At the early age of 7 years old, G. Wright began on his musical quest. Following in the footsteps of his musical family, he began venturing into the artistic, musical, vocal, and production aspect of his musical career that you see today. G. Wright graduated from the world-renown Duke Ellington: School of the Arts in Washington, D. C. He then attended the prestigious Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, where he immediately formed with a group of gentlemen, who named themselves New Men Of Distinction (NU M.O.D.). They were extremely successful in their endeavors. They opened up for various recording artists, such as Cherrelle, and made guest appearances on TLC’s video “Baby, Baby, Baby” and on MTV’s Ed Lover’s Birthday Bash in 1992, among many other things. To date, G. Wright has an extensive background in music recording, singing, and musicianship, whereas he has done various background vocal work with BeBe Winans, James Bignon, Antonia Lawrence and has done jingles for major network t.v. stations such as NBC. He’s done various stage plays, has toured with various artists such as Queen Esther Marrow and the Harlem Gospel Singers for several seasons and with the Harlem Messengers for several seasons, and has recorded several songs with various artists. A prolific songwriter, he has written and produced the following cds: "All Things Are Possible"; "All Things Are Possible" (Special Edition); a Christmas cd entitled "Spread Love This Christmas"; and a cd entitled "Life's Lessons: Volume I." Recently, Brandon Simmons produced his project “It's All You,” where they collaboratively worked together. His passion is to write music that will encourage and uplift the listener. He thanks God for giving him the opportunity to share it with everyone. "With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God." (Mark 10:27, NIV)