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Hi-Jakkk & Gloc-9 – Domination – 1997 ALBUM

Gloc-9 and Hi-Jakkk started to release albums not carrying the name of Death Threat under Viva Records. These albums are Domination that was certified gold, Tha Revelation certified platinum and Domination II certified gold. In his release “Talumpati”, Gloc-9 describes these albums as ones that have not been thought-out and of being full of boastfulness. After their third album together, Gloc-9 was kicked out of the group Death Threat by Hi-Jakkk without any clear reason.

Gloc 9 – G9 – 2003 ALBUM

Aristotle Pollisco (born October 18, 1977), known professionally as Gloc-9, is a Filipino rapper, singer and songwriter. Regarded as one of the best Filipino rappers of all-time, his fast-flowing vocal style has made him one of the most successful hip-hop artists in the Philippines. He was described by fellow great Filipino rapper Francis Magalona as “a blacksmith of words and letters, and a true Filipino poet.”[2]

He has collaborated on almost a dozen songs with other OPM artists; “Lando” with the late Francis M, “Upuan” with Jaezelle, “Bagsakan” with Parokya ni Edgar , “Baon” with Gab Chee Kee of Parokya ni Edgar and Francis M, and “Sari-Saring Kwento” with Noel Cabangon and Champ Lui Pio. His songs mostly tackle social issues such as social injustices, poverty and patriotism. He began his musical career with the gangsta rap group Death Threat.[3]

Gloc-9 is notably one of the few artists in the Philippine music scene who has won an award in every album he created.

Gloc 9 – Ako Si – 2005 ALBUM

Aristotle Pollisco (born October 18, 1977), known professionally as Gloc-9, is a Filipino rapper, singer and songwriter. Regarded as one of the best Filipino rappers of all-time, his fast-flowing vocal style has made him one of the most successful hip-hop artists in the Philippines. He was described by fellow great Filipino rapper Francis Magalona as “a blacksmith of words and letters, and a true Filipino poet.”

He has collaborated on almost a dozen songs with other OPM artists; “Lando” with the late Francis M, “Upuan” with Jaezelle, “Bagsakan” with Parokya ni Edgar , “Baon” with Gab Chee Kee of Parokya ni Edgar and Francis M, and “Sari-Saring Kwento” with Noel Cabangon and Champ Lui Pio. His songs mostly tackle social issues such as social injustices, poverty and patriotism. He began his musical career with the gangsta rap group Death Threat.[3]

Gloc-9 is notably one of the few artists in the Philippine music scene who has won an award in every album he created.