Peter Cory Pankey, Jr.
June 22, 1987
The Bronx, New York City, New York, United States
After Platinum, Young Money, Cash Money, Republic
Lil Wayne, Peter Gunz, Dot N Pro, Willie the Kid
Peter Cory Pankey, Jr. (born June 22, 1987), better known by his stage name Cory Gunz, is an American rapper from The Bronx, New York City, New York. He is the son of rapper Peter Gunz, from the duo Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz. Gunz is currently signed to [1 ] After Platinum Records, Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records, and Universal Republic Records. [2 ]
Music career [ edit ]
At age 14 Gunz was first signed by
Tommy Mottola to Casablanca Records and Def Jam Recordings. [1 ] [3 ] Jay-Z shepherded him into a joint venture through The Island Def Jam Music Group. He was featured on a remix of Rihanna's single " If It's Lovin' That You Want". Gunz mixtape [4 ] The Apprentice 3 - Season Finale has amassed over 85,000 listens on the mixtape website DatPiff. He also contributed a verse to the original version of [5 ] Lil Wayne's " A Milli" before it was replaced with new verses by Wayne for the album version. [6 ]
In early 2010, Gunz inked a deal with
After Platinum Records, Young Money Entertainment and Universal Motown. Gunz has worked with actor and musician Nick Cannon. In 2011, he got featured in Lil Wayne's single " [2 ] 6 Foot 7 Foot" from . In 2011 Gunz starred on Tha Carter IV MTV's "Son of A Gun" a reality show that follows Gunz after and before he got signed by Young Money. The show features appearances from close friend Nick Cannon and his father Peter Gunz. It was announced that [7 ] Universal Republic Records was going defunct, all of the artists on the roster moved from the label including (Cory Gunz) was being moved to Republic Records making the label itself revived. On July 16, 2013 he released his first mixtape in two years with [8 ] Datz WTF I’m Talkin Bout, it featured guest appearances by Busta Rhymes, Charlie Rock, Mack Maine, Wiz Khalifa, and Juicy J among others. In March 2014, Gunz revealed he was working on an EP titled [9 ] Kriminal Minded and following its release he would release his debut studio album. [10 ]
Personal life [ edit ]
Gunz is the son of
Bronx, New York rapper Peter Gunz. Gunz is a father of twin daughters Madison and Mckenzie.
Discography [ edit ]
Studio albums [ edit ]
Compilation albums [ edit ]
Mixtapes [ edit ]
Featured singles [ edit ]
Collaborative singles [ edit ]
Guest appearances [ edit ]
Filmography [ edit ]
Son Of A Gun Himself
Love & Hip Hop Himself
References [ edit ]
^ a b Jessica Koslow, "Interview: Cory Gunz: Youngest In Charge," February 1, 2005, found at HipHopDx website. Accessed January 23, 2010.
^ a b "Nick Cannon and Gunz bringing elegance in ‘09 and oranges ," Nick Cannon's website. Accessed January 23, 2010.
^ Shaheem Reid, "Cory Gunz Talks Reality Show With Nick Cannon, Mixtape With DJ Drama: Bronx MC tells Mixtape Daily his upcoming show is 'about bringing hip-hop back and taking it all the way to the top.'" Found at MTV news website. Accessed January 23, 2010.
^ RapArtists. Accessed May 16, 2009.
^ Datpiff Accessed May 16, 2009
^ HoodHollywood.com. "Corey Gunz Speaks about Lil Wayne’s "A Millie" and how he got on the first version (AUDIO YOUTUBE LINK) Video". Vodpod.com . Retrieved . 2012-03-28
^ "Son Of A Gun | Full Episodes, Photos, Episode Synopsis and Recaps". MTV . Retrieved . 2012-03-28
^ "Birdman now with Republic Records" . Retrieved . November 24, 2012
^ "Tony Yayo - . DatPiff.com Sex, Drugs & Hip-Hop // Free Mixtape @ DatPiff.com" . Retrieved . 30 July 2012
^ Horowitz, Steven J (March 11, 2013). "Gudda Gudda "REDRUM" Mixtape Download & Stream". HipHopDX . Retrieved . March 11, 2013
^ "Tracklisting: Lil Wayne – ‘I Am Not a Human Being II’". . Devin Lazerine. March 3, 2013 Rap-Up . Retrieved . March 3, 2013
^ Paine, Jake (July 14, 2013). "YMCMB & Friends "Rich Gang" Release Date, Cover Art & Tracklist". . Cheri Media Group HipHopDX . Retrieved . July 15, 2013
^ Cooper, Roman. "Meek Mill "Dreamchasers 3" Cover Art, Tracklisting, Download & Stream". HipHop DX . Retrieved . 2013-09-30
^ Rose Lilah (May 8, 2014). "DJ Kay Slay - The Last Hip-Hop Disciple". HowNewHipHop . Retrieved . May 10, 2014
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