Apr 11, 20161h 19m
Chris Gregory
Apr 11 '161h 19m
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Chris Gregory realized he wanted to be a rapper when he was 8 years old. As he grew, Chris began to use his creativity to counter the environment of gang activity and sordid social pressures surrounding Miami, FL. Rapping became an outlet for his own frustration in response to the world around him. Rather than be part of a system that produced gang violence, drug abuse, and negativity, Chris dove head first into music, cultivating a voice to combat the instabilities of every day life. Rap music became his therapy. An open forum of self-expression where he could escape into his mind and develop something positive in an environment that begged to hold him down. This is: Inside the Minds Eye w/ Chris Gregory Saavedra. Download, Listen, Share, and Support Chris at: www.soundcloud.com/its-Chris-Gregory-MIA www.facebook.com/ItsChrisGregory Music Featured on this Episode: "Inside the Minds Eye"- Written and Produced by Chase Perry and Adam Abramowitz featuring the song "Head Over Heels" by Tears for Fears "Everybody Hates Chris"- Written and Produced by Chris Gregory "Hypnotize"- Written and Performed by: The Notorious B.I.G. "8-Mile Instrumental'- from the film "8-Mile" "Running with a AK47"- Written and Performed by: Bone Thugs -n- Harmony "Ill Mind of Hopsin 5 Instrumental"- Written by Hopsin "Good Morning"- Written and Produced by: Chris Gregory "Aint No Thang"- Written and Performed by Outkast from their album "Southernplayalisticadilacmusic" "Blood, Sweat, and Dedication"- Performed by Chris Gregory and J Welcome on the track "King Shit" by Yo Gotti ft. T.I. "Freestyle"- Performed by Chris Gregory on the track "Disparate Youth" by Santigold

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