Rachdar Abubakar Giraneza, better known as G-Marl Jamal, is an actor and Hip Hop artist born in Tanzania. Jamal dreamed of being an international soccer player. Unfortunately he suffered a severe injury during a soccer game, and got the news that he could not play soccer anymore. So he became more involved with art workshops and media projects. He joined the youth theatre company called Sharing Stories, where he performed in several school plays and also produced films such as “After School I Will Marry and Miss Understood.”

Sharing Stories helped his performance skills and prepared him for the stage, as well as led him to build valuable connections. One of these connections was Astro Black, a professional deejay from Los Angeles, who became a role model to G-Marl. Astro Black was generous enough to let G-Marl use the mixer, and eventually he was handing his own shows. G-Marl then created a hip hop crew named the TAO BOIZ crew.

In 2011 G-Marl left his Crew (TAO BOIZ)  and  traveled with Sharing Stories in Sydney while he began to devise a plan to start his own business. Later that year, he founded FNTS ENERTAINMENT a company that organizes hip-hop events in Perth.

G-Marl Jamal has released his single, “Go Tell ’Em,” on iTunes and has a promo video for the song currently on Youtube.