Memphis based Dedicated Music Group is a fast growing Urban music label boasting Billboard chart topping artists with one common goal, Kingdom Building. The label’s newest family member is known to some as “Mr. Wut Can I Do For Ya” but to most by GAMMAGE. Gammage is a hard hitting, explosive rapper whose music has a mainstream flare and appeal but he is without a doubt a Christian. His lyrics, beats and style can go head to head with any rapper – Christian or mainstream. The difference is the potent, pure, passionate life-messages that are delivered in every track. Gammage attacks the enemy like a warrior via his lyrics while his music is fierce, beat bangin’, solid energy!
Gammage has released his first solo project via Dedicated Music Group and Universal Music Christian Group. Breeding Grounds is available now at all digital music outlets. “Breeding Grounds represents all that changed me; the word of God, the local church and a personal, intimate relationship with God,” expresses Gammage. “The album’s central focus is redemption and restoration. My purpose through this music is to Empower, Encourage, Edify and Motivate!” The project includes the fan favorite “Avon Park”, “Tattle Tales” featuring Mr. Del, and hit single “Country Boy”.
Gammage, who is also a youth pastor in Tampa, FL, joins the line-up of talented, kingdom building label mates at Dedicated Music Group. Three year old DMG has released two Billboard chart topping, Dove Award Nominated projects: Mr. Del’s Thrilla and Mali Music’s The 2econd Coming. “Gammage is an incredible spirit filled artist,” says DMG President Del “Mr. Del” Lawrence. “His aggressive delivery and southern drawl makes Breeding Grounds a ground breaking debut.”
The first digital release this year for DMG was Inside Out by DMaub who is known for his top-notch lyricism and undeniable delivery. The label is continually strategizing to maximize leverage on delivering quality, life-changing music in an ever changing music industry. The label’s goal is to meet the Urban/Hip Hop consumer where they are, while introducing them to positive, talented artists. “We have learned that the buying public for our new Urban/Contemporary Christian Artists are online, explains Angela Green, DMG General Manager. “That is why we have chosen to release their first albums in a digital format while we introduce them on a national level and expand their fan base. Once the demand for the physical product increases we will move to that distribution option.”
And you may be asking why the aka: “Mr Wut Can I Do For Ya”? Gammage explains that he is a servant and he, as we all should, does whatever is necessary to assist and help a person because the Word reminds us – “But he that is greatest among you shall be your servant.” (Mat 23:11)