Pinc Gator

For over a decade, Pinc Gator has been inspired and motivated by music…

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For over a decade, Pinc Gator has been inspired and motivated by music.  The ladder has always been a major part of his life, due to his father’s musical capabilities and involvement.  At anytime of the day the Bishop was sure to have a record serenading throughout the house, whether Gospel or Blues.  That kind of explains why there is a soulful sound to Gators voice whenever he briefly caters to his singing ability.

Gator realized rap was one of his niches when he was always able to hold an audiences attention whenever in a freestyle cipher.  Pinc always wanted to flow, but  he never wanted to write his lyrics down.  His brother always reiterated “write your lyrics down” in Gator’s ear.  After a few years of being stubborn, Gator finally took his brothers advice.  Once writing became a part of his routine, his craft actually began to grow.  Although he began writing, many times throughout the years, Gator had tried to be naive to the fact that music, not just rap was his craft.  Family and close friends were always supportive, but it was the people he did not know that sort of solidified the potential factor.

Let it be music or just ordinary life, Gator has always had obstacles to deal with.  People’s procrastination has always been a hindering in part of Gators success.  Folks have a mind frame of tomorrow.  That tomorrow attitude has created a “Bitter Over Time” attitude for Pinc Gator.  Therefore he never gets too low or too high based on somebody’s words.  He just believes it when he sees it.

Gator has a unique raspy sound to his voice that makes him stand out when collaborating with anyone. He is not your ordinary down south representer.  Although, he is very aware and appreciative of the culture that Houston has created for itself.  He tends to focus on his personal experiences with women, deceit, childhood, etc.  Gator’s lyrical wordplay and distinctive metaphors will one day create a nice place for him in Hip Hop even though his genre can be viewed as extremely diverse at times.  He might be spotted in a public setting wearing his signature football helmet without a facemask, or one of his many turbines.  Electric and outlandish pretty much sums up his character. He is not out to harm anyone, he is just going to get what he feels is his.  Pinc keeps an humble mind frame in all his endeavors, knowing that nothing last forever.

Pinc Gator is a dedicated artist and is constantly striving to perfect his craft.  Success is part of believing and having faith, and that’s what facilitates his drive.  He is not your ordinary “rapper”, due to the fact he is an all out entertainer, and loves to capture an audience. No matter what country, city, or state you are in, keep your head on the swivel, Pinc Gator is probably near.

Bio c/o SellABand

SoundCloud

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Tracks produced by LexZyne Productions:

The Distance – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Bang It – (No Face Mask) (2012)

The Glory – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Fortune – (No Face Mask) (2012)

I’m Sorry – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Haiti Baby – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Get Away – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Plastic People – (No Face Mask) (2012)

Never Had – (No Face Mask) (2012)

I Need You – (No Face Mask) (2012)

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