On the “Fly State of Mind” and youths in the city
By Jessica Winsted, Sep. 26, 2013
When you meet them, you have to wonder what brought
them together. Brio Braze is super focused,
resilient, and at times a firecracker. Mic DaMos is
laid back, calculating, and a little arrogant.
Supreme 6 is energy…. He’s eccentric, with an eye
for style. It’s a local Hip-Hop Group called The Fli
Boyz, of Fli Boy Entertainment.
They have known each other off and on since
childhood. Life has taken them down different paths.
They all consider themselves San Diego Natives.
Supreme6 and Mic DaMos met and became fixtures in an
organization fixated on money and fast living using
women and drugs in Spring Valley, CA. Brio was
caught in a lifestyle of violence, prison, and
gangbanging in the notorious Skyline park area.
Though they moved around the city and out of state,
they would cross paths in areas like North Park,
Southeast, and Spring Valley regions, in a city
locals call “Daygo”. The group was reintroduced in
2011 and was looking for something different. They
wanted to send a different message to
disenfranchised youths. The group says they would
like to lead by example and show another way out.
The trio also takes time to work with non-profits
like Paving Great Futures and other various
fundraisers. “We all had different paths and rough
roads that led us to a decision that Fli isn’t just
the clothes you wear or what you drive, it’s a way
of life…….A state of mind,” says Mic DaMos.
According to Brio, Fli boyz group member, “There’s
much more to the story… some is left in the past for
good reason, and the rest is in the music we