One of his most successful projects to date was the release of his highly anticipated album, "Anywhere". The debut of "Anywhere" resulted in the licensing of Woo Child’s music by several major companies. Through APM Music Publishing, "Move" was selected as the theme song for WWE Superstars Titus O'Niel and Darren Young. You can also hear Woo Child's music in the video games "Saint's Row 3" and "UFC Undisputed 3" in which "I Am" can be heard. It is also used as entrance theme for former UFC Champion, Tiago Alves. Woo Child witnessed his title track "Anywhere" being played at the games of the NBA's own LA Lakers and on MLB Network Countdown Plays of the Year.
The hit record, "Anywhere" along with the track "I Am" both appeared on episodes on AT&T's Uverse Channel and Inside The PGA, while "I Am" and "Move" were featured on The Young Turks hosted by MSNBC's Cenk Uygur, and The NFL Jets Huddle on Verizon FiOS - - "I Am" appearing several times on ESPN's Jim Rome is Burning as well as Style Network's How Do I Look? One of the nation’s largest retail giants, Target used "I Am" for their "Bullseye University" YouTube promotion, featuring a host of Youtube stars. The Golf Channel also used the record for its biopic on pro golfer, Dustin Johnson.
Behind the success of "Move" and the "Anywhere" project, Woo Child released the "Heirs EP", entirely produced by 3-time St. Louis Underground Music Fest Champion, JBJR. The video for the lead single, "Don't I", a gritty street video shot in downtown St. Louis, was picked up by VH1 India giving Woo Child his first international placement. The video was also picked up by various video pools resulting in his music being placement in Macy's, Steven Madden, and Journey's, along with other retail stores. "Don’t I" was also added to fitness outlets such as Golds Gym and Powerhouse with several casinos such as Caesars Palace, MGM Grand, and the Venetian adding Woo Child’s music to their properties.
In 2015, Woo Child dropped the stunning visual for the hit single "Center Stage" feat. C.Jay Conrod, which debuted on Vevo and was accepted into their annotation promotion, poised to reach hundreds of thousands of viewers across the Vevo network. Similar to the wildfire reaction set by his single "Don’t I" – the "Center Stage" video also quickly caught the attention of music directors and placed in Macy's, American Eagle, Journey's, Steve Madden, Golds Gym, Powerhouse, along with Caesars Palace, MGM Grand, and the Venetian.
Nearly everything is moving in Woo Child's favor to deliver him to ultimate success, from his numerous live performances in Michigan, Georgia, and St. Louis, to the lasting impression of "Center Stage" which laid the foundation for his tour dates in Kansas, South Dakota, Michigan, Missouri and Georgia. His newly released record "All I Want" is proof that Woo Child’s popularity shows no sign of slowing. The track has already been featured on Fox NFL broadcast during Nissan Halftime Report putting him on the radar of several industry heavyweights.
Now, he's found himself in respectable company since the release of his demo in 2001, and hip hop fans across the country are beginning to realize Woo Child's unlimited potential. Remarkable talent combined with catchy rap beats makes him one of the best rising stars in the industry, who commands the attention of listeners from coast to coast.