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Trevell Gerald Coleman (born November 19, 1973), better known by his stage name G. Dep (which stands for "Ghetto Dependent"), is an American rapper from Harlem, New York City. He joined Bad Boy Records in 1998 and released his debut album Child of the Ghetto in 2001. Trevell Coleman was born on November 19, 1973. He was raised by his grandmother in a Harlem housing projects. After meeting with Sean Combs in 1998, G. Dep was signed to a $350,000, five-album deal with Bad Boy Records. In the next year, he appeared on two songs on Black Rob's 1999 debut album Life Story. G. Dep released his debut solo album Child of the Ghetto in 2001. Child of the Ghetto peaked at #106 on Billboard 200 and #23 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Single "Special Delivery" from the album peaked at #59 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and #3 on Hot Rap Singles.
G. Dep was subsequently dropped from Bad Boy Records. G. Dep and Loon released independent album Bad Boy in 2007.
Coleman stated in an interview that he has been convicted of robbery and served time in Rikers Island. Coleman's criminal record includes arrests for drug offenses, burglary and grand larceny more than 25 times since 2003.
After the release of Child of the Ghetto, Coleman had a long-time struggle with PCP addiction. In 2008, Coleman told XXL about his substance abuse problems and rehabilitation. At the time of his latest arrest Coleman was in Narcotics Anonymous' twelve-step program.
Coleman is married to Crystal Sutton. They have two sons and Coleman has a daughter with his former girlfriend.Wide ThumbClearartFanartBanner User Comments