Git Fresh

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Git Fresh
Origin Miami, Florida, United States
Genres R&B, Hip hop, dance
Years active 2001–present
Labels Jive, Island Urban Music, Def Jam
Associated acts Flo Rida, Too $hort, Stitches
Website Git Fresh on Myspace
Members Pretty $ly
Mike Ezay
Rude Boi

Git Fresh (formerly known as Deep Side) is an American R&B and hip hop group based in Miami, Florida. They are currently signed to Island Def Jam. The group was initially composed of Rude Boi, Pretti Sly, Penny, & Mike Ezay.


Early years: Deepside[edit]

The group started out and formed when all the band members were in their teenage years, singing at talent shows and parties around the city. With the exception of Pretti Sly, who went to school in Miami, they all went to Dillard Performing Arts School. Rude Boi met Sly at a local talent show in Miami and introduced him to Mike and Penny. There was an immediate chemistry between the guys and they officially formed the group, Deep Side. Formerly signed to Jive Records, the group known as Deep Side changed their name after splitting from the label, and all old ties.

Git Fresh[edit]

The group changed their name from Deep Side to Git Fresh. They also have changed record labels from Jive Records to Def Jam. Unfortunately,the singers, Brent "Penny" Pendergast & Mike "Ezay" Espinosa, have reportedly left the group. As of 2012, It is uncertain if the 2 remaining members will continue as a group.


  • 2002: Deep Side (as the name Deep Side)
  • 2011: Eat It Up (as Git Fresh)


  • 2002: "Shook"
  • 2002: "Shook" Remix
  • 2003: "Fantaszin'"
  • 2005: "Coochie" (featuring Young Noah & Pety Pablo)
  • 2005: "Hot Like an Oven" (featuring Juvenile)
  • 2006: "Let's Make Love" (featuring R. Kelly)
  • 2007: "Let's Make Love" (Remix) (featuring Papoose)
  • 2007: "What I Need"
  • 2008: "Booty Music"
  • 2008: "Like A Women"
  • 2009: "Tipsy" (featuring Rick Ross)
  • 2009: "SwaGG up" (featuring Jamie Foxx and Rick Ross)
  • 2010: "She Be Like (Bom Bom Bom)" [Available on iTunes now]
  • 2010: "What Them Girls Like" (featuring Flo Rida)
  • 2011: "Eat It Up"
  • 2011: "No Girlfriend"
  • 2011: "Jump Off" (featuring New Boyz)
  • 2012: "Ocho Cinco" (Child Please)
  • 2013: "Leavin With Me"
  • 2015: "Don't You Move"

As featured artist[edit]