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MP3 G Double P - La Cosa Nostra Code Of Honor

midwest gangsta rap

22 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: Hardcore Rap, HIP HOP/RAP: Rap



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G DOUBLE P’s BIO

“Guaranteed Double Platinum” is a strong statement to make, but it is the foundation in which G Double P was formed. In 1988,Antoine “Cash” Hunter, Michael “Money” Gilmer and Freddie “8 Double 0” Gilmer came together to create a true Chicago hip-hop sound that was definitely like no other ever heard.

In 1991, G Double P dropped a promotional single called O.C. to the 3rd Degree. Being from and for the streets, the response was overwhelming. Knowing it was only the beginning, G Double P gained recognition performing at local venues such as: Riviera, The 705, Park West, Red Dog and a host of others. By doing this, G Double P soon was off to performing in other cities and states across the United States: New York, Atlanta, Mississippi, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Miami and a host of others.

In 1994, G Double P formed their very own independent record company called 462 Entertainment. Keeping everything independent G Double P released their first album called “Why They Hatin’ On Us” which had the city of Chicago wondering if G Double P would be the group that brings recognition to a city that has been held out of the music industry for way too long.

With the year 2006 having already arrived, G Double P’s new album “La Cosa Nostra/Code Of Honor” is truly the best hip-hop to hit the streets. With 22 hot songs ranging from club... to street... to down right head bangers... you will know why they are “Guaranteed Double Platinum”.

For booking information call:
462 Entertainment at (708) 261-3284 or (708) 343-9095

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