Griz Gusto (25- June 30, 1993)
Georges Baguidy, also known as Griz Gusto, was raised in Waltham, MA/Orlando, FL. Despite being born in Waltham, Griz’s roots run deep into the Caribbean islands. Born to two Haitian parents, Griz proudly claims and represents the Haitian-American community. His earliest music inspirations were Biggie and Lil Wayne. The first time he heard a song by Notorious B.I.G was when a girl from his neighborhood would ride around on her BMX bike blasting “Juicy” off a boombox. He was mind blown by Biggie’s flow and style. Since then, he fell in love with Hip Hop music and the culture.
Griz found himself getting into trouble in and out of school and at the age of 15 his parents decided he needed a significant change. They forced Griz to move from Waltham, MA to Orlando, FL so he could get a change of scenery. A few years after finishing high school, he enlisted in the Army National Guard—which he still serves on a reserve status. Griz Gusto, S-Ko, and a third member, MassMoneyFaith, formed Mass Money Entertainment. Griz Gusto is considered the most versatile of the group. His versatility makes him unpredictable on the mic– which gives him an edge over today’s new artists. He brings a different type of confidence and swagger to his music and Mass Money as a whole. Griz entered 2019 hungrier to succeed than ever, and he’s ready to raise the bar for all new Rap artists in not only Massachusetts, but across the nation. His latest project “Talk to Me” was released on April, 21st in which fans can expect a variety of fresh music with a catchy vibe for every mood.
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