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"MAGAZINES AND BLOGS"

Ozone Magazine
XXLmag.com
Allhiphop.com
Nahright.com
Break Magazine
Word On The Streets magazine
Atlanta Journal Constitution
SierraLeoneonline.com
Future Flavors magazine
SIR magazine
Rolling Out magazine
Early County News
Alabama State University newspaper

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Discography

Life The Great

Discography:

Albums/Mixtapes

What’s Greater Than Life 2002
10 Months In This Gut (mixtape) 2004
Apr. 14 2006
The UltraSound 2008
Mother and Father 2009

Singles

So Special
Stupid Fresh
The Pager
Mega Man
Life’s Mysteries
Mermaid (What Dey Do)

Press:

Ozone Magazine
XXLmag.com
Allhiphop.com
Nahright.com
Break Magazine
Word On The Streets magazine
Atlanta Journal Constitution
SierraLeononline.com
Future Flavors magazine
SIR magazine
Rolling Out magazine
Early County News
Alabama State University newspaper

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Bio

Does anyone make Real music anymore? This has been a topic in the hip
hop community for a long while now and the answer is clear, the artist you
seek is Life The Great (L.T.G). Hailing from Grady Memorial Hospital in
Atlanta, L.T.G. is the first of his family to be born in the States. Both
of his parents were born and raised in the west African country of Sierra
Leone . Being no stranger to struggling, as he dealt with his parents
starting a new beginning (in the United States), L.T.G. was almost forced to
express his feelings artistically; so he began his journey of writing music
in the late 80’s. Deeply inspired by artists such as LL cool J, Rakim, Geto
Boys and Bob Marley, L.T.G. found himself unknowingly molding the
incredible hip hop artist that we hear today. His plan is tedious yet
feasible to Destroy, rebuild and inspire. L.T.G. places himself with the
elite few that understand the formula of making timeless music .

His past projects include “The UltraSound” where L.T.G. took us on a
ear rollercoaster of songs inspired by the 1980’s. His debut single “Stupid
Fresh” caught the attention of the world with its retro synth sound and
throwback references. He also pushed the 1980’s movement further by
shooting an elaborate video that included the De Lorean (back to the future
car) and ton of 80’s fashion and dancing. Avoiding being placed in
category of faddish music (which he knew would be the case before even
starting the album) he decided that he would do something that at the time
no artist had ever done. In the summer of July 2008 L.T.G. created his own
month calling it “JuLife” where he destroyed the internet releasing a new
song everyday for the entire month of July. After 31 new records were under
his belt he embarked on a new journey of entertaining record deals.
Following months of negotiations L.T.G. came to the conclusion that he did
not want a regular artist deal so he signed himself to his own Label “Urban
Acres Entertainment”.

Just as his patience peeked a situation came which allowed L.T.G. to
ultimately get distribution for his label on a global scale. No sooner than
the ink was dry with his new deal, he began re-working his highly
anticipated 2nd album. According to L.T.G. this album will be the moment
in history where music in general changes. The album Is titled
“Mother&Father” and the leading single off of the album is called “Mermaid
(What Dey Do)”. He explains the single saying “it’s a wake up song for us
guys”. The song takes you on a journey where a man is interested in
multiple women and shows it by approaching them in a typical manor later to
find that these are not typical women. It’s topics like these that L.T.G.
says “makes the backbone of the album”. To hear L.T.G. talk about his
future in music is simply breath taking. It almost makes one want to time
travel just to see it happen today. L.T.G. says that people will be
surprise to know that all of his albums are already completed.