GMEBE Talks Meeting L.A.Capone, Opps, & Relationship With 600 Pt 3 | Shot By @TheRealZacktv1

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GMEBE talked about everything from their opps, to their twitter beef, to what gand the represent. This is just a snippet of whats to come in the next years or so. Just keep a look out and be ready to witness history. GMEBE: Global Money Eastbound Entertainment Allo Bravo JP Armani Kiddo Lil Chief Dinero Murda Pistol Will Bandz Even the most global music movement starts with humble beginnings. The musical artists leading these odysseys have two options: leave those beginnings in the rearview, or pay tribute to their roots as they create and innovate. 2015 sees the windy city’s most exciting ambassadors, the hip-hop platoon of GMEBE, bravely embarking on this second route, as they capture the gritty struggle of Chicago’s Southeast Side and unleash it on the masses. Each member of this celebrated rap team contributes a distinctive, yet interlocking vision that together forms a seamless, organic whole. Just think of Allo’s anthematic inspiration in DzFeed the Block,dz Pistol’s staccato lyricism on DzLetter to Shayla and Roe,dz and the patient cadence of Will Bandz on Everything these artists craft is shot through with the same unmistakable flair: real-talking, deep-thinking, imagination-grabbing hip-hop that is equally at home in the club as on the streetcorner.

This past year and a half has been an exciting one for GMEBE. Their hold on Chicago’s hip-hop scene was solidified with the release of Lil Chief Dinero and JP Armani’s Dz With the Shits,dz which was soon crowned as one of the most popular Dz Drill rapdz songs produced in the last five years. The song’s views on YouTube quickly eclipsed the 3 million mark and set a pace that shows no signs of slowing. Inspired by this surge in online popularity and underground buzz, the crew recorded and independently released [#] albums and mixtapes that combined both solo and collaborative efforts. With every release, they paint an intimate portrait of the hustle, and they refuse to pull punches. Chiraq, Drillinois: where daily life is marked by pain and loss, but also breeds an unshakable resilience. These young men have lived it, they own it, and now they’re its voice. Amid a hectic travel schedule, rocking concert venues and recorded features across the US, GMEBE continues to experiment with new sounds and prove their versatility beyond the confines of drill rap. In the summer of 2015, they hit the studio to rework Taylor Swift’s pop mega-hit, DzBad Blood.dzDriven by the crew’s signature street sensibility, the song features verses from Lil Chief Dinero, Allo, JP Armani, and a seductive hook from Chicago-based vocalist, Antartik. Chronicling the experience of so many youth caught between the hustle and the criminal justice system, the song captured international attention and became the official anthem of the 20th Anniversary Million Man March in Washington, DC in October 2015. As GMEBE turns the corner into their bright future, they remain open and excited for what lies ahead. As they spread their message, they will not forge