After teasing a few songs, the tandem of Kool G Rap and 38 Spesh drop their full length project Son of G Rap for your listening pleasure. With assistance from the likes of Alchemist, Daringer, Showbiz, Pete Rock, Meyhem Lauren, Freddie Gibbs, DJ Premier, AZ and others, the 15 song offering needs to be in rotation.
38 Spesh and Kool G Rap’s Son Of G Rap is right around the corner and the duo team up with Cormega for “Dead or Alive” off the album.
A few days after blessing our ears with the Freddie Gibbs assisted “Death Wish,” MF Doom and DJ Muggs invite Kool G Rap into the fray for the vicious “Assassination Day.”
38 Spesh and Kool G Rap will drop a joint project titled Son Of G Rap on June 8th and the producers involved are ridiculous. DJ Premier, Alchemist and Daringer, just to name a few. Before it drops, the two NY rappers would like to give you a sample of what’s to come with “Upstate 2 Queens.”
DJ Kay Slay brings together a legend from the West with a legend from the East for “Hip Hop Icons” as Ice-T and Kool G Rap prove that they are still not to be f*cked with.
Official Video for Kool G Rap featuring Lil Fame (M.O.P.) + Freeway “Wise Guys” off G Rap’s ‘Return Of The Don’ Album Out Now (produced entirely by MoSS). Video directed by Myster DL of ill Mannered Films – shot on location in Brooklyn, NY, Philadelphia, PA + Rome, Italy.
Kool G Rap dropped his 6th studio album Return of the Don and cut loose a video for “Running” with Termanology and Saigon.
Kool G Rap’s next solo outing will be his first since 2011. To help you get acquainted with what’s in store, G Rap links up with Raekwon for “Out For That Life” and the two rock out over MoSS production.
Kool G Rap drops “Wise Guys” with a little assistance from M.O.P.’s Fame and Freeway while Statik Selektah provides the scratches over a Moss production.
Planit Hank brings together a menacing militia of emcees for “The Omen.” Canibus, Chris Rivers and Kool G Rap join forces while DJ Evil Dee puts the stamp on it on this awesome posse cut. Here’s what Hank said is the reason behind the collab.
My idea behind this song was to give hip-hop something they haven’t heard before and I always wanted to hear a Canibus and Big Pun collaboration due to the unfortunate events of Pun’s passing. Years later, thanks to Chris carrying on the torch of one of hip-hop’s Legends, hip-hop has a chance to hear these two emcees come together for the good of the culture. With the addition of G Rap, we get to also reignite that magic we heard on Allied Meta Forces. To close it out, the Legendary DJ Evil Dee from Black Moon gives us that boom bap stamp of pure hip-hop. That piece of Duck Down, with the cuts on hooks, brings it home for a song that was two decades in the making.