Hailing from Westchester NY, G Fella is one of the most talented rappers to ever grace the genre. G Fella uses his incredible verbal skills to tell his authentic story. He is the first Italian-American rapper to make a significant impact in the world of Hip Hop. With his genuine Italian swag that resonates poetry from his lips to our ears, and his organic story of a kid growing up in a “goodfella” lifestyle and embarking on a journey through Hip Hop to pave the way for a new cultural influence, he has already taken his audience by storm!
G Fella got his initial start under the direction of Queen Latifah during her merger with EMI. He’s been featured on multi-platinum selling soundtracks like “Romeo Must Die,” “Brown Sugar,” and “Bringing Down the House. G Fella also took on the position of a&r/writer/producer to head up the Carmine Gotti (C Gotti) project for Left Field Ent., a new venture by Dee Dean (owner of Ruff Ryders).” After the release of a compilation entitled “100% Haterproof,” he emerged to the forefront of the Rap scene with performances on The Wayne Brady Show, The Apollo Theater, The NFL Show, How You Livin’, Rap City, and “106 and Park.”
He has also produced his own independent film called CREW. Just like Eminem has “8 Mile”, 50 Cent has “Get Rich, Die Trying”, Jay Z has “Streets is Watching”, CREW is his story. Having a natural knack behind the camera, G Fella produces and directs most of his own music videos. With that said, it comes as no surprise that G Fella is a producer on his own new reality television show “G-thing” on Fuse Tv. Viewers got an inside look at G-Fella, along with his unrestrained and crazy relatives, as they do everything they can to achieve musical stardom.
G Fella has been featured in some of Hip hops most influential magazines, sites and musical platforms like, Fuse tv, HipHop weekly, vibe magazine.com, Thisis50.com, Worldstarhiphop.com, RapRadar.com, Bossip.com, Extra and Mtv to name a few.
Be sure to Down load his new single “Got A Guy” out now on iTunes, Also fans can checkout: “7 and 38′s”, “The G Factor” and “The St.Valentines Day massacre”,three Free mixtapes released by Gfella on Datpiff.com and GFella.com. All considered classics in the underground scene.
G Fella’s work transcends music. Losing his mother to cancer, he is active in promoting a healthy lifestyle in combating the disease; he also welcomes any opportunity to support like-minded organizations
He was also Honored for his Charitable endeavors in 2013 at the 6th annual Gemini give back in Nyc
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