Miami, Florida – Gank Gaank was born in Broward County, Florida. He takes his inspiration from South Florida trap music and makes it something of his own. His new album, ‘Ask Me If I Felt Pain’, is now out. You can hear the hit single on all major music platforms.
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Gank Gaank’s real name is Andy, although his stage name is GANK GAANK. The title of his album is interesting in itself. It implies the growing pains of arising as an artist. It is certainly a struggle, and we all are probably eager to ask him about it. His rap seems to range from melodic to harder words. The rap music is all in all very pleasant to listen to. The African American rapper recently signed a deal with Kamp 36 Entertainment. Kamp 36 has given him a platform to take his art to the next level. He is one of the fastest rising artists in hip hop.
The FADER just named him as one of the top five rappers from South Florida that you should know about. Hopefully, he will be able to top the charts and make headway with Billboard. Kamp 36 is determined to get him there through his music and also adding bonuses like merchandise that can further promote the artist.
He has had his taste of success before with his single ‘Pain and Pressha,’ and the music video has amassed him over 2 million views on his YouTube. He certainly talks like those he is familiar with the pain and pressure of being on the street.
His sound of music is best when he is pouring out his heart to the melodies. The single ‘Ask Me if I Felt Pain’ is so raw and candid and yet upbeat. The music video starts with him rapping beside a grave. It’s truly a fusion of rap and hip hop that’s hard to pin down. What’s clear is that he has the energy and momentum to overcome. He talks about losing his friends. He is talking about real issues here in society, and perhaps, even things he has faced in his real life.
You can follow Gank Gaank on Instagram and other major social media platforms.