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Intro American rapper
A.K.A. Matthew Miller
Is Musician Rapper
From United States of America
Field Music
Gender male
Birth West Orange, Essex County, New Jersey, USA
Hip hop music
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Matthew Miller, better known by his stage name GDP, is an American hip hop recording artist from West Orange, New Jersey.


GDP began in 2008 with the release of a split with Dirty Money. The following year he released his debut full-length album, titled Realistic Expectations via Say-10 Records. In 2010, GDP released his first cassette titled Magic Bullet via Ride The Fury Records.

In 2011, GDP released his second full-length album titled Useless Eaters via Run For Cover Records.

In 2013, GDP released a Vinyl with The Wrong Address, titled Holla via Run For Cover.

In 2014, GDP released a compilation album titled Collectibles via Smokers Cough and Ride The Fury. In March 2014, The Front Bottoms announced at the South by Southwest music festival plans to release a split with GDP sometime in the future. The 7" split was officially announced the following year and was released on April 18, 2015 (Record Store Day).


Studio albums

  • Realistic Expectations (2009, Say-10)
  • Useless Eaters (2011, Run For Cover)
  • Holla (2013, Run For Cover)


  • Involvement (2007, Division East Records)
  • Makeup Smearing Python (2012, Smokers Cough)
  • Magic Bullet 2 (2016, Ride The Fury)

Vinyl / Splits

  • GDP, Dirty Money 7" (2008, Division East)
  • The Front Bottoms, GDP 7" (2015, Bar/None Records, Run For Cover Records)
  • Holla (2013, Run For Cover Records)


  • Magic Bullet cassette (2009, Ride The Fury Records)
  • Tunnel Buddies cassette (2012, Ride The Fury Records)


  • Instrumental Installations Vol. 1 (Bandcamp exclusive)
  • Collectibles (2014, Smokers Cough, Ride The Fury)
The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 30 Jul 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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