The musical artist Gansta-Marcus has lived a hell of a life throughout the years. He has been through more things than most can imagine. From his brother being stabbed multiple times to owning homes. Through all the rain and the pain, he still manages to keep a smile on his face.
He has been in the underground music industry since 2010. He started off by searching for young talent within his city of Lima, which led him to start producing himself. Since growing up to be a man, Marcus has had many children between two women.
Gansta Marcus has always believed in empowerment of our youth. He teach's the youth around him that, (In His Own Words) "Its okay to hustle, but have a job while rapping about your life. Selling drugs in not the only way to make money in the streets, you can sell cd's, scrap, learn to fix electronics and sell them."
After being there with him one-on-one, I also come to notice that he teach's them to be creative in making music, learn to record in the studio they build. I like the concept, make his whole city reach out to shine. I invite all readers, writers, and bloggers to learn more of the person they call Gansta-Marcus. You are welcomed to click on the link below to bing or google the Lima, Ohio artist.
Gansta Marcus claims that he is going to be release another various artist album by April of 2016. He say's that he have tracks stacked up steaming from 2010 till today. So be sure to follow the artist online as new content gets ready to hit the music community.
When asked how does he feel about the rap game today, he responded: "The rap game has become very diverse over the years. Went went from Tupac and Biggie to Master P and Cash Money. After that, it went into a new form of music created by DMX and Ja-Rule."
"The rap game kept changing. It created a platform for artist such as Beyonce and Nelly. The list just keeps going with artist that took off such as Soulja Boy and D4L. Now we are in a section on the community of music where gays and the LGBT communities are taking over. Young Thug and more are hitting harder than most could imagine.