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The best kept secret in music



'GFella hits the scene with a hot joint called "Swagga". The production is tight and the MC puts it down and compliments the track. This joint is worth checking out and GFella is someone to look out for, he spits with a cool unique delivery and has lyrical content.'

'"Swagga" should turn some heads, look out for GFella, hot new Artist on the Rap Scene. '
- Rap Scene Reviews


'The song “Fly Me Away” is my favorite because it just makes you want to get up and dance – and GFella is so awesome on this song! It was really fun working with him.'

GFella will be making an appearance with Dallas at the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day show at the Hard Rock Café on McKinney Avenue in Dallas, TX. - Dallas Lovato


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Surviving the projects of Louisiana, watching his father jam with his band and the grimy streets of D.C. are the influences that shaped GFella’s unique flavor of hip-hop. His music has a universal appeal that is powerfully inspirational to all that listen.

GFella has been on his grind performing at Six Flags, The Hard Rock Cafe, music conferences, college campuses and various other venues and events throughout the nation to a diverse fan base that has begun to swell and reach across the oceans to Iraq, Germany and Japan to name a few. He has worked in the studio with Mr. Cheeks, Bun B and songwriter Mary Brown. He was signed to COZ Records as a producer, writer and engineer.

GFella can be heard on several underground mix tapes out of New York City, the King J mix tape, and DJ Big Bink’s mix tapes, Vol. 1 & 2. He spit much fire on Bink’s Vol. 1 mix tape and made such an impact that on Vol. 2, ‘In My Streets’, he was teamed up with Universal recording artist Gemini. He has been the featured artist on 97.9 The Beat in Dallas, doing the radio drops for both The Steve Harvey Morning Show and The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.