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Jack Gregory

Jack Gregory is a twenty-year-old writer from Nashville, TN living in Jersey City, NJ. Jack has worked in the music industry for five-years now, serving as an A&R, manager, publicist, and creative director. Find him on socials @GACKJREGORY.

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Jack Gregory

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Slide – [Svnday]

By Jack Gregory // 30 Jan 2023

Atlanta perpetually has one of the most dynamic and talent-laden music scenes, birthed by those who are natives to the city and strengthened by the many who move to the city to chase their dreams and perfect their crafts. Svnday is certainly part of that crowd who has transplanted themself into Atlanta but only helps make the musical fabric of the city stronger and is signed to Nappy Roots’ label “Not Regular” which is the perfect support and guidance for Svnday to navigate a confusing industry. While it would be easy to just label him a “conscious” or “lyrical” rapper that is certainly not the case as he is versatile in his sounds and beat selection and only grows more versatile the more time he spends in the studio. His song “Slide” is just a shade under 100k views in its first month of being released and is indicative of how quickly Svnday is building a name for himself in Atlanta and beyond.

Blizzard – [Brill 4 the Thrill]

By Jack Gregory // 14 Oct 2022

The Detroit sound has invaded every coast across the country as it has become the new de-facto style for shit-talking and flexing for all boisterous young artists throughout the nation and has indirectly helped give new-life to much of the West Coast scene, adding spellbinding and industrial production from the Motor City into the umistakable ‘Cali Bounce’ while the two areas share a common love of bragging. Bay Area artist and associate of G.T.’s Money Counter Music collective, Brill 4 the Thrill is one of the most captivating artists pushing through with this mindset and flow, taunting those who missed his wave while praising those who stayed down and helped honor his vision. The ominous but fast-paced instrumental comes courtesy of Noah Brabs and MykalFlippa and left Brill with a perfect backdrop to unload his braggadocios bars.  

What U Like – [Jahn Dough]&[Dizzy Wright]+[Lu]

By Jack Gregory // 14 Oct 2022

Landing in our pages today is California-grown rapper Jahn Dough who is accompanied by veteran MC Dizzy Wright who has been dazzling listeners with smooth psychedelic jams for the better part of a decade now, and despite this Dough sounds right at home with the seasoned artist. The video which was filmed at Prophecy Production Studios, and filmed by NicelyDoneVisuals matches the mood of the song perfectly and shows both of the artists in a charismatic and compelling manner. The video is a trippy daydream for Jahn Dough where he is taken to the strip-club for the first time by Wright, helping him cross off bucket list moments across the city of Dallas.

$$$ Don’t Buy Happiness – [Quan’ta]&[Chris King]

By Jack Gregory // 14 Oct 2022

Over the last few 5 years, rising rappers Quan’ta and Chris King have been on an active mission to establish themselves as forces to be reckoned with. Hailing from Atlanta and Fontana, California, respectively, the duo have made strides with solo records, as well as making a splash with their engaging collaborations. Looking to keep the streak alive, they team up for their engaging new EP, Money Don’t Buy Happiness. Clocking in at 10-tracks, Money Don’t Buy Happiness finds Quan’ta and Chris completely comfortable and ready for war. Typically known for their ability to snag impressive features, the duo keep that streak alive, recruiting D. Savage for the standout single, “Ridin’ With It.” Throughout the 28-minute runtime, the two absolutely put on a masterclass as they shift through cadences at a breakneck pace, while showcasing a crucial chemistry that allows them to play off one another in an infectious way, bringing the engaging production to a new level. Standing out as one of the crown jewels of the project, “$$$ Don’t Buy Happiness” finds them floating over the production as they rhyme about the old age debate about whether money is the key to salvation. Serving as the intro and titular track, “$$$ Don’t Buy Happiness,” is a great showcase of the qualities …

Hypothetically – [John Michael Howell]

By Jack Gregory // 14 Oct 2022

He is an independent singer and songwriter that has independently done millions of streams, gone viral numerous times, has grown his Spotify to over 200k monthly listeners and his instagram to over 100k followers. These are massive achievements for a young artist without a major team behind him. He is no small fish by any means, he actually signed a one-song deal with Universal but ultimately decided that being independent is the most comfortable route for him. This year (2022) he has released several successful records, such as “Locket” and “I L O V E Y O U” to name a few, but his record “Hypothetically” that just released this past June has done over a million streams ALREADY! This is a solo record about love and a bunch of “what if’s” pertaining to him and a girls relationship. His falsetto adds so much flavor to this record and with his underrated lyricism, John Michael Howell would be a steal for any major label to snag. This song is perfect for doing some studying, enjoying a nice dance at prom or even riding down the road on a cool fall/summer day.

Anointed – [George Rose]

By Jack Gregory // 14 Oct 2022

Hailing from Kentucky, George.Rose is truly one of a kind. His ability to sing, rap, produce, and dance are nothing short of amazing and truly shows that he is a jack of all trades. He recently released his Debut album titled, “Anointed” and the lead single from it was “Alive” with Reach Records artist 1K Phew. This record did a lot more than just delivered, it has been one of the most popular songs of the summer and as a independent release, has nearly 100k all time streams in just 2 months. The Music Video which was shot by Ray Knowledge adds even more flavor to the overall song.  This speaks loudly of the creativity and out of the box thinking by George and his team. George has told us that this record means a lot to him and stands as a the biggest investment he has made into himself as an artist.

Stories – [NoChildhood]

By Jack Gregory // 14 Oct 2022

Nochildhood is up and coming in the independent rap world with a unique sound and lyrics that detail what it has been like for him growing up without a father figure, feeling abandoned, and finally finding himself through his music. He describes his music as “pain but motivational music,” his music serves as his outlet to communicate his emotions and experiences. The name “Nochildhood” originated from his isolation from a patriarchal figure in his life, looking to his mother and his twin brother as his only family. Eventually, he ended up spending a majority of his teen years in Juvenile Institution; this started his transition to focusing on rapping. He said that he realized he had to figure out what he wanted to do with himself and he knew music was his way out. He felt as if he had nobody to talk about his pain to so he started putting it in his music. He recently released on if his latest videos titled “Stories” which a is a combination of two songs stories and his other song “Therapy” which he combined into one video. As his career continues, he hopes to become a music legend and positively impact the youth …

Shoot The Club Up – [Passhon]

By Jack Gregory // 14 Oct 2022

Deriving her artist name from the word ‘passion’ meaning a “strong and barely controllable emotion,” Passhon also had a deep rooted passion for music. After recording her first song, Passhon has been on a roll ever since. Born in Milwaukee and raised in Indiana, music is something Passhon has been passionate about since she was 13 years old. Realizing that music is powerful and that she loves being able to express herself while painting a picture for others to visualize, Passhon’s sound is exciting and metaphorical, making listeners open their ears when they hear her messages of women empowerment and motivation. Recently collaborating with Grammy-Award winning producer Luney Tunez for her current single, “Shoot The Club Up” (STCU). The single has caught traction but has also sparked a controversy about the recent overturn of Roe V. Wade. She also recently released her newest EP, GMB Season, which she says has a provocative and passionate vibe. As of right now she has three mixtapes, ‘Socratic Irony’, ‘Lady of the Streets’, and ‘No Tamin Passhon’, two EP’s, ‘Mind Reactions’, and of course her most recent release, “GMB Season.”

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