There is a brand new brother coming to the rap game with a different and very hot style that everyone is sure to like. His roots fall back to the late 70s, early 80s where he began dancing and rapping on the downtown streets of Chicago. This is where it all began for this 35 year old rapper and now he’s ready to hit the market with the hottest album ever, THE ART OF WAR .
Kall G was born in Philadelphia, PA on October 31, 1979. He lived there until the age of two, and then moved to Chicago where he was raised on the south-side. He is also the great god son of Mahalia Jackson.
Kall G has since made a most popular name for himself, in places such as Virginia, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, Port Author, TX, New Orleans, Gary, IN. He has performed with people like, Master Ace, Master P, MIA-X, Big Mike, Ice Cube, Ghetto Boys, Flavor Flav, Eight Ball & MJG and a few others. He has also had song’s on the radio such as, “City Streets,” “Homicide,” and “On my momma.” There is definitely platinum material from this young man.
“I have been to hell and back and now its time to tell the whole world my story,” Kall G told an interviewer. “ I just think rap music really needs a change from what it used to be.”
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What city and state are you from?
KALL G: Born in Philadelphia and grew up in Chicago, IL
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What is your music background?
KALL G: I have been doing music since I was about 19 years old and have performed at a lot of different venues in Houston, Louisiana, New Orleans, Chicago, Port Author, Texas, Virginia, Oklahoma, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Gary.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are your songs about?
KALL G: My songs are about being a better person, taking care of your business, stories that have happy and good endings, no profanity, no defaming women, to always be better than your surroundings and to remind everyone that listens to my music that you can be or become whatever you want with a lot of hard work and a strong ability to keep perusing your goals no matter what.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What is your favorite song to perform and why?
KALL G: Emergency because the state of Hip-Hop and the world is in a state of emergency. Today’s youth needs something more than to be constantly told how to dance, smoke, drink and party all the time they need to know that they have a future to work towards and that they are our future. Also that they can become doctors, lawyers, CEO’s of company and much-much more.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What has surprised you the most in the pursuit of a career in music?
KALL G: That people in the music business have a lot of influence of the masses of people in this world you can make a person happy, sad, cry, and also make a lot of money with just one song.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: Who are your musical influences?
KALL G: The Ojays, The Chi-Lites, The Commodores, Earth Wind and Fire, Curtis Blow, Run-Dmc, Rakim, EPMD, Common, Poor Righteous Teachers, Busta Rhymes, Pete Rock, Tupac and Digital Underground
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: How would you describe your music to people?
KALL G: It’s Rap/Epic, because it’s a mix of metaphors and street talk with positive and hot flows with change ups all throughout my songs and adding the cinematic beats I make just makes it Rap/Epic.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What makes you stand out from other artists?
KALL G: I have the ability to capture the same audiences as the mainstream artist without having to sound just like them or patter any of my music or flows after them while doing it without profanity, violence or hostility.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What would you list to see changed in today’s music industry?
KALL G: All of that “take your clothes off, get drunk all day, smoke all day, party all night, get a million tattoos.” I want to see the music change back to when you learned something after you heard a song and that song made you want to better yourself as a person.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are some upcoming projects that you are currently working on?
KALL G: I currently just finished seven albums, a 33-song mix-tape, working on my 8th album, a distribution deal, a local press write up, about 13 CD’s of instrumentals, a live recording of me performing some of my songs, writing and making beats every day.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
KALL G: It’s the best to ever touch a mic, enter a studio, perform on stage, drop the hottest album, change the minds of the masses of people and to change the world. In 10 years I plan on being successful, rich, CEO, businessman of the year in Forbes, actor, screenwriter, director and household name.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: How can your fans access your music and contact you?
KALL G: They can access me through Facebook/kallg01 Reverbnation/kallgandtatemusicgroup
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