"Gloc 9" is dubbed as the fastest rapper in the Philippines; largely due to his swift style of rhyme delivery that characterizes many of his songs. Born Aristotel Pollisco, he is also a well known member of the pioneering Filipino gangsta rap group, Death Threat. In 2003, he released his solo debut album entitled G9 under the Philippines largest record label, Star Records, spawing such hits as "Sikat Na Si Pepe" and "Jologs" among others; the record was an instant hit in the island nation. In 2005, Gloc 9 was given the "Best New Rap Artist" award at the 1st Annual "Philippine Hip Hop Music Awards".http://www.titikpilipino.com/news/index.php?aid=397&offset=0&expanded
His debut album would be followed up by 2005's memoiric ''Ako Si...Gloc 9'', the rapid-tongued emcee's career has since been elevated to new heights and is considered to be one of the most lauded and idolized ''rapistas'' within Pinoy rap today.http://www.philmusic.com/blog/index.php?p=144 He has also performed collaborations with some artists some including: Greyhoundz for "Apoy and Parokya ni Edgar for "Bagsakan". Both these songs also includes Filipino Rapper, Francis M.