Hamptons Entertainment, Inc. Signs Lyrical Hip Hop mastermind G-BALL to Ocean Front Records
December 13, 2012
The Hamptons, NY- Hamptons Entertainment,Inc. CEO Ray Los is proud to announce the signing of Chicago's hottest Hip Hop artist G-BALL! This incredible rising star has signed a deal with Hamptons Entertainment,Inc. signing onto the Ocean Front Records roster.
Along with personal management from D.A.M.G. Entertainment to guide his career and a 1 album record deal with Ocean Front, G-BALL will also receive promotion, marketing, publicity and booking services through Hamptons Entertainment, Inc's sister label, Paradise Publicity. G-BALL's debut singles “MAKIN' MOVES” and "GET GHOST" have been released to radio worldwide and will be followed by the his debut album, scheduled to be released later in 2013 on Ocean Front Records.
With a undeniably dope style, this Chi-city native is methodically plotting his takeover. Possessing a voice and a flow that is classic, with a swagger that rivals the best in the business, and lyrics sicker than a hospital emergency room, G-B.A.L.L. is the definition of what happens when you mix skill, swagger, and dedication into one person. The name G-B.A.L.L. started from just what people would call him growing up on the south side of Chicago, but he would later attach a meaning to it: G.rowing B.eyond A.ll L.ife's L.imitations.
Growing up, G-B.A.L.L. dealt with a lot of life's
hardships at an early age, including the death of his grandfather who happened to be a jazz drummer and was a big inspiration to G-B.A.L.L., musically and in everyday life. While attending Dixon Elementary School and South Shore High School he got involved with gang activity, drugs, and other unsavory parts of the streets, but never strayed away from his music.A near death experience, the violent deaths of closefriends & family problems caused G-B.A.L.L. to re-evaluate what he wanted to do with his life. G-B.A.L.L. decided to attended Columbia College.
After a couple of semesters majoring in Audio Arts &Acoustics he couldn't continue because school became too expensive. This caused him enroll at the Music Industry Workshop, where he received a certificate in a music business course, and decided to give the industry a go off of pure determination and grit.
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