New sauce alert!! Ammo the Don, aka Trap G’zus is a emerging hip-hop artist with deep musical roots. Growing up, there was always music playing in his house and Ammo started playing the piano at age 5, but by 9 years old he was playing Wu-Tang’s C.R.E.A.M. instead of practicing Chopin. He has been making waves in the rap scene with his latest project “The Smoking Gun” which is on all platforms right now. The project showcases his versatility as an artist and his ability to create quality rap.

GDM Entertainment was established in 2006 and was an answer to the lack of support and exposure that he recognized for artists in Connecticut. Even though he had been interested in rap and hip-hop since the age of 9, he did not have any guidance or resources to help him to make a path for his dreams. Lack of finances and lack of resources lead him to turn to the streets as a way to make money…

This project is a mix of some older music he brought back with a better mix and some new stuff that he been cooking up. The production on the project is solid, with each beat perfectly complementing Ammo the Don’s flow and delivery. The opening track, “Celebration,” sets the tone for the project.

As the project progresses, Ammo the Don showcases his range as an artist. Tracks like “Hallways” and “Dope Bowl” are low key bangers, while “Mission Statement” is more of an introspective and showcase Ammo the Don’s ability to tell his story with raw honesty.

Throughout the project, Ammo the Don’s flow is impeccable, with each bar delivered with precision and confidence. His lyrics are both relatable and aspirational, with themes of perseverance and ambition recurring throughout the project.

Overall, Ammo the Don’s latest project is a solid effort that showcases his talent as an artist. The quality of the rap and the production is undeniable, and the project is sure to appeal to fans of quality hip-hop and good music. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Ammo the Don’s latest project and keep an eye out for what he has in store for the future.

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