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I’ve always treated what I’ve achieved as a gift for which I’ll always be thankful.” There were some hard dues to be paid, however. Out of high school he took a succession of menial minimum-wage jobs to support himself while pursuing his dream: as cleanup crew in a fast food chain’s commissary, as a pizza maker in an all-you-can-eat pizza joint. All of these experiences fed into his lyrics. At the same time he began to make a name for himself in the local underground hip hop scene. A friend told him he had to have a rap name if he wanted to be a rapper. It was 1995, the height of “gangsta.” A number of options were suggested: AK47 and M16 were rejected outright, but he decided that Glock 9, minus the “k,” sounded catchy. His raw talent was recognized early on. Francis M. sort of took him under his wing, telling him: You have a gift, what you do with it is up to you.
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