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Uncle Louie

Louis Gregory was born in New York and now resides in South Florida. Louis Gregory took to the theater at an early age; performing in Carousel at the Broadhollow Theatre for three years.

Louis is also well known as a lyricist and radio personality. Credits also include executive producer, song writer, performer, and publisher. After the release of his first CD, which featured collaborations with various prominent New York MCs, Uncle Louie went on to become a producer, working in various New York City recording studios to include Alien Flyers, Hit Factory, Sony, Daddy’s House, as well as DARE and LOBO in Long Island, NY. He worked with various artists such as Wyclef Jean, Nas, LL Cool J, Rev. RUN of RUN DMC, DMX, Eric B. of Eric B. & Rakim, BBJ, Jennifer Lopez, and Prince Markie Dee to name a few.

Louis has also done voice-overs for radio, television and motion pictures. He was often heard performing voice-overs on syndicated radio shows including Miami Radio Station 103.5 “The Beat WMIB.” Louis L. Gregory is credited as the founder of the digital record pool. Louis is an active member of ASCAP and the SAG.

In 2008 Gregory began his return to the entertainment industry; this time as the president of Uncle Louie Music Group and Uncle Louie Management. Louis Gregory signed his first two clients; platinum-selling artists Prince Markie Dee and Kool Rock-ski both formerly of The Fat Boys whom have graced TV and the big screen in Krush Groove and Disorderlies. Their famed tracks with The Beach Boys and Chubby Checker pioneered hip hop in the 1980s.

In early 2009, Louis’ company signed platinum recording artists J. J. Fad and announced the re-release of Supersonic for the group’s 20th anniversary. Louis presides over an independent record label with major distribution and over a dozen recording artists; 5 of which have reached the platinum plateau in record sales.

Uncle Louie oversees an empire of entertainment entities ranging from pro athletes to pop stars and everything in between. In 2015, Louis produced two major motion pictures and produced tracks on three major albums. He was thanked by Nicko McBrain, famed Iron Maiden drummer in their 2015 release, Book of Souls.

Uncle Louie is also a contributing writer for Huffington Post, Miami Herald, Modern Mens Magazine and various online and print publications.

What you get when you work with Uncle Louie


Uncle Louie Management

Uncle Louie Management is a full service talent agency in association with Uncle Louie Music Group whose agency offers their artists retail and digital distribution. Uncle Louie LLC’s largest client is The Fat Boys who were an American hip-hop music trio from Brooklyn, New York City, that emerged in the early 1980s. Today, they are emerging back on the scene with larger than life plans. Uncle Louie Management also represents JJ Fad (Just Jammin’ Fresh and Def), a Los Angeles, California based trio of female rappers: MC J.B. (Juana Burns), Baby-D (Dania Birks) and Sassy C. (Michelle Franklin). They were signed to Ruthless Records, and produced by NWA’s Dr. Dre and Yella. Their 1988 debut “Supersonic” spawned the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #31 and was the first Grammy nominated record by a female hip-hop group. Follow up singles were “Way Out” and “Is It Love”. The album and title single were both certified gold discs by the Recording Industry Association of America. Uncle Louie Management is a sister company of Uncle Louie Music Group.

Uncle Louie Music Group

Uncle Louie Music Group was founded by Louis L. Gregory and Ed Farias in the winter of 2008. Louis L. Gregory is the President of Uncle Louie, LLC. Ed Farias, also known as Fast Eddie, is the Vice President of Public Affairs and Media Relations. Uncle Louie, LLC represents Mark Morales a.k.a. “Prince Markie Dee” and Damon Wimbley a.k.a. “Kool Rock-Ski”, members of The Original Fat Boys. They have sold over 10 million albums worldwide and have starred in two major motion pictures. Uncle Louie Music Group is currently negotiating with major networks on behalf of the Fat Boys in order to secure a Reality TV Show on which the Fat Boys will search for a new member.

Uncle Louie, LLC also represents the father of rap music, Kurtis Blow. After signing both members of the Fat Boys, Uncle Louie Management went on to sign J-Love the Silver Glove, famed West Coast DJ and Producer of the Nationally Syndicated Baka Boyz radio show. Shortly after, Uncle Louie Management signed Elijah, an MC from Philly with a deep local following. According to their website, as of March 2009, Uncle Louie Music Group has a roster that distributes the music of many artists including: the Fat Boys, JJ Fad, Onyx, Cowboy Troy, Eric B and Rakim, Shontelle Layne, and various pop, country and rock artist.and various other artists.

Legends of Wrestling

As the former President of Legends Of Wrestling, Louis Gregory was instrumental in growing the organization into one of America’s top independent wrestling companies. Legends of Wrestling specifically targets high profile professional sports and entertainment organizations that are looking to increase sales and broaden their audience through family friendly entertainment and interaction with legendary professional wrestlers. Legends of Wrestling capitalizes on the name recognition and nostalgia associated with the 1980s and 1990s wrestling legends that Millennials and Gen Xers grew up idolizing, supplemented by a select choice of active, current wrestling stars familiar to the Gen Z children, to generate excitement across markets that may otherwise be indifferent.



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