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The streets of New York City are considered to be the most competitive arena for hip-hop music. Artists battle and compete against each other daily for respect, credibility, and a chance at stardom. They post music on Web sites, distribute mix tapes, and perform in showcases in the hopes that someone will grant them the opportunity to share their story with the world. Among those artists pounding the pavement and yearning to be heard is Brooklyn-bred 22-year-old rapper Gage. Gage's story is one of struggle and perseverance in the face of great odds. Growing up without a father and raised by a single mother, Gage endured an unstable upbringing for most of his childhood. At the tender age of 3, Gage was forced to live in a homeless shelter with his mother and two brothers for what amounted to two years. Yearning for normalcy amid the chaos, Gage used music as a way to escape the troubles of his home life. Inspired by the sounds of rap, Gage would go on to write his first lyrics at the age of 9 years old. Young, street-smart, and full of promise, Gage would go on to record his first song at 12. Producers and engineers marveled at his gift for rhyming and were blown away by the energy and near-perfect poise he displayed over tracks. With powerful lyrics, all-around great delivery and versatility, Gage soon earned a reputation throughout New York City’s showcase circuit for his strong stage presence and ability to move a crowd. This rep earned Gage the chance to be the first unsigned act to ever perform two consecutive years on the worldwide-known Funkmaster Flex Car & Bike Show tour. After a successful run on the Flex tour, Gage took the crown at Vibe's Unsigned Hype Tour, and with the backing of DTF Entertainment & Management he went on to win every major hip-hop artist showcase in the NYC area. With a strong support team and a flood of new music and videos hitting the net, it’s only a matter of time before the talented emcee is able to see his name in lights.

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