After 10-plus years of independently wading through the hip-hop industry’s trenches, G-Eyez (an abbreviation of “Golden Eyez”) is experiencing the proliferation of his star power as a recording artist. His two-fisted vocal style, street life-oriented content, and personally reflective lyricism is a product of his diverse upbringing as a Cambridge, Massachusetts-born and Houston, Texas-reared MC.
G-Eyez a strong track record of collaborations with several independent rap heavyweights and legends alike, including, but not limited to, Termanology, Red Café, Joe Budden, as well as The LOX’s Jadakiss, Styles P, and Sheek Louch. His debut street album It’s Only the Beginning, hosted by DJ Statik Selektah, was produced Boston-based producer J.Cardim and released in 2007. The album balances G-Eyez’s poetic depth and bare-knuckles grit on the mic with standout tracks including the smoker’s anthem “Dat Good” and “Can’t Keep Me Down.”
The Boston-based rapper’s sophomore project Retro Series is an homage to hip-hop’s “Golden Era” of the 1980s and 1990s that inspired his craft. On the project, G-Eyez updates several classic rap tracks with his nostalgia, charisma, and wit that exemplifies his versatility as retro-futuristic in his skill set. His third release is an EP titled Chasin' History where he showcases his talented lyrical ability mixed with a new age production twist. Currently he is working on the follow-up to that EP with a project titled Better Late Than Never, which features notable tracks like "Summer Days" and newly released single "Sacrifice." The latter track is one of his most personal of his career, exhibiting his dexterous wordplay with spiritual lyrics and chorus over a sobering trap-style soundscape.
Also, G-Eyez has recently strengthened his music business portfolio and visibility. In 2017, he launched his own publishing company CMB Publishing (Cambridge Music Business Pub Co LLC), and is a partner in a booking agency called Capitol Front Booking. The agency organizes tours, live shows & music events all across the U.S. The company’s most notable booking are the Higher Power Tour & SXSW music festival. music also had multiple film and television placements such as ESPN’s SportsCenter, Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why; BET documentary series Music Moguls, and MTV’s Broke Ass Game Show.
The relentless U.S. tour schedule throughout the country has exposed G-Eyez to a wide variety of audiences. During this decade, he has performed at the following venues: SXSW Music Festival in consecutive years from 2013 to 2018; A3C Music Festival in Atlanta from 2014 to 2017; Higher Power 1 (east coast) and 2 (west coast) US tour; S.O.B's in New York City; numerous hometown stage performances at the Middle East in Cambridge, MA; Calle Ocho Festival in Miami; the Urban/ Latin music concert at the Fenway Park in Boston. He’s opened for major Hip-Hop acts such as Rae Sremmurd, Migos, T-Pain, Fabolous, Twista, late Queens rapper Chinx Drugz, and Jadakiss. As his stock continues to rise, G-Eyez will keep venturing his path as one of the best rappers to ever come out of the New England region.