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Gillie Da Kid, member of the Major Figgas, one-time ghostwriter for Cash Money, and very public adversary of Lil Wayne (with numerous diss tracks pointed his way) has been burning up the streets of Philly for a while now with his mixtapes. Babygrande did the honors of helping release some of his greatest tracks to the greater general public with The Best of the GDK Mixtapes, which features cuts from each of the Major Figgas. It's hard-edged and often violent, but there are some pretty decent songs here ("Figga Wat, Figga Who," "Murder Murder Kill Kill Homicide," "Ghetto That I Live In"), making the album a nice addition to any hardcore rap fan's collection.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Philadelphia hardcore rapper Gillie da Kid was first thrown into the national spotlight in 2006 from a controversy with Cash Money Records and its star rapper, Lil Wayne, when he claimed to have ghost-written for some of the label's artists, particularly Wayne. Years before the embroilment, Gillie da Kid, real name Nasir Fard, and his Major Figgas clique were heavyweights in Philadelphia's underground scene from pushing several independent records and mixtapes. The seven-person crew eventually signed...
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