Get Busy Committee

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Get Busy Committee
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres Hip hop
Years active 2009–2013
Labels Tokyo Sex Whale Records
Associated acts Styles of Beyond
Fort Minor
Army of the Pharaohs
Members Apathy
Scoop DeVille

Get Busy Committee (aka GBC) was a hip hop group consisting of underground rapper Apathy, Styles of Beyond's Ryu, and producer Scoop DeVille.

Group Info[edit]

Get Busy Committee was formed in Los Angeles, California, by longtime friends Ryu, Apathy and Scoop DeVille.

They claim their influences come from Eazy-E, BBD (Bell Biv DeVoe), BDP (Boogie Down Productions). All production is done by Scoop DeVille and Apathy, while vocals are given by everyone in the group. Their debut album, Uzi Does It, was released for pre-sale download on October 27 at, and available on iTunes and other outlets on November 10. The album is a 100% self-funded and self-released independent record.

Like, my album is underground. Demigodz is super underground. But Get Busy Committee is gonna be something really fuckin’ crazy. We have Topspin Media behind us. We have [Mike] Shinoda behind us. We got the dudes at MySpace Music heavily behind us. So Get Busy Committee is gonna be something else...[And] if you don’t like it, I don’t know what to tell you.[1]


As of 2012, Get Busy Committee is on hiatus, or "dead" as they refer to the status of the group. A recorded album, Opening Ceremony, remains unreleased, while the group members focus on their solo careers.



Group releases[edit]

Album information
Uzi Does It
  • Released: 2009
  • Label: Tokyo Sex Whale Records
  • Singles:
    Chillin Out Maxin
    I Dont Care About You[2]


  1. ^ Paine, Jake (October 13, 2009). "Apathy, Ryu & Scoop Deville Form Get Busy Committee". Retrieved May 24, 2011. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]

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