"Los Niños" feat. Luci Lampe
Jorge Galaz was born in Loss Angeles, CA February 4th, 1983. He then lived in Tijuana, Mexico until he was 3 years old. From age 3 to 5, he moved around with his parents and older brother from Tijuana, to Chicago, Las Vegas and finally back to Los Angeles, his birthplace. He lived in Los Angeles from age 5 to age 9.
At age 9, Jorge moved with his family to San Diego. He was now being raised by his step-dad, since his father decided to move back to Mexico and he started another family there.
Growing up, Jorge always loved writing poetry. He often wrote on issues that he saw in the news, since age 7. At age 13, In middle school, Jorge learned how to play the guitar and bass. He began to compose his own songs, recording them into his karaoke machine.
By age 15, he bought a four track, keyboard, and microphone, and started recording his songs onto tapes. At 16, Jorge was paying local producers for beats, and studio time. He put his first album on the streets in 1999. He sold out of his trunk. 3 years later he was selling his second album out of his trunk The album was titled “The Truth Hurts” Two of his songs from this album were featured on Thump’s “Lowrider Legends Tour 2003”.
In 2005, a well known Chicano Rap Label released Jorge’s next album. “Barrio Music” The album featured artists Sleepy Malo, and Lighter Shade of Brown. “Barrio Music” got the attention of Thump Records because of its strong message to the youth about the dangers in gang banging and the message to the youth to strive to be successful. Thump then in 2007 released Jorge’s next and first worldwide release. Jorge titled the album “Street Poetry” the same name of his first underground album. The 2007 release featured songs such as “Madrecita”, “Losing Hope”, and “Pedafyles”. The album spoke of the problems that Jorge sees in society such as racism, pedophilia, and gang violence. His message also spoke of the importance of family unity under God.
In 2007, at age 24, Jorge decided to stop making music. His son had just been born. Jorge went to college, majoring in history, and then he joined the Army National Guard. He served for six years and was part of Operation Spartan Shield in the Middle East. His unit also worked the California wildfires and recent riots in Los Angeles in 2020.
After a 13 year hiatus, Jorge has returned with an album titled “Family Muzik” He hopes to capture his experiences on the streets, the military, and his family in this album.