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Kool G Rap (born Nathaniel Wilson July 20, 1968) is an American hardcore rapper from Queens, New York, United States. He began his career with the Juice Crew in the 1980s but achieved little commercial success.

G Rap began working with DJ Polo in 1986, releasing several underground hit singles including "It's a Demo"/"I'm Fly." Two other singles, "Streets of New York" and "Road to the Riches," received heavy rotation on Yo! MTV Raps and cemented his… read more

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  • Avatar for Atreidezz
    4, 5, 6 is a classic [3]
  • Avatar for IHSjohansson
    4, 5, 6 is minimalistic, fucken raw. Kool G Rap's advantages is his straight up skills (rhythm, breathing techniques & wild use of multiple syllables) & his imposing lyrical themes & realness. NOT "innovation", even though The Symphony was the first commercially successfull battle-style posse cut, but G Rap hasnt been experimental since, or ever. MF Grimm's raw, stripped down percussion, scarce samples & melancholy ambience made it FAR GREATER, production-wise, than roots of evil & giancana story. Both amazing albums, G Rap never disappoints, but they were both pretty mainstream & standardized, not half as well adapted to accentuate & bring out G Rap's original & masterful spittin
  • Avatar for Partisane
    Really liked his part in the new Cold World song, so I checked him out - dayum, this is the best rap I've ever listened to.
  • Avatar for piccochimusic
    Beats by N.E.S. ft Kool G Rap & DRM KLIKK - SE!
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    KOOL G RAP - MONTREALITY Interview (Video)
  • Avatar for ketamineface
    IMO 4,5,6 is his strongest release. His flow & his lyrics destroy it for me. Not many hip hop artists touch it when it comes to style and focus.
  • Avatar for aaronWHAT
    Roots of Evil is a much stronger release for me.
  • Avatar for DickBigems
    I'll probably always consider Live and Let Die his best album.
  • Avatar for DickBigems
    4,5,6 doesn't do anything that hasn't been done before in one way or another, and hardly has any significant impact on hip hop. It's a solid release no doubt, but now thinking about it, it really shouldn't be considered a classic.
  • Avatar for Escobar97
    4, 5, 6 is a classic [2]

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