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Real Rap the Album
  • Artist: G. Fam
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 606041338623
  • Item #: SRD133862
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 4/15/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Real Rap the Album on CD

What if Aries-the God of War, that cool guy that always sat in the back of your 10 o'clock literature class, and the kid that was always beat-boxing at the bus stop decided to make an album? Crazy right? Well it had to be done....AND IT WAS BANANAS!! G.Fam is not just a rap group, but a three-part harmonic collaboration of lyricism, B-Boy swagger, and a pinch of pop to cultivate an original sound that is compatible with listeners of various tastes in music everywhere. G.Fam prides itself in making real yet enjoyable music for the masses without trying to portray an image that is inconsistent with their given lifestyles. Born and raised in the Chicago land area, the three members of G.Fam which includes Aireez The Phenom, JG AKA the Jizzal, and producer/ engineer/ rapper C-Smiff exude persistence, versatility, and a strong commitment to learn and grow as individual artists in order to give anyone who listens to this album something to bang from beginning to end. This could be further explored in their recent album "Real Rap". This highly anticipated album features anthems such as "I Ain't Goin", "Streets Crazy" and "Wake Up". Trunk bangin beats along with energetic and diverse lyrics come together in this trio who are bound to make anyone who listens become an instant fan. G.Fam is most comparable to Outkast, mixed wit a lil Chi-town swagga with a new-age twist. A few years from now will prove that G.Fam wasn't only just another rap group, but they represent a Hip-Hop movement in itself.