G Sharp
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  • Sky Is The Limit [edited]
    Genre: Hip-Hop
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Biography
Geren "G Sharp" Davis was born July 21, 1990 in Tulsa, OK. His parents are Tori and Eddie Davis, Sr.. He was a brother of 3, him being the youngest, Nichole being oldest, then Eddie, Jr., then Maurcus. He lived there for about 8 years then moved to Okmulgee, OK, thanks to his father's new church. Geren always had dreams of being an NBA star, but the dream had become unreal to him as he discovered his talent and passion for music in 2004. By 2006 Geren had given himself the title "G Sharp" and recorded an album, "Tha Fresh Man", and sold it on iTunes. Unfortunately, the sales were under radar, saling only 300 copies. "Jammin On Da One" sold 500 records alone, and he then began to rethink this whole dream. The next year, he was back at it. Hoping to redeem himself from the low-budget recording of his 1st album, he went and bought equipment for a home studio. He then began to work on his next album entitled "The Declaration of Hip Hop". The album was a major step up from his previous, but managed to only sell 1,300 copies. The problem here was probably "promotion". This album dropped in July of 2008. This album was also nominated for an Independent Music Award. "The Microphone", his lead single, also sold 350 copies.

By January of '09, G Sharp was back with yet another album named "The Greatest Alive", and was clearly stating his point. Again the album sales increased, as well as his fan base. This time around, G Sharp mainly aimed at other rap artists in Oklahoma. Mainly, his 4-year long high school rap beef with local rapper Lovett. The 2 had been feuding for years, but G Sharp put the nail in the coffin with this one. Lovett no longer wanted anything to do with beef or G Sharp.
In Spring 2009, G Sharp was unexpectedly dissed by his former rapping buddy Young Smoke. G gave some criticizing pointers to help his friend's career out. Smoke takes the criticism as hatred and in turn dissed him. Of course, G Sharp came firing back with "Smoke Damage" and literally hurt the guys feelings. Soon after, they talked it over and squashed it. G realized how everyone said he's always beefin' with other artists. Smoke then sneak disses G Sharp again, and the makings of "Bi-Polar" began.
G Sharp's next album entitled "Bi-Polar" debuted as the #1 Oklahoma Hip Hop album(most of 2009). It was released on July 4, 2009. The album featured the #1 smashes "One Good Time", "Feel 4 You", "Computer Virus" which featured bigtime Oklahoma rapper The Artist, and his reply to Young Smoke and the rest of the hating world with "The King Lives On". It sold only 300 copies its first week, but managed to outlast others. The following weeks his sells were a bit fewer than its debut week, but he had finally sold over 750 copies of an album in a 3-week period. This album was directed at everyone surrounding G Sharp's personal and musical life. It shows his up-and-downs, different styles he is good at, and he also brought swag(without making every song about, repeats) back into the playing field, but kept it real. By years end, this album sold 6,500 records, and was Oklahoma's Best Selling Rap album of 2009.

G Sharp now awaits the debut of his oldest brother The Artist's album, and his fifth indie solo album "Bi-Polar vol.2" Lyrikilla". Then they will focus hard on their joint album under the name B.EZ. It will be the first time the two collaborate for a full album.


According to album sales, G Sharp is not some big time hip hop superstar, but compared to mixtapes by other artists in Oklahoma, G Sharp has fully surpassed those artist who couldn't sell out a bathroom. With over 9000 albums sold, G Sharp is making his way to becoming a huge Hip Hop artist. G Sharp was also named Oklahoma's Greatest Rapper of All Time by SoundClick.com. He is also the #1 Hip Hop Artist in Oklahoma according to Sparkdaddy.net. Following up behind him was his older brother The Artist#2, and his younger cousin The Marvelous One #3.


'''AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS:'''

3 Platinum Mic Awards
4 Oklahoma Music Award Nominations
2006 Midwest Best Rapper Winner
3 Independent Music Award Nominations

"Jammin On Da One" peaked at #13 on Independent Music Charts.
"The Microphone" peaked at #29 on Independent Music Charts.
“One Good Time” peaked at #1 on both Country: General Country and Hip Hop: Positive Vibes.
Over 20 #1 songs on SoundClick.com Oklahoma Music Charts.
Guest featured on over 10 Top 10 Releases on any given subgenre
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  • Sounds Like:
    Jay-Z, T.I., G Sharp
  • Influences:
    Jay-Z, Ludacris, T.I., Nas, Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, LL Cool J
  • AirPlay Direct Member Since:
    02/05/10
  • Profile Last Updated:
    06/08/18 16:20:05

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