The artist that Game Over houses is a twenty-five year old polished & ferocious artist/producer "Tony Pacasso". "The different avenues to make money in the music industy are in high demand demand for artists, but too many 1 hit wonders are coming out in rap with a ringtone deal and “POOF” they disappear, Pacasso ain’t like that he’s “The Savior of the South", explains Peso Monopoly (C.E.O. of Game Over Enterprise). “Tony Pacasso got that southern grimey voice made for a cd but he is also lyrically potent because that is what the south needs, ya feel me maine”, explains Peso with that deep southern Memphis accent. Tony Pacasso has been featured on over 30 mixtapes hosted by mixtape djs such as, DJ Fade, Suge White, and Jailbreak Recordz. He has released 6 solo mixtapes, but even with hit sounding radio songs associated with those mixtapes his music has not hit the airwaves yet. Getting music heard on a radio standpoint is a key asset that Game Over Enterprise needs. Peso Monopoly speaks bluntly about the radio saying, “We have been trying to break the radio, but in due time Pacasso will wake up the world and change the game of demographics”. Selling over 50,000 mixtapes hand to hand and in mom & pops stores Tony Pacasso received attention from labels such as: Bad Boy, Atlantic, SRC and a few others. Peso and Tony Pacasso are brothers and when going through difficulties in their music they rely on each other. Just because you know someone that is signed to a major label doesn’t mean they have time to lend their hand because they have extremely hectic schedules. Pacasso says, “We have another brother “Duck” that is married to 3-6 Mafia’s Juicy J and Project Pat’s sister and they are so busy in their schedule it’s hard for them to reach out ya dig, but I understand the business”. Game Over Enterprise met up with a local mixtape dj Suge White out of Brooklyn, New York and Suge took immediate notice on how raw and versatile Pacasso was on the mic, so he agreed to push him on upcoming Suge White mixtapes. With the help of being on Suge White mixtapes in the east and Game Over Enterprise mixtapes in the south, they released Pacasso sixth solo mixtape “Memphis 10-A-Key to N.Y.C.” and placed a free downloadable link on Myspace until the server that you could download the music from (Sendspace) was overwhelmed with Pacasso downloads that the link was taken down. Listeners from all regions took notice. That was a key marketing strategy for Game Over Enterprise. A few major artists spoke on Pacasso's mixtape (Paul Wall, Lil Jon, Pitbull, 40 Glocc, Chamillionaire, and a host of others including a major actor) to give a helping hand. Peso sums it up by saying, ”Tony Pacasso is destined to be a household name in the urban market on radio, plus who knows where else it could take him”.