GMB is a general trade union in the United Kingdom which has more than 631,000 members. GMB members work in nearly all industrial sectors, in retail, security, schools, distribution and the utilities, social care, the NHS and ambulance service and local government.
GMB may stand for:
- GMB (trade union), a UK trade union
- GMB Publishing, a London-based publishing company
- GMB Glomerular basement membrane, part of the kidney
- Grimsby Town railway station, referred to by the National Rail code GMB
GMB is the second studio album by Southern California-based hip hop trio Pac Div, released on November 27, 2012 under RBC Records. It was preceded by the release of Pac Div's first studio album The DiV (2011). The acronym "GMB" stands for Gabe, Mike and Bryan, the respective first names of Like, Mibbs and BeYoung. The record features guest appearances from Blu, Kurupt, Kendrick Lamar and Mac Miller, among others. The album has spawned three singles with "Bank," "Black Acura" and "Sneakerboxes."
GMB peaked at number 15 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers Albums and entered at number 57 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Upon its release, the album was met with mixed reviews from music critics.