughout 2017, whilst his own output included the likes of ‘Gafara’ with Moon Rocket and the sublime remix of Girls of the Internet’s ‘When U Go’ on Classic Music Company. We’re expecting more big things in 2018, including MoBlack’s debut at the Defected Croatia Festival” #7 – TRAXSOURCE TOP 100 AFRO HOUSE ARTIST OF THE 2017 (11.12.2017)


MoBlack project was conceived in Ghana in 2012. In Twi, the major language spoken in Ghana, “Mo” means “Well done/Congratulation”. The idea behind it was to give voice to the amazing talent that focused around House Music from Africa. MoBlack Records first release in December 2013 paved the way for an incredible catalog with tracks consistently charting and acknowledged by the House Community as a whole with the accomplishment of his objective: supporting local artists in the international dancefloor industry. “For me MoBlack Records is a new strong label that is representing the underground. And I like a lot of their music that they are releasing”. DAVID MORALES


In July 2017 MoBlack launches a brand new concept “MoDef” – a collaboration with the legendary David Morales, a man who needs no introduction and has remained at the forefront of the house music scene for decades. The project started with an album released on MoBlack Records comprises new material and hand-selected cuts from the legendary Def Mix catalog. After that the launch of MoDef as sub-label for mainly David Morales Afro House Music was a natural consequence. 
“I am an African, not because I was born in Africa, but because Africa is born in me.” Kwame Nkrumah