GStar began his career as a rapper by posting an accidental snippet to the audio streaming site SoundCloud. GStar having never rapped before, posted a sound audio clip, messing around with some of his already then rapper friends and associates at a studio in North Hollywood, California. The true beginnings of GStar’s music career are still slightly mysterious, as it had seemed as only with one clip he became a viral rap sensation overnight. Shortly after the clip went viral, it was then removed from SoundCloud for violating policy terms and conditions. Record labels such as 8mm Entertainment, Atlantic UKC, 10K-Projects, and Periscope Entertainment quickly expressed interest in signing him as an artist for his already pre existing large social media following of business and lifestyle content. GStar then moved forward with his rap career while maintaining all of his pre-existing business ventures. He then began a friendship with Mobile, Alabama up and coming rapper NoCap (Kobe Vidal Crawford). GStar credits the beginning of his music career to NoCap. GStar credits platinum RIAA producer Al Geno to a vital part of his success. Geno, credited for creating the Mobile, Alabama “SoundTrap” leading to the likes of his successful production of super star rapper’s NBA Youngboy, Quando Rondo, NoCap, GStar, and Young Bleu. Eventually, Gstar announced “Dark World” as his debut single in December 2022. He also announced plans for a music video, which are currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic affecting large productions in Los Angeles. GStar plans to release his first debut single along side NoCap in the winter of 2022. GStar names XXXTentacion, Kurt Cobain, Tommy Lee, and K-Pop star G-Dragon as some of his musical influences. GStar learned rap by the help of some close celebrity friends in the music industry as well as some well noted producers and beat makers.