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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Craig G Feat. Styles P "Heaven & Hell"

By Ralo

Queens Bridge native, Craig G began his career as a teenager in DJ Marley Marls' Juice Crew. Craigs' first release was a parody of Tears For Fears' pop hit "Shout". He was later featured as the first voice on Marley Marls' 1988 Classic "The Symphony". This record set the stage for what became known as the posse track, it was the first of it's kind.

Craig G is back with new full length offering called "Ramblings Of An Angry Old Man". "Ramblings" is the first collection of new songs from him in four years. Craig Gs' career has officially come full circle, he was the youngest member of The Juice Crew and now he considers himself an old man. On This album he grips about what he sees wrong with today's Rap culture.

"Heaven And Hell" is a highlight on the album that features Styles P of D Block with production from DJ Nastee. Hip-Hop pundits  and the usual "reliable" sources agree that "Ramblings" puts Craig G back at the top of the most recognized underground artists.


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