The formation of this young black entrepreneur began in 1993 when the music flowing through his veins forced its' way up and out into the world. Since he was reared in a musically inclined family Gregory learned music was soul food. His grandmother, a most influential factor in his life, brought him up him in the small town of Pass Christian, Mississippi.
It was with family in February of 1993 that he and cousins composed a group, consisting of three members, known as DA KG'Z. 17-Shot, Lil-Hound, and Newport stepped into dances and block parties with full force, rapping for simple fun. However, becoming so popular throughout coastal communities they started taking matters seriously. Gregory, now donned Dub-G, went out and purchased a sing-along machine, which the group used to make their first song (N****Z DAT KILL) in 1994.
It wasn't until 1995 that they made their first studio appearance before Blain Ashley, CEO of Big Talk Records. Blain shed the first light on what goes on in the music industry and they began work on their first album. Unfortunately youthful frivolousness led various members down the wrong paths and the group consequently split up.
At this time Gregory, having long ago realized music was his career path in life, remained in music as a soloist. He was soon asked to join another group on the label, DA G-Fellaz. The group was doing very well. His peers from the previous group, DA KG'Z, were in processes of reforming their lives and realized they needed music in it. With this realization the reorganization of DA KG'Z became reality, but Gregory became torn between his new family and his true family.
The decision to go solo again was a choice that would help him for the better. There were various rap contest won, stage experiences, and the recognition of the Gulf Coast that forced him to want more. He went into learning how to produce and about other basic ropes in the industry. He was now ready to leave his old label and start his own company.
Within the next two years he formed Big House Music, LLC and the group C.M.P. (Collective Minds Possy) with his friend Derek Bradley (who is also a producer). After years of hard work Gregory has worked with & opened for esteemed artists: U.G.K, Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz, Juvenile & BG (formely of Cash Money Records), David Banner, Mr. Magic, Choppa and many more.
Now with many years of experience, sharp, focused flows, super production skills, as well as a group of well-rounded artists (known as Tha Warrior Tribe) everything is in full perspective. This young businessman is ready to take on the world with his up and coming music label.