Gak Jonze

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Gak Jonze Performing in London

Micah Lei (born 17 June 1982), better known by his stage name Gak Jonze, is a British rapper, singer-songwriter, actor and author from Camden Town, North London.

Career[edit]

2003-2006: First Appearance[edit]

Gak Jonze first emerged as a feature hip hop artist supporting girlband Cherry Falls doing school tours in 2003 on indie label Paperdoll productions. July 2006 was Gak Jonze's first television appearance where he featured alongside stand-up comedian and presenter Dave Gorman for ITV2 show Best Man's Speech.

2009-2011: City Boy Soul[edit]

In June 2009, Gak Jonze collaborated with Coreé Richards forming the duo band City Boy Soul releases included 'No Regrets (Who We Are)' and 'Be Ok' which featured Original Sugababes star Mutya Buena. In 2010 they stepped in for Sister Sledge headlining The 2010 Ndoro Children's Charity Gala whilst being twice nominated for The People's Music Award. The duo toured throughout the UK between 2009-11 covering nightclubs, schools and cross genre live circuit venues. They made an exclusive appearance at Party in the Park recently and again on Lava TV (Now Greatest Hits TV) as celebrity guest's in a Celebrity Ghost hunt for Gorezone Magazine.

The duo disbanded in 2011 both following solo paths.

Present: Commercial breakthrough[edit]

With a supporting feature by former Sclub7 star Bradley McIntosh aka City Boy, Gak Jonze released his debut UK single 'Rock Boi' via Mykali Records.

Discography[edit]

  • 1998: 'Winners' (With Heavenli Abdi)
  • 1999: 'Party on Till Daylight'

With City Boy Soul

  • 2010: 'No Regrets (who we are)
  • 2011: 'Be Ok'

As Featured Artist

  • 2003: 'Way it's Gotta Be' (With Cherry Falls)
  • 2011: 'What's your Name?' (With Bradley McIntosh aka City Boy)

Filmography[edit]

  • 2011: Be Ok
  • 2011: Rock Boi
  • 2011: Fried Rice Voice Of 'Agent Charles Knight'

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