"Greg Gutty is an old soul with a new twist. This passionate young singer will leave you wondering why it took so long for music to find its way home." - Levi Little President, TPI Records The nation is quickly discovering what Hampton Roads has known for a few years. Portsmouth's own Greg Gutty has created a new sound that is leaving fans begging for more. That new sound is called Rehipsoul. It's an updated fusion of Reggae, Hip-Hop and Rhythm and Blues. This sound has been percolating in this self -taught musician's soul for many years. At the age of 5, little Gregory Yancey in his carefully tailored three-piece suits was the lead singer in an a cappella Gospel group named 4 of a Kind. The boys wowed church and community groups with southern gospel favorites such This Little Light of Mine and "Amazing Grace. 4 of a Kind even made it to the Apollo Theater twice for the famed Amateur Night. In his teen years, Gutty experimented with Rap music, but that genre did not fulfill his desire to deliver messages to his fans about love, and life. In 2012, Gutty took the mid -Atlantic by storm when he released his family drama hit Child Support. He has performed at more than 30 different venues including BB King Blues Club and the National Underground in New York, the Apache Cafe in Atlanta (Gutty won first place in the open mic competition) and the Inkwell Centre in Tampa, Florida. His unique talent has not gone unnoticed. In March of 2016, Gutty took home the coveted Best Male Vocalist Award in the inaugural BME Independent Music Awards competition in Norfolk, Virginia. Founding member of the Grammy award-winning group Blackstreet, the legendary Levi Little is now working with Gutty and his band Port of Reign. This powerful team of talent promises to bring audiences an exciting musical experience.
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