Dexter Gore (born September 6, 1993), professionally recongnized as Famous Dex, is an American rapper from Chicago, Illinois. His most popular songs are "Drip From My Walk," "Hit Em Wit It," and "2 Times" featuring Justin Bieber. He attended Robeson High School, which is the same alma mater as fellow Chicago rapper Lil Durk. 
Life and Career
Dex was born in Harlem, New York and grew up in the Englewood section of Chicago. He was the 4th of 12 children and is of African-American, Haitian, Moroccan, Indian, and Canadian descent. Dex grew up playing basketball and played point guard in high school. He also worked in Sales at Lids.
When his mom passed away in his junior year, Dex fell deeper in a life of selling drugs and gangbanging.
While he was trapping, Dex was stabbed six times in his own home and spent 4 days in a coma.
When he recovered he decided to commit himself to succeeding as a rapper.
He changed his name from Black Migo Dex to Famous Dex and changed the themes of his song away from violence.
He linked up with making videos with the likes of Cole Bennett and grew in popularity online.
In 2016, DJ Victorious linked Dex and Rich The Kid in Chicago. He later flew Dex out to Los Angeles and they just clicked, especially when they collaborate on music. Dex routinely calls Rich his brother.