Kool G Rap Net Worth, money and more

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NET WORTH: $ 1.5 Million

Kool G Rap

Kool G Rap

Kool G rap is a legendary rapper from America. He is regarded as one of the most influential MC of all time. He hails from Queens, New York. Many popular rappers such as Eminem, Jay Z, Biggie Smalls and Nas have cited him as an influence. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of Golden Age Hip Hop.

EARLY LIFE AND CAREER

Kool G Rap: Greatest Hits.

Kool G Rap: Greatest Hits.

Kool G rap grew up in the streets of Queens. He grew up along the legendary producer Eric B. He dropped out of school at a young age and was influenced by the streets. Eric B. introduced him to DJ polo, who was looking for a rapper to form a group with. DJ Polo then introduced G rap to Marley Marl. Kool G Rap and DJ Polo recorded a track named ‘It’s a demo’. Marley was s0 impressed by G rap that he instantly signed him to his label. In 1989, Kool G Rap and DJ Polo released their first studio album, Road to the Riches. Road to Riches is considered to be one of the classic Hip Hop Albums. It contained battle-rap lyrics and it laid the foundation for many artists such as Nas, Eminem and Biggie. Their next album was released in 1990: Wanted: Dead or Alive. It is considered to be a classic album and was mentioned in the song ‘NY state of mind’ by Nas. Live and Let Die was released in 1992 and is another classic. In 1993, Kool G rap separated ways from DJ Polo to establish a solo career. In 1995, G rap released his first solo project ’4,5’6′. It was a commercially successful album, reaching #24 on the billboard charts. He released ‘Roots of Evil’ in 1998. It reached the number 48 position on the billboard charts. The album received good reviews from the critics as well. The Giancana Story was released in 2002. It was critically well received and sold a decent number of albums. Kool G rap continued making mix-tapes and featuring on albums. In 2007 he released an album named ‘Half a Klip’. The album received mixed to positive reviews by the critics. A full album named ‘Riches, Royalty, Respect’ was released in 2011. The album received generally positive reviews from the critics. An album named ‘Hustlas Bible’ is all set to be released In 2014. Kool G Rap has said that he wants to write scripts for movies. He is also in talks to form a new clothing line.

RICHNESS & LEGACY

Kool G rap

Kool G rap

Kool G Rap is considered to be the ‘Godfather of Hip Hop’. He is one of the finest MCs in the industry. He inspired the work of many artists such as Jay Z, Biggie, Nas, Eminem, Kurupt, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and Havoc. Nas, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Ice cube have put him in their list of the favorite rappers of all time. He was the first rapper to narrate the real stories of sub-urban streets through Hip Hop. He has a net worth of 1.5 Million. Kool G is undoubtedly a legend. He’s garnered this treasure as a result of hi efforts and dedication. He is one of the pioneers of Hip Hop music. MTV gave him a honorable mention in their list of Greatest MCs of all time.

FAMOUS QUOTES BY KOOL G RAP

“Growing up in Corona was like a little Harlem, it wasn’t that hard for a nigga to be influenced by the street life type of mentality. I was like 15 years old, Ma dukes couldn’t dress a nigga no more and at that age you want a little money in your pocket. That’s what gets us all, material possessions. A nigga got caught up in that mentality. Nigga started selling drugs at a certain point, and all that shit, it’s what was goin’ on in the streets … eventually all my friends got smoked. Everybody was droppin’. All my friends started packing burners everyday, we was wild shorties.”

“What  I had was bad from my shoes to my pad. In the first time in my life loanin money to dad. Now the table’s turned and my lifestyle switches. My name is Kool G Rap, I’m on the road to the riches.

” So he fakes to be a man, but he can’t stand. On his own two feet because now he’s in a new land. Rules are different and so is life. When you think with a shank, talk with a knife.”

“ And it was a time when it was just a New York sound that was dominant throughout the genre of Hip Hop. And then it kinda switched over. And the cats from the South was struggling during the times of Run D.M.C., LL Cool J…When Hip Hop was a New York sound. Dominated the genre of music. You know what I’m saying? So, you can’t be mad at them now for coming up.”

“What are you yellow? You’re hidin like a coward and I don’t allow it, you get devoured. Cause you can’t cope, cause I’m dope and you don’t have a prescription, so just walk like an Egyptian.”

 

 

 

 

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