G-Scott and His Weekend in Los Vegas
G-Scott Spits Soundtrack for a Weekend of Getting Lost in Las Vegas
Once an aspiring video game designer born in Gary, Indiana; Gerald Bailey started making music at the age of 15 thanks to a bet between him and two friends on the way home from a trip to Six Flags Great America.
He and his friends decided they wanted to start a group hobby and actually complete it. They settled on rapping and producing music. What started out as a summer hobby, quickly transformed into a passion and G-Scott the rapper and producer was born.
G-Scott began to learn his way around the production software Fruity Loops 4 and Reason 3.0. Throughout his 4 years at Merrillville High School in Indiana, upcoming rappers referred to him as the “go to guy” in terms of production. It wasn’t until his senior year, when he began to take rapping more seriously because of his love for lyrics. He had dabbled in poetry in junior high school but wanted to combine his own production in a more up-tempo format.
G-Scott began to network and trying to expand, moving more outside of just a local high school. “I want to be an actual musical force in the industry as far as my artistry”, says the now 19 year old emcee and producer. In order to reach the panicles he plans to reach he felt he needed to reach bigger markets with his music.
After his 1st semester of at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana; G-Scott released “The Billionaire Block Boy” mixtape.