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Portrait of BRO-G
G.A.G.E is from the streets of the boogiedown Bronx one of the three boys from a broken home. G.A.G.E grew up on hip-hop from the early 90s which forged his rapid and very versatile flow and delivery. Also a product of the early fusion of rap and punk rock like Nirvana, this MC/ lyricist has a unique view of music which is found in his kerosene hooks to each murderous bar he writes. He teamed up with his older brother, Cahuna, to form the group "Dollyz Boyz", named after their true inspiration, their mother, who held it down by herself. Three boys in the hood, what else could they rep but Ma Dukes. G.A.G.E is a throw back MC who won’t shy away from a battle with anyone, from headliners to the hottest the streets have to offer. With songs like "We ’R’ Thugz" , G.A.G.E. along with big brother, touch on some serious subjects. With all that has gone down 9/11 and The Towers, Dollyz Boyz focused back to some of the problems prior to Bin Laden. "We noticed a lot of artists focusing on those topics and we prided ourselves on being as creative as you can be in rap, so we stayed away from that stuff." Many in his own camp have long thought of G.A.G.E. as pure raw talent that needed a little guidance and focus and a star would be born. No label, just straight fire with no water in sight to stop his blaze.
 
 
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