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GMD’s earliest musical influences date back as far as he can remember. His mother being a master of African dance, provided a rich education in the exuberant sound of the legends of African,      African-American and Afro-Caribbean genres as they blared from her Hi-Fi – tunes from the likes of Fela Kuti, Bob Marley and Dennis Brown were a staple in his household. Due to this solid foundation GMD’s understanding of music, rhythm and energy on stage allied with the feeling that the music bestows onto his audience is advanced to say the least.


GMD’s own sound began to take shape in his early teens when his cousin, RugzFam, arrived back in Liverppol 8 with a new sound from the south that is now known as Grime. Together they formed Grime Family aka G-Fam. Alongside the older generation of crews such as MOB and YOC, G-Fam were ambassadors for the North-West UK Grime/Hip Hop scene and the Bluetooth era. Roadside bangers like ‘G-Fam Ting’ and ‘Not on TVs’ were produced during this period and many live performances in the North-West and beyond cemented G-Fam’s notorious reputation.

At present GMD has developed an intense, electrifying style that has evolved and flourished as time has ticked by. Tracks such as ‘Cash Callin’ ‘ and appearances on P110  are a testament to the heavy lyrical content and visual flare that make GMD stand out. While live performances at 02 Academy along side legends Method Man and Redman and at the Labour Conference After party show the brazen, raw energy that GMD can bring to any stage, anywhere, anytime. Be sure to stay tuned to GMD’s socials and keep a keen eye on the horizon for a lot more material from this exceptional artist

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