Story by Fletcher Batts & Dj Big O
Humble G. tha (Hip Hop Fiddla) This takes Hip Hop as we know it to another level.
Waz good everyone, ya know wat it is… I find & bring u the raw & uncut when it comes to music. This time I am bout to flip the script, with the assistance of Fletcher Batts of (Hip Hop Encounter) who provided 90% of the info ur bout to read.
I 1st learned bout this young man (Humble G) back in 2008 when I was working as part of the 2008 Presidential Campaign for Barrack Obama. Here we have a young black man from Cleveland,Ohio who is just not doing Hip Hop Music but with a twist.
As we deal with our extended recession and depressed economic status within our nation; there is a glimmer of hope on the horizon. Humble G tha Fiddla brings a multi-talented approach to Hip Hop. With the combined skills of rapping, singing and spoken word to accent his superior violin playing, Humble G brings a fresh approach to the music industry that hasn’t been seen in years.
Growing up witnessing the first hand effects of a broken home, impoverished neighborhoods and corrupt systems has influenced Humble G and made him who he is today.
After studying the Hip Hop culture and growing his skills with the Global Entertainment group; The Afripeans; Humble G has his sights set on a solo career that focuses more on his attributes and what he can contribute to the music industry as a whole.
“My goal is to create GOOD music with a lot of positive energy in it. We are living in some tough times and to sugarcoat what is going on would just be an illusion. I’m no magician, so I am not going to act like what we are going through is a trick. What I can do is offer them a mental vacation. I want to create music that gives the world good vibes. I’m not trying to sell millions of records or be world famous. If I can touch one person with my music and they feel better about their situation then I would have done what God put me here to do” says Humble G.
If he is using the surname of tha Fiddla or the alter ego of Humble G or the combined personalities of Humble G tha Fiddla, the world is about to see that a young African-American male in his 20s from the hoods of Cleveland Ohio has something to say and he will speak to the people with his violin.
Humble has amassed over 500 performances nationwide including performing for President Barack Obama, at the Ojay’s Family Reunion, and has had the honor of being the onlyClevelandgroup invited to perform at the 2011 U.S. Tennis Open inNew York City.
Other notable performance venues and events include:
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
New Years Eve at Barley House
Joe Jackson’s Birthday Party
The Playhouse Performing Hall
African World Fest
The Appache Club (Atlanta)
Fox 8 News in the Morning
Frasiernet Power Networking Conference
New Music Seminar
Shooters On The Water
Twitter: @HumbleG_hiphope (100,000+ followers)
Facebook: Fanpage for Humble G (7,000+ likes)
YouTube: Official Channel (20+ videos with 100,000+ views)
Contact: Super Senior Entertainment – 440-570-4508
~words by Blue Lake Management