A. Gully, Hats Off is in the building!!!
A. Gully is one of the elite hip hop artists right now in Ohio. A wide variety of producers, styles and a strong stage presence make him a hot commodity for venues in Cleveland and abroad. He records all of his music in an industry quality studeo called The Lava Room, which was recently named the premier recording studio in Ohio. A. Gully has performed at venues such as The Quicken Loans Arena (home of the Cleveland Cavaliers), The Baby Grand, The Metropolis, Lucicâs night club, The MLK Civic Center, The Cleveland Heights Civic Center, Peabodyâs, the Platinum Dreams, The Galleria, The Golden Glove Boxing Tournament, and many more.
A. Gully was nominated for best new artist at the Ohio Hip Hop Awards in 2007 and has since been working closely with the largest hip hop radio station in Northeast Ohio, z107.9, a Radio One Campaign. He first appeared on Radio One doing musical introductions for radio personality Jay Fresh, and has since done intros for almost every other personality at the station. In addition, his hit single âœHow Them boys Rollâ쳌 was the featured home jam of the week in October of 2007. A. Gully's hit singles "Witness" and "Hard for the money" was also featured on z107.9s homejamz. A. Gully's "Witness" campaign landed him on the cover of the Plain Dealer and blog sites all around the globe including yahoo sports and thisis50.com.
A. Gully has recorded songs with such local talents as Ray Cash, Chip the Ripper, Young Ray, Tugun Cannon, Deal, Legacy, Jus, and many others. He is making a remarkable statement in Cleveland Ohio right now and is hoping to expand his music to the rest of the hip hop nation in the near future. He prides himself on his songwriting ability for rap and other genres of music as well. A. Gully is unsigned at the moment, but works with a tight knit family of artists, managers and promoters by the name of âœHats Off Productions.â쳌
I play at a lot of places throughout Ohio and I like it a lot.
I think Tupac and Jay Z were the best to ever do it. But my real influences are my family and friends. A lot of people I grew up with are dead (RIP Cell, Adonis, Freddy,E, Mommy) or in jail (Hold ya head up B, L's, Pook, Dave, Tony) so I do it for everyone who wasn't as fortunate.
My lyrics, and personality
I wanna thank everyone who is reading this for supportin my music and recognizin a real rapper and real person in general. It take a lot of guts to support music that isn't mainstream, so i appreciate it and please continue to support me so that i can keep supplyin you. 4 real!!! I love yaull