Goo Carries Out The Legacy Of His Brother


When it comes to being musically inclined, Maryland’s Goo is not a new person in the recording business and has made a name for himself. From innovative and vanguard lyrics to overall performance and style, the music is speaking for itself. Don’t sleep on Goo because the musician and entrepreneur might just have something up their sleeve that is purely unexpected.

Goo has been using rap and graphic design as an escape from the drugs, violence, and poverty that surrounded him at a young age. After jail consumed his childhood years, he decided to turn his life around finding his passion in music. Unfortunately after years of ups and downs in the struggling music business, Goo also lost a strong piece of his empire when his brother died at the age of 26 in a car crash. This accident gave Goo the drive to live out the legacy of his brother and to make music that the world can feel.

Goo has opened shows for many major artists and has received music industry guidance from Harve Pierre, head of A&R and president of Bad Boy Records. Additional accolades include winning the Lil Wayne Concert series in Washington DC and being featured five times in The Gazette newspaper of Maryland. His latest project is his 1944 Gooler mixtape featuring singles “Fast Cars” and “No More” and music videos “No Chaser” and “I’m On.” His upcoming project, part two of 1944 Gooler mixtape, entitled Gooler the Ruler, is currently in production.


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