Trey McGee, performing as GP, wants to draw attention to the senselessness violence that takes place in and around his city of Brookhaven, Mississippi.
‘God Bless’ is written, produced and performed by Trey, and is inspired by Tupac’s ‘God Bless The Dead’. It’s a celebration of loved ones that have passed on, and highlights that we are all the same, we all have only one life to live, no life is more valuable than any other. Why do the good die young? Why are lives shattered through the actions of someone behind the barrel of a gun? Wives left without husbands, husbands left without wives, mothers left without children.
With this song, GP wants people to realise that it’s all senseless loss. That it needs to stop. Politicians can rant about it all they like, but it’s not putting an end to the violence. People still die, families and communities are still ripped apart. GP conveys his message in a poetic rap that is both heart felt and rhythmically complex.
‘God Bless’ has a really mellow vibe, with the song staying on topic and really pushing the message effectively. It’s a tough subject, but GP gets it across really well.
At the helm of G92 Productions, GP offers Recording and Mixing services, as well as Photography. He’s been the Recording and Mixing Engineer for the How Fly Entertainment Music Group since 2012.