Home of (GM)Got Money-N-Da HooD Enteetainment. Straight out of the Westside of Atlanta; Allen Temple, Got Money-N-Da HooD(GM) was founded by Samuel "Big Sam" Baker back in June 2004 with Big Sam working as the label executive, manager and founder of it all. Sam passion and ambition soon took to notice and many began to join which will eventually become this movement. Big Sam is the boss of the whole movement which is GM, handles all the paper business negotiating, and marketing. Speaking of artist, the first artist on the label is TINCH a.k.a Yung TINCH. TINCH and Big Sam reached and agreement back in 2006, making tinch thefirst artist to be signed to the label and also signed a verbal label agreement. TINCH now 19 years of age representing Westside Atlanta, GA/Adamsville(ADV). TINCH also runs a label called G.B.M (GangBang Musik) which is a subsidiary of the GM imprint. Other artists include Dirty Red, Yung Boot, and Young Cartel. The first project from GM is the mixtape "Got Money-N-Da HooD presents Vol.1: The mixtape hosted by GM CEO Big Sam. Special guest includes Power Hittas recording artist DG YOLA and Block Party Dj's. But beyond the music industry Big Sam also have an up & coming clothing line in "Eric Cody" denim. Even though its not an official line it is official(copyrighten) as of yet. In addition to that Big Sam also working on a home production/film company in Richer Son Production founded by the young mogul. Were looking to release "Got Money-N-Da HooD: Behind the streets documentary ft.interviews w/GM, music videos The whole label, movement, etc. is a click of bosses in general. Thats what we all have in common. We all bout money, but GM really represents loyalty. See its more than just music, were a family. Nobody can't never take what I create. Big money in this bitch if you didn't knew. Big business minus the business suit. -Big Sam .... .
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The industry itself. All respected and or successful indie labels turned major.