Insight on Rell

FSG Rell

Where it all started

FSG Rell is from a small city-like area called  Pottstown, PA. Pottstown is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States about 40 miles (64 km) northwest of Philadelphia and 20 miles (32 km) southeast of Reading, on the Schuylkill River. As of 2018 Census Bureau Estimates, 22,667 people were living in Pottstown. The racial makeup of the borough was 72.1% White, 19.4% African American, 0.2% Native American, 0.9% Asian, 0.0% Pacific Islander, 2.2% from other races, and 5.1% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 5.6% of the population. The birth of FSG Rell in Pottstown, Philadelphia was prolific, inspirational, and part of God’s plan. FSG Rell‘s early childhood years included strong family ties, street dreams, drug-infested street corners, and Hip-Hop Music. The culture of music flowed through the household of FSG Rell and lit a passionate infinite flame inside of his soul. On long car rides with his parents, they would blast James Brown, Marvin Gaye, and Smokey Robinson to enrich his musical vibes. By the age of 14, FSG Rell began writing rap rhymes and free-styling in public in front of crowds known as battle rapping. FSG Rell’s name began floating around Pottstown as a legitimate rap lyricist. Local DJ’s, barbershops, corner-stores, and D-Boys cosigned the buzz. The reality of FSG Rell’s music potential began to bloom and take form into a full-blown movement. In 2017, he launched FSGTHELABEL as a multimedia conglomerate. FSGTHELABEL encompasses a record label, clothing line, music publishing, artist development, global merchandising, and more. FSGTHELABEL released its first commercial release “FMB” which included the street anthem “BTG” (Bag To Get). “BTG” reflected the grind, struggle, and streets. FSG Rell digital catalog has generated 350,000+ streams across all platforms within 18 months. Gucci Prada & Fendi is the battle cry for young hustlers worldwide. FSG Rell: New Definition of the Millennial American Dream and vision of a young millennial hustler. The entire EP “FMB” was an eye-opener for the city of Pottstown, and the state of Pennsylvania discovered another musical gem. FSG Rell activated his “beast mode” persona for his next major release “Gucci Prada & Fendi.” FSG Rell converted his darkest thoughts, pain, rage, and street dreams into a classic Hip-Hop Soul Anthem. Every “young bull” (aka young guy from the block) began blaring “Gucci Prada & Fendi” from their headphones, box Chevys, Impalas, and projects. Gucci Prada & Fendi made every millennial dream chaser go a “little” harder. FSG Rell set a very high bar for himself, and he welcomes the pressure of “Philadelphia” Hip-Hop. The state of Philadelphia has produced some of the greatest music entertainers in modern history. Everyone from Will Smith, Jill Scott, The Roots, EVE, Beanie Sigel, Meek Mill, PNB Rock and more are considered musical legends. FSG Rell understandably knows the level of greatness he must ascend to optimize his dreams. FSG Rell‘S latest album release “Ambition Over Fear” has the internet on flames in 2019 and everyone from major labels to the hottest nightlife promoters are officially endorsing the Pottstown native as #THENEXTBIGTHING

FSG Rell is . . .

Someone who loves to be around good company. My personality is fun and outgoing, although at times I can be quiet. Usually most of the time I’m always making jokes, helping people, or doing my best to have a good time. Family is important to me. Family to me is someone who loves you for you and someone who always has your best interests. I’ve had a lot of good fortune with my friends. A lot of them I consider family. Also, eventually somewhere along the road I would like to do a couple things on the side besides music. Such as invest in real estate, become a credible author and being a director. I like to do things that involve creativity, stuff that gets your mind going.

I’d rather bet on myself, try to live my dreams before I let somebody tell me what I should do with my life.”

— FSG Rell

This is how I 100 percent feel, I live by this everyday. As kids they ask us what do we want to be when we grow up or they ask us what our dreams are. Then as we get older they tell us that whatever are dreams were it’s most likely that we can’t achieve it. Telling us to then pick a career, go to college and do something more reasonable. Why not try to achieve your dreams while you’re still young? You can always go back to school but you can never get your youth back.

Ride this s**t with a surfboard. Quarter-mil on this college s**t, but I’m worth more.”

— FSG Rell

This quote is showing how I turn how I feel into lyrics. “Ride this s**t with a surfboard” is representing how a lot of people just follow what people tell them what they should do. Also known as riding the wave. “Quarter-mil on this college s**t but I’m worth more” translated from me thinking why would I spend all this money on something when I think I’m worth more. Also that I think I can be more successful chasing my dream. This is not to say you shouldn’t go to college. This is just to explain my feelings towards, for some people for what they want to do going to college helps them do what they want to do. Everybody’s path is different.