Orlando, Florida hip-hop artist Gambino mmc has released quite a few singles lately as well as his Opp Season album. Check out his latest singles, Make Em Dab & Hit On Ya Head both featuring Jag & Mafii below.
There are many more singles releasing very soon from Gambino mmc. Follow him on Spotify below & be the first to hear his latest music.
Listen to Harder That I Go sneak peek by Gambino mmc off upcoming Opp Season album below. This is the first single produced by African producer IB SELECTOR. Save this track to your Spotify playlist before it drops. Single will be on all major digital media outlets soon.
K.Le Da'Vincci Bio
Starting at the age of 6, Memphis born music producer, singer and rapper K. Le Da’Vincci, born Christopher Forest, was introduced early to a life of music.
Since the beginning, it was clear that music would be in K. Le’s future starting with his grandfather, Beale Street music legend Earl Forest, the man behind the infamous “Beale Streeters,” an informal group of friends formed in the early 50’s who played on each other’s recordings and included music stars B.B. King, Bobby Bland, Johnny Ace, Junior Parker, and Rosco Gordon.
Influenced by his grandfather, his father, who was a keyboardist musician himself, his older brother and other musicians in his family, Christopher Forest would eventually become Kazpale “K. Le” Da’Vincci.
The name “K. Le,” pronounced “Kay-Lee,” originated from the shortening of “Kazpale,” pronounced “Kaz-pah-lay,” which means “Gifted with many hidden talents.”
K. Le made up his name “Kazpale” while in his 7th grade History/Geography class in middle school. Due to the mispronunciation of Kazpale, it was later shortened to K. Le.
It wouldn’t be until later that the budding multi-talented artist K. Le would know his fate.
As he grew older, K. Le Da’Vincci immersed himself within all types of music and talent as he built up a catalog of hundreds of songs. During his development, he would form a relationship with former music group X-Camp which, at the time, drew the attention of music mogul Russell Simmons, amongst others.
K. Le collaborated over the span of X-Camp’s early career before the group disbanded over differences.
K. Le Da’Vincci moved forward to work on his own projects, while still assisting other talent wearing multiple hats as a music producer and engineer in the midst of releasing independent music releases such as the 2010 project “9 Days, The Demo” which included the Hip Hop/R&B/Dance single “All Night.” Other projects released by K. Le Da’Vincci included “The Levels (Mixtape),” “This (Mixtape)” and “Carpe Diem (Mixtape),” during his years of musical experiences.
During his promotional music career, K. Le Da’Vincci ventured into entertainment as well, hosting multiple accredited events including the MemphisRap.com Music Showcase & Industry Networking Event (2008, New Daisy Theater in Memphis, TN) and 2nd Annual Memphis Hip Hop Expo (2012 , Cook Convention Center in Memphis, TN).
Now a seasoned artist, producer, songwriter and entertainer, his infectious personality and presence are just a bonus of his mastery of music and stage presence.
Suffering from a studio mishap causing him to lose his entire music catalog in 2012, K. Le Da’Vincci is now taking the time to rebuild a new catalog of music productions, working with a group of talented artists and musicians on future releases, while preparing to start work on his first independent studio album for commercial release under his own founded company Wav Squad Productions.
Bio copied from www.kledavincci.com
Stay tuned for our upcoming interview with this multi-talented artist.
Listen to K.Le Da'Vincci's latest project release below on Spotify & be sure to follow him on all social media platforms listed as well.
Friday 3/2/18 K.Le Da’Vincci released the first of nine projects scheduled for release this year titled “The Fate of Kazpale”.
All music was produced by K.Le Da’Vincci recorded exactly 15 years ago, back in 2003.
We're very excited & proud to announce our artist Gambino mmc's recent success. Gambino mmc was nominated for the Indie Artist Of Da Year award, Florida Artist Of Da Year Award & Rookie Of Da Year Award for this years ADMA (Atlanta Decade Music Awards) ceremony late in 2017.
After much praying, hard work & dedication, he's driving back home to Orlando, Florida with the 2018 ADMA Rookie Of Da Year award after tonight's annual ceremony & party. A very big milestone for his career as an artist & for us all as a record label.
Congratulations to all award recipients for their success & congratulations to all our team members for working hard together for a common goal.
Take a sneak peek at some upcoming clothing product designs that will be available in our merchandise store in near future. Just a lil' tease to look forward to. Merchandise from all artists & 100 Underground Empire will be available as well.