Little G

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Little G
Birth name Georgina Chrisanthopoulos
Genres hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper, Actor
Labels Payback Records

Little G (Gina Chrisanthopolous) is a rapper, actor, dancer, and community activist from Melbourne, Victoria. She is of Aboriginal and Greek descent.[1][2][3][4]

Little G has performed at the Big Day Out, Songlines Music Festival and the Royal Melbourne Show and appeared in plays such as Scratchin' and DiaTribe[3][4][5] and presented a hip-hop showcase for National Indigenous Television.[6]


  1. ^ Koori Mail, 11 July 2001, Little G's looking good
  2. ^ Dunbar-Hall, Peter; Chris Gibson (2004). Deadly Sounds, Deadly Places. Contemporary Aboriginal Musc in Australia. University of New South Wales Press. ISBN 978-0-86840-622-0. 
  3. ^ a b The Age 14 May 2004 Little G and the tribe by Khalil Hegarty
  4. ^ a b The Age 2 March 2004 Not short of words by Michael Winkler
  5. ^ The Age 27 June 2003 Breaking the sound barrier by Carolyn Webb
  6. ^ WA Today 14 November 2008 Hip-hopping back into the limelight by James Smith