KG Mack

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K.G Mack is an artist, producer and composer whose rhythm, style and ingenious word-play separate him from the rest. K.G began writing poetry and song lyrics at the age of 12. Growing up, he listened to all types of music such as old school, jazz and R&B; so it was only natural for him to incorporate that into his music by using loops, basses and samples in his production. K.G is an individual of many talents and his self produced mixtape entitled “KG Mack: The Voice Behind The Music” is a clear example of this. While his production style has been compared to the likes of Just Blaze, Kanye West and Timberland, it’s safe to say that he has his own signature style which puts him in a lane of his own. In addition to his talents as a producer, KG has also performed at various “Open Mic” talent-shows in and around his home city of Toronto. In doing so, he’s been given the opportunity to associate himself with various tastemakers in the entertainment community including Gavin Sheppard, former manager of Juice Rochester (Maple Music/Universal Recording Artist), producer extraordinaire Sproxx from Hustleman as well as artist Rich London (Soul Clap Records/ Universal) to name a few. K.G does most of his recoding at (ICV) Inner City Vision recording studio now known as “The Remix Project”. He participated in the “How To Spit” workshop under the teachings of renown artist Mayhem Morearty (Hustleman) and super producer collective Midi Mafia. Under their tutelage and mentorship, KG learned the importance of working hard and staying focused in order to reach success. Growing up in metro city housing, K.G knows that there’s no room for failure but only room for improvement. His music reflects life as he sees it as well as things he’s personally witnessed in his own neighborhood and city. K.G is arguably one of the best “un-signed” lyricists in the city of Toronto and is considered to many as one of the most underrated underground MC’s.


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