There is something to be said of an artist with over seven hundred live shows under his belt in the last decade, half of which were headlining slots.  Robbie G has been making his impact on the genre of hip-hop by touring relentlessly while also remaining humble to his craft.  He is consistently writing fresh tracks cooked up in his label's studio and releasing under his promotions company, R-Evolution Media.  


A true entrepreneur and a businessman; Robbie G has been hard at work to make his living by doing what he loves.  Having released seven mixtapes and ten albums - including his latest titled "Life Keys" - Robbie G will be recognizable as one of our nation’s hardest working artists.


Being passionate and personable with his fans coupled with his ability to put on a high energy performance, Robbie G has captivated lovers of the hip-hop genre and music listeners all over the world.  Performing alongside major artists such as Snoop Dogg, Wu-Tang Clan, Nelly, Akon, Sean Paul, Rakim, Tech N9ne, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Merkules, Classified, Swollen Members and many more – you can’t help but wonder what is next for this Canadian hip-hop sensation.


From a once troubled past, this bad boy gone good has found himself through his music.   He has since been viewed / streamed by the millions online and sold thousands of copies of his albums internationally.  With notable special feature guests from Swollen Members, Merkules, DAX, Dub FX, Joell Ortiz & Canibus as well as production from Classified, C-Lance, Young K and more.


By writing, recording, and designing his own performances – Robbie G is fully hands-on with all aspects of his sound and image.  Creating something truly authentic and unique in today's hip-hop landscape.  Be sure to follow Robbie G on your favourite social media channel to find out more of what is to come for 2022 and beyond.



Recent Press:

  • Concert review
    "This may very well be the biggest concert Robbie G has ever booked, and he definitely made sure to showcase his skills as an MC to the Wu-Tang fans."
  • Concert review
    "Canadian hip-hop legend Robbie G promoted the event and opened for the group. It was suiting that Robbie G opened for Wu-Tang Clan being that the show was in Kitchener, an area near Guelph, where Robbie G is an important figure in the music scene."
  • HipHopDX article - MUSIC video REVIEW
    for "Do What You Do" – with Evil Ebenezer
  • Ambrosia for Heads article  -  MUSIC video REVIEW
    “Fun House” - with Swollen Members