As everyone should know by now, The Circle of Bosses invaded CPG Radio with C.O.B. Week. The series’ final installment ended festivities with an exclusive interview from super-producer and Christian rap artist Jim Gittum.
Although you may not know Jim Gittum by name, you most certainly are already familiar with his music. Not only is Gittum responsible for helping to shape Crooked I’s sound over the years, he was also an intricate member of Death Row Records’ second dynasty. Ever since his childhood, Gittum has been heavily involved with music from his violin training to experience playing the piano in Los Angeles’ church circuit. His unique and fresh approach to music has helped him gain the attention of artists such as The Game, Keyshia Cole, The Dogg Pound, Tyrese Gibson, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, Tupac Shakur and several others. In this exclusive interview conducted by CPG Radio, Gittum speaks on his past endeavors on Death Row Records, his debut album The Vision, the Hell No Records brand and much more. Fans will definitely be excited about this in-depth conversation and surprise calls from other C.O.B. members. Make certain that you check out the show’s full recording using the link included below.
In the event that you missed the previous two installments of CPG Radio’s C.O.B. Week which included appearances by Sauce Tha Boss and The Horse Shoe G.A.N.G., you can replay them from CPG’s Blog Talk Radio home page. Please be on the look out for additional C.O.B. members making appearances in the near future, including their upcoming artist The One. In the mean time, please keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board for additional news updates.