Gary, Indiana native, GI Gizzle currently based out of Minneapolis began his music career at the young age of 12, rapping and writing lyrics. He has collaborated and rubbed elbows with some of the industry’s top artists including Boosie, Sauce Walker and more, along with some of the top producers. While his roots are deep in northwestern Indiana, he moved to the Twin Cities of Minnesota at a young age and continues to go back and forth for his music career. He prides himself on originality and authenticity as he strives to stay true to his story. His music is inspired by some of the industries legends, such as 2Pac, Mac Dre, and Boosie to name a few. He has dropped hit singles “Tip Her” & “Barcode” which populated a buzz. The energy he brings symbolizes the passion he has for his music and community in which he has given a lot back to, by creating opportunities and working with local creatives. We present you with his first studio album called “Don’t Take This Personal” working alongside Rich the Factor. Check it out and follow the movement.
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St. Paul, Minnesota; DB THA RASTA (DB), born in 1989, American Hip-Hop artist drops his latest mixtape “Just a Reminder”, hosted by DJ Enferno. “Just a Reminder” is a solid 11 track project which features a wide variety of sounds, through the assistance of various producers while DB Tha Rasta does what he does best…drops dope lines with remarkable delivery guaranteed to make you vibe throughout the entire project. DB is not a rookie in the hip-hop industry, his first record, “Trap Boomin” dropped in 2014 and became an instant hit, reaching over 20,000 views in the first month posted online. With a buzzing social media presence, DB was invited to open on stage for national Hip-Hop artist “2 Chainz”, welcomed by a sold-out crowd of over 3,000 fans. In recent works DB released hit singles with national artist “Boosie Badazz” on the track titled “Did Dat”. Taking full advantage of the exposure to a new fanbase, DB was able to reach and maintain new fans on a national level. DB continues building his network and has performed at various venues across the U.S. Most recently DB gained even more exposure by connecting with popular Detroit artist Peezy on his track titled “Mandatory”, which dropped shortly before Peezy turned his self in to do a federal prison bid. While DB can hold his own, he has also worked with national recording artists Kevin Gates, Gherbo, and Young Dolph. Check out and support “Just a Reminder” and be sure to link up with DB Tha Rasta on Social Media.
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“Just A Reminder” is also a available on Live Mixtapes, Datpiff, MyMixtapez, and Spinrilla!
Checkout the Video to lead single “I Don’t Rap No More”
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