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Jacksonville, Florida, United States | Established. Jan 01, 1999 | SELF

Jacksonville, Florida, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 1999
Solo Hip Hop Pop


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"The Return of the Black and Gray Grenade"

Bang em Entertainment
For further information contact Rick Lite at ricklite118@yahoo.com

Rick Lite
8058 Helston Dr.
Jacksonville, Florida 32208

August 30, 2010
Bang’em Entertainment is back from a long stint with their first release in 7 years. On May 10, 2010 they released recording artist/producer Unfufu’s first official single “You Ain’t Really Ready” from his upcoming debut album “Exit Murder”. A video for the single release was just shot by artist and director James Bailey and is now being service. The video can be seen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ll05FaG2Mlc.

Bang’em Entertainment’s CEO and local rapper/producer Mr. Murder states, “I’m glad we are back and the dark days are behind us.”

Bang’em Entertainment started out locally in 1998 and in 12 years has released 3 full length albums and 2 singles. Even though that’s not much; being how long they have been in existence, but doing their laps of not releasing music they were collecting features from some major artist in the industry.
Ever since the labels successful debut of the compilation album “Bang’em Where We Hang’em it has been a leader in Jacksonville, Florida’s local underground rap scene. They went on to release one solo album from Mr. Murder, two singles from Unfufu and another compilation which ended a label battle in 2002 over rights to the name Bang’em. The 2002/2003 compilation Bang’em where We Hang’em and Slang’em (Millennium Style) sold 10,000 units locally its first week out, which landed them a regional distribution deal with now bankrupt Southwest Wholesale Distribution. The label later hooked up with then AWOL Cash Money Records, rapper Juvenile and his UTP Squad to record what should have been Unfufu’s breakout single but legal issues stopped the release of the record, halting the labels further success.
Unfufu’s comments, “Bang’em Entertainment and I were over ecstatic about that record at the time; but the past is the past, this is the new Bang’em Entertainment the future “You Ain’t Really Ready.
Link to the title tracks:
You Ain’t Really Ready – Explicit
You Ain’t Really Ready – Clean
Thug TKO
- Rick Lite


1.Thug TKO (Single 1997) 

 2.Murderer (Album 1998) 

 3.Tight Wurk/Feat. Hard Nard (Single 2000) 

 4.Freak, Freak (Single 2002) 

 5.You Ain't Really Ready (Single 2010) 

6.Smoke One, Drink One/Feat. Lil Boosie (Single 2012)
7.Still I Bang (Mixtape 2012)
8.Everybody Hungry (Single 2012)

9. Table Dance (Single 2013)

10. A Song A Day Vol. 1 (Mixtape 2012)

11. A Song A Day Vol. 2 (Mixtape 2013)

12. A Song A Day Vol. 3 (Mixtape 2013)

13. A Song A Day Vol. 4 (Mixtape 2013)

14. Back Like I Never Left (Mixtape 2014)



Rapper/producer Lil Unfufu (born Gregory I. Pulliam) grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. Listening to all types of music and it shows in his body of work He began rapping in the summer of 1991 when he entered his boys & girl club annual talent show (then rapping as Kid Duce). In 1993 Lil Unfufu won first prize at the same talent show winning a chance to be on BET'S teen summit, but a drug arrest and conviction sidelined his oppurtunity. However, he continued to write and rap in juvenile detention eventually, after meeting local producer Dru, he decided to do a 3 song demo that never made it out of the studio because he was arrested and sentenced again for drug dealing.

Upon his release in 1997 he released his first single entitled Thug T.K.O Later hooking up with childhood friend and producer/rapper B.A. Barakas (Tavaris Thomas) the two joined forces and started their own independent label (BANG'EM ENTERTAINMENT) in 1999, releasing 2 projects in one year "Bang'em where we Hang'em The Compilation" and "Murderer" his debut album, then rapping as Mr. Murder. The two albums did so well locally that their Bang'em Entertainment imprint landed an independent distribution deal through bankrupt distributor Southwest in 2002, to be distributed regionally.

After the release of the second compilation (Bang'em Where We Hang'em And Slang'em Millenium Style) in 2003 Lil Unfufu begin to focus more on his solo career, collaborating with Cash Money Records; then, awol hit maker Juvenile and his UTP records posse. By 2004 Lil Unfufu had done performed and worked with some of the best major artists in the industry, such as Trill Entertainment's Lil Boosie and Webbie. Unfufu's debut album entitled "EXIT MURDER" was schedule for release in 2005 but another run in with the law derailed the project. 7 years later he returned to the street dropping mixtape after mixtape, single after single. Now with his debut Ep due out soon music fans will sure to enjoy "Wash My Hands" the first single from the project. Also for up to date information on unfufu, fans may visit his website www.unfufumusic.com.

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