Gilde Flores

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Musical artist

Gilde Flores (professionally known as gilflo, which is uttered gil-flo) is a genre musician, multi-instrumentalist, producer, engineer, and composer. He began at an early age,[1][2] being self-instructed with education from his father, and eventually became a stage perfomer.

Next he toured the United States at 17 performing during the same time he performed with multiple known groups.[1][2] Starting in 2007 with composing MTV's "Adventures in Hollyhood,[3] he has licensed and placed music with different artists and organizations in film, Internet, radio and TV.[1]

He has kept a relationship with numerous trailer music publishing parties, and continues to form other major works in progress.

He has composed for popular TV series such as Adventures in Hollyhood,[4] Kourtney & Kim Take Miami, The Wanted Life, Basketball Wives, Epic, Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory, Chozen, Every Street United, Bad Girls Club, and The Challenge. He has also composed for movies such as Truth Hurts, Dark Crossing, The Wolverine, Falsely Accused, and Asian Connection.

Credits

Television

Year Show Episodes Role
2007 Adventures in Hollyhood "Going Back to Memphis", "Little Black Book", "Makin' a Gangsta' Ass Movie",[4] "The Playa's Mansion", "Actin' Up", "Sweet Sugar Love", "Slap That Sucka" Composer

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  4. 4.0 4.1 "Gilde Flores Composition History". Imdb. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2607582/. Retrieved February 9, 2016.