Mike More's mother died in a car accident when he was very young, she was hit by a drunk driver and More inherited a large sum of money, which he used to build a recording studio. He attended the famous High School of the Performing Arts for drama (Class of 1984), and met his musical partner, Orfeh, there. Their first recording endeavor was with CBS Records as the group Genevha (sic). They released a two song vinyl, "Life in the Movies", in 1987. His credits on the album are under the pseudonym Amadayus Billionaire. After that project, they formed Or-N-More, and signed with EMI Records, where they experienced mild success. Their self-titled debut album went gold, and the single, "Everyotherday", became a hit stateside and abroad. However, after a hierarchy change at EMI, they were dropped from the label.
After his short-lived recording career ended, Mike continued to write and produce music for other artists. Some of the artists he's written and produced music for include:
Most recently, he founded the web-based media distribution company, Nabbr. He also founded his own music production and publishing company, Slick Boyz Productions. He is also a voting member of the Producers & Engineers wing of NARAS.