G Hill

CEO & Founder

Born in North Memphis, Tn losing his Mother (Deborah) & Aunt (Walterine) at the age of 9. His Father (Gregory) & Sister (Amberly) moved to College Park, Ga during the beginning of the Organized Noise, Dungeon Family, OutKast, Goodie Mob, Oomp Camp, So So Def Era. Music was introduced to him at a early age. He was fortunate enough to attend schools with Professional Athletes & Celebrities kids, & siblings in Clayton & Fayette County Schools such as OutKast brothers, Cee-Lo & Big Gipp of Goodie Mob, Chuck D of Public Enemy, Marquis Grissom of Atlanta Braves, Dominique Wilkins of Atlanta Hawks, Monica, Ciara, Jermaine Dupree, Dallas Austin, Evander Holyfield & Producers, Music Execs, & Black Business Owners. Gregory automatically took the Hustle & Entrepreneurial advantage of things by sell & trade with clothes, shoes, video games, dvds, cds, candy to whatever from middle to high school. He stood out because of his difference in style, hustle, approach, & Memphis accent. That led to him doing house parties with friends. Then making music in the basement. His first step in the music industry was with Down For Life Records in College Park, GA. with CEO Greg Suttles which lead to him meeting B Rich & Lil Roonie production credits for Boyz 2 Men, Usher, Bow Wow & Many More. He quickly learned behind the scene roles of the music industry such as Management, Road Management, Production etc. Earning a intern position with So So Def that landed him plenty of opportunities, on top of being a familiar face in the industry. As time passed he connected with childhood friends that formed MMI (Making Moves Inc). MMI founded Roscoe Dash “All The Way Turnt Up” & Producer KE on the track that created the Futuristic Sound. After shady business with the major labels, he went back to the real culture of Atlanta & managed Kebo Gotti & Co Managed Lil Cap high school friends, writers & featured artist of Waka Flocka top hits “Oh Let’s Do It” & “Grove St Party”. He then worked with Rich Homie Quan before T.I.G (Think It’s A Game) booking him his very first shows. On RHQ claim to success G was then labeled as the Streetz A&R. He then became the go to guy that took you from the streets to the industry. A&R position with Chubby Baby, Road Management for Jim Jones, Road Management Tour for Young Scooter, Lucci, and Ralo. Developer, Organizer, & Director of Atlanta Vamps. Mega Club Marketing & Promotions on the Southside of Atlanta.