African Canadian hip hop artist Gamrini has released his most recent single, “M.O.E. (Money Over Everything).”
African Canadian hip hop artist Gamrini has released his most recent single, “M.O.E. (Money Over Everything).” This latest single has been released concurrently with an accompanying music video, available for viewing online everywhere. The track itself is a modern take on a classic theme regarding the urban struggle, the self-explanatory title being all one needs to know exactly where Gamrini is coming from.
This new album features infamous names such as French Montana, Trick Trick, and Toronto’s C4. In addition, Evil Empire has also provided as hosts, DJ Charlie Brown and DJ BJ3525. Naturally, with a roundup such as this a great many people in the hip hop underground are paying close attention to the up and coming Gamrini. Even Waka Flocka Flame is present to call out, “M.O.E.”
Regarding the tone and sound of his new 19 track LP record, “The Ambassador,” Gamrini says, “The album is raw and uncut; every song has its own mood. I share my experiences and stories on the beat for my fans to hear. It is safe to say I 'kept it real' throughout the whole album.”
This is easy to believe, as Gamrini is one of the most direct lyricists rapping in English today. Interestingly enough, he was actually raised in the inner city of Cairo, Egypt, and did not move to Queens, NYC, until the age of 13. At 24 he found himself in Canada, and has since started his own music production company, FTP Entertainment, a hip hop and r n' b music label.
He names as major influences Tupac, Pimp C, Juan, Jay-Z, Trick Trick, Styles P, French Montana, Biggie, and C Murder.
Gamrini's single “M.O.E.” is available online everywhere.
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