Multi-Talented artist, Lil Unfufu unleashes the visual to his debut single, "A 1000 Ones "
Rapper/producer Lil Unfufu (born Gregory I. Pulliam) grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. Listening to all types of music and it shows in his body of work. He began rapping in the summer of 1991 when he entered his boys & girl club annual talent show (then rapping as Kid Duce). In 1993 Lil Unfufu won first prize at the same talent show winning a chance to be on BET'S teen summit, but a drug arrest and conviction sidelined his opportunity. However, he continued to write and rap in juvenile detention eventually, after meeting local producer Dru, he decided to do a 3 song demo that never made it out of the studio because he was arrested and sentenced again for drug possession.
Upon his release in 1997, he released his first single entitled "Thug T.K.O". Later connecting with childhood friend and producer/rapper B.A. Barakas (Tavaris Thomas), the two joined forces and started their own independent label (BANG'EM ENTERTAINMENT) in 1997, releasing 2 projects in one year "Bang'em Where We Hang'em the Compilation" and "Murderer" his debut album, then rapping as Mr. Murder. The two albums did so well locally that their Bang'em Entertainment imprint landed an independent distribution deal through bankrupt distributor Southwest in 2002, to be distributed regionally.
Since his release though in 2011 he has been working harder than ever releasing his first mixtape "Still I Bang" a book entitled "Scandalous", and a song a day mixtape series via the internet and countless other records. Also, in 2014 he released his RNR mixtape hosted by Dj Bigga Rankin.
Unfufu's visual for his new single "A 1000's Onez" from the forthcoming album entitled "A Song A Day Vol.6" is available now on all major platform.
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