INTRODUCING -- ARTIST "CharlesDahGreat"
CharlesDahGreat also known as
“TGH” is an upcoming rapper
Born and raised in Jacksonville, FL.
His love for music began at the age of 10 when his youngest brother’s Dad built a in-home studio in
the guest bedroom of their home.
He Started off releasing music on his MySpace page, but It wasn’t until the summer of 2019 when he
began to actually take being an artist seriously.
His first EP “Third Generation Hustla”
, released February, 11th 2020, which included his Top song til this
day “I’m Winning” , where he
spoke mainly about staying strong at his lowest moments.
That’s where it all started and got the ball rolling for TGH . Since then, He’s dropped 3
mixtapes, 2 collab projects (With Jwavves) and 7 singles!
Listen on Spotify
Interview Section With TGH
If you could collaborate with any artist, who would it be and why?
Hands down, it would have to be Lil baby. Most people focus on the beat of the song and the bass in
the speakers. But I focus on Punchline’s and story telling. I feel Lil baby can make a song about
anything, no matter what it’s about and it will be Hot! That’s what my goal is. The music will always
sell itself. But I want to be able to make music about anything no matter the topic and have different
crowds relate to it!
What differentiates you from the next “wannabe” rapper?
The difference between me and wannabe’s would be that I’m not going to try to fit in. I never been a
follower. And I think that’s the problem now a days, most artist don’t know what lane they want to be
in. I’m overlooked now, but if I ever get the same opportunities as other industry rappers, I’m taking
advantage of it. Mark my words.
How do you plan to breakthrough?
In so many words I would say, by kicking the door down. Forcing my way to be noticed. No matter what
anyone tells you, nothing is ever going to ever fall in your lap. EVER! Nothing comes to a sleeper.
You have to take risk. Even with playing the lottery, you still have to get up, go to the store fill
out the card with your selected numbers to even get a chance to win the big jackpot. You have to put
stuff in motion, to even have motion! But not just with music, That’s how I view anything, in my
Difficulties of the come up?
The hardest thing about this journey is being able to balance music with real life. I don’t believe in
going to therapy. Why would I pay someone by the hour to talk to about my problems, have them listen
to me and tell me what I need to hear, when I can go to the studio and also pay someone by the hour to
let me get everything off my chest with no interruptions? Since I began taking music serious in 2019,
2021 was the hardest year of my life, so far. I was hit with everything you could possibly think of,
but instead of therapy sessions, I chose studio sessions and made the best music I have ever made.. So
basically it’s Pro’s and Con’s to what I consider “difficult”.
Where do you think the future of the music industry lies?
I feel like the history is going to keep repeating itself. 50 years from now it’s going to be another
upcoming artist, let’s say from a random place like Oregon, telling you everything I’m telling you. I
heard “Jay Z” say somewhere that “Lil Wayne” bodied one of his songs with a freestyle and it made him
rethink his career as a rapper…, which leads me to say I feel like the industry is watered down. It’s
only a matter a time before someone comes along and sets another bar and that will give everyone a
reality check. That person is me, I’m him.