The Gore Boyz, from Gastonia, North Carolina, are set to follow in the footsteps of other boy bands, such as The Jackson 5, Hanson, and New Kids On The Block.
Three brothers, the sons of Drs Herman and Shawnya Gore, they have been on the path to stardom since a very early age, which is astounding given even now they are only 17 (Herman), 14 (Edwin), and 11 (Sean-Michael) now. They’ve been training hard, with vocal and choreography schooling from Big Mike of Day 26, and choreography training from Chuck Maldonado, who’s the award winning choreographer from films such as ‘Step Up Revolution’, and ‘Stomp The Yard’. They’ve also received dance coaching from Tommy “Showbiz” Hill, owner of Fuzion Force Entertainment Academy, the top Hip Hop studio in the Charlotte area.
Their newest single, ‘Kisses For The Road’, opens up for them a whole new world of possibilities, with its well-constructed verses, bridges, and irresistable choruses. The track shot to the number 5 spot on Billboard’s Hot Singles Chart in its first week, while the video, has already accumulated over half a million views on YouTube. The crisply shot clip shows The Gore Boyz living large and loving life: singing, dancing and rapping in and around a beautiful mansion, expensive cars, and even a private plane with their name on it. They’re on the road to success and aren’t afraid to say so.