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On the Come Up: 205.Ghee

Christian Houston
Christian Houston

By Asia Nicole Alcorn

Dallas native Christian Houston, also known as 205.Ghee, is a trained musician and budding artist; who’s also the Founder and CEO of FourMobSound, a music company striving to improve the rap industry in Alabama by allowing artists to work and grow their audiences.

This 19-year-old is an impressive individual, majoring in computer science at the HBCU, Alabama A&M University.

In his family’s Alabama home, 205.Ghee has a built-in studio, where he records most of his hot tracks and he is currently reaching greater heights with his mainstream music, incorporating his unique style of singing, rapping and humming.

Back in the Day

At 23 months old, Houston was diagnosed with leukemia. However, he and his family never gave up the faith. They trusted God until he was healed from the deadly disease.

“He is a literal walking miracle,” said Rosilyn Houston, mother of the rising artist.

“From the moment he entered this world, he has been strong, courageous, resilient and tenacious.”

Dope Hip Hop (DHH), a Texas-based music blog, recognized 205.Ghee as one of the best in hip-hop.

“205.Ghee is certainly a star on the forefront of emerging Texas Hip-Hop artists,” DHH said.

205.Ghee’s deluxe album Redrum was released on August 7, featuring the hit songs She Said and Lexus.

Redrum is a passion project that allowed me to flex my creative, technical and artistic muscles,” 205.Ghee said. “I wanted to show everyone what’s to come as I continue my journey in music.”

Check out Stream 205.Ghee’s newest album Redrum (Deluxe) on Apple Music and Spotify.

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