Multi Talented Entrepreneur
Morgan Ganem is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, DJ, label owner and licensed realtor from Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Morgan’s career in music spans over a decade. Among his many credits, he is well known for writing and performing the stadium anthem called “Chop It Up” for NFL team the Kansas City Chiefs. In 2011, Morgan’s song “We Need A Hero” from his album Welcome To The Show was used by FOX Sports as part of their national television coverage of the NCAA March Madness Men’s Basketball Tournament. FOX Sports played the song during the Ohio State vs. Penn State game.
Ganem has personally released three studio albums and many singles. Additionally, his record label, GX2 Records, has promoted and published music for many artists based in the United States and internationally. The independent label represents multiple genres including pop, hip hop, EDM, and red dirt.
Ganem has a gift for connecting with his audience. As a front man, he captivates crowds with his wide range of music and engaging performance. When DJing, Ganem’s show is exciting, fast paced and custom designed to fit each event. Featuring his remixes and covers of popular music. Ganem has headlined performances for well-known arenas like the BOK Center and various other venues including music festivals, casinos, and private events.
In 2021 Ganem became a Keller Williams licensed real estate agent and member of The National Association of REALTORS®. Combining his love for people and experience in the music world, Morgan brings a unique perspective to the real estate market. Specializing in land and homes, he has quickly become one of Tulsa’s most trusted real estate agents.
Morgan is a creative at heart, with experience in content creation, videography, and photography. He’s a people person and loves to entertain. His passion for music has led him to meet and become friends with many amazing people. Ganem’s ability to be a positive influence in the community and build strong relationships are two very important aspects of his life.