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Dre Marro aka "Andres A. Gamarro Bran" is an Independent hip hop artist of Guatemalan descent, currently residing in Chicago, IL. Influenced by greats such as, Lupe Fiasco, Eminem, J. Cole, & Big Pun, Dre Marro has played a major role in the Wisconsin hip hop scene as of late. Opening events for hip hop legends such as former Terror Squad member Cuban Link and boasting features with artists the likes of Mickey Factz, Dre Marro has worked with local, national and international indie artists, most notably in New Zealand. Mainly in Illinois and Northern & Southeastern Wisconsin, Dre Marro aka "Mufasa" has established himself as a full-time artist, promoter, event coordinator, graphic designer, video editor and alongside his wife "America Gamarro" is Co-CEO of the independent record label, "DreMerica Entertainment, LLC". Major moments for Dre Marro would include participating in "Dwayne Wade's Chicago's Got Talent" in 2010 & 2012. Assisting Duane Charles in the initial launch of "The 616 Gighive" venue in Kenosha, WI (2014). Hosting & Organizing the "Hip Hop 4 Love" fundraising event for victims of Hurricane Maria in 2017. Performing at the 2018 Puerto Rican Day Parade Festival in Humboldt Park, Chicago, IL (2018). Performing at the 3rd annual Black Las Vegas Food Festival in late 2019, Organizing, "The Midwest Takeover Promo tour" performing all across Wisconsin & Illinois in early 2020. Dre is currently promoting the release of his new project entitled, "Troublesome" and is hoping the latest edition to his catalog can bring some positivity and lyricism to young & seasoned hip hop fans alike.

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