Use this service to order a signed certificate of incorporation, which can include key details about the company and a statement of good standing. A rather Bohemian Nun from the Sausalito, California area, as much a contradiction in terms as that description implies, heads for city streets to attempt an unorthodox method of saving street kids. She’s not prepared for the tragic and sometimes violent lives of these young people but makes one connection that will change both of their lives forever. An intimate look into the life, and extensive career of the late hip hop star, Jarad Anthony Higgins knew professionally as Juice Wrld.
George was able to help both artists develop into phenomenal men and musicians. George is dedicated to helping artists achieve their goals and believes that his career as a music executive will have a positive impact on many. Peter developed a great relationship with Lil Bibby, after producing a number of his concerts.
The label is home to well-known artists such as Juice WRLD, and The Kid LAROI. From Juice WRLD to The Kid Laroi, Grade A continues to set the tone for the next generation of creators. With a presence in the music, film, and art worlds, Grade A strives to be a leader in every industry. At Gradeaproductions we pride ourselves on our extensive and ever-growing experience in video content production. We have worked with many high-profile clients such as B&Q and TK Maxx and our team has worked on productions at Glastonbury festival, Bestival, London 2012, BBC watchdog and. You can change your consent settings at any time by unsubscribing or as detailed in our terms.
Bibby would eventually sign fellow Chicago rapper and singer Juice Wrld and Australian rapper and singer the Kid Laroi to the label; both signed artists achieved success globally. After releasing multiple mixtapes, he was able to accumulate a strong fanbase and following. After years of releasing music, Bibby wanted to transition into a role as a music executive. Bibby knew that he had the knowledge, experience, and resources to support an up-and-coming artist. In 2017, he created the label Grade A Productions, along with my brother George Dickinson. They partnered with Peter Jideonwo and signed their first artist, the late Juice WRLD. Juice WRLD found success very quickly and Bibby was able to all grow as a music professional.
Most recently his Second Post-Humous album Fighting Demons was released on December 10, 2021. Throughout 2020, other posthumous releases included “Smile” with The Weeknd, “Real Shit” with Benny Blanco, “Reminds Me Of You” by The Kid LAROI featuring Juice WRLD in 2020, and recently “Bad Boy” with Young Thug in 2021. Since 2011, George has found himself working within the Music community and supporting artists. By developing and helping manage his brother Lil Bibby at the start of his career, George was able to begin learning what it takes to navigate the music industry. Given a lot of responsibilities, George was able to help with all business-related decisions, in regard to Bibby’s career.
In 2017, they discovered the upcoming American rapper Juice WRLD after hearing his song “Lucid Dreams”. Under the label, Juice WRLD released his debut studio album Goodbye and Good Riddance on May 23, 2018, which was followed by 3 singles “All Girls Are The Same”, “Lucid Dreams”, and “Lean Wit Me”. On March 8, 2019, he released his second studio album Death Race for Love which was followed by 2 singles “Robbery”, and “Hear Me Calling”. On December 8, 2019, Juice suffered from an overdose at an airport in Chicago which lead to his unexpected passing. On January 22, 2020, Grade A announced that posthumous projects from Juice will be released to honor his legacy. His first posthumous album Legends Never Die was released on July 10, 2020, which was followed by 3 singles “Righteous”, “Tell Me U Luv Me” featuring Trippie Redd, and “Life’s A Mess” featuring Halsey.
In July 2014, he made his appearance on the songs, collaborating with a fellow rapper and a Memphis-native Juicy J, and was featured on the remix to “Main Chick” performed by Kid Ink. After a few delays, Bibby’s sophomore mixtape, Free Crack 2, was released on August 29, 2014. Free Crack 2, which was hosted by DJ Drama, includes guest appearances from Lil Herb, Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Kevin Gates, Jadakiss, and Anthony Hamilton, among others.
Able to pay attention to detail and stay focused in a high production repetitive environment preferred. I was honestly a bit worried about how this album was gonna turn out, but I ended up enjoying it quite a bit & it’s definitely one of the better posthumous outings I’ve heard all year. Only a couple of the joints on here seem cobbled together, but the rest is just fully fleshed out AND they’re actually enjoyable for the most part. “Burn” is a bittersweet opener produced by Metro Boomin’ opening up about Juice’s drug addiction whereas “Already Dead” finds Nick Mira working in some pianos & the dude is essentially foreshadowing his own death through the lyrics. Gezin keeps the heat going with “You Don’t Understand” talking about never giving a fuck about anything, but then the Justin Bieber-duet “Wandered to LA” just seems like a forced attempt at a radio hit & that’s not Juice’s fault at all. Check back later, or use My Beatport to follow this label and get notified of new releases every week.