Growing up in Southern California (Orange County) as a Latino American (Mexican) hip hop rapper, Joey Hussle aka "Joey G" was exposed and heavily influenced by the rap that was exploding throughout the streets of Los Angeles. He first became infatuated with music at the age of …
He grew up idolizing ... as a youngster. And it was while he was in high school, that Joey Hussle decided truly to focus on being a rapper because he discovered there were no Mexicans rapping at the time and he wanted to change the music scene.
Initially, his parents, particularly his ..., did not approve of rap or hip-hop...Mexicans rapping? No way!
Years later, as Joey Hussle has proven himself to be a formidable, up and coming talented artist, his mother/father has come around. "My father and my mother both fully support me now," Hussle says.
Joey Hussle is making his rise slowly and has already shared stages with some of the worlds top hip hop acts opening for E-40, Too Short, Travis Porter, DJ Quick, Suga Free, Hot Dollar, Glasses Malone, Problem and recently with Young Trav to name a few as his name bubbles in the underground.
Joey Hussle is ready to bring something to the world that's not being heard of a lot right now. It's that Cali hood hip hop music, Mexican style, truly reppin the Chicano culture. And because Joey Hussle has the streets buzzin right now as a new voice of the streets featured on the single, "Green and the Gold", he is hard at work on his debut mixtape, that is sure to go straight to the top showing that West Coast luv.