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Hailing from New York's notorious Queensbridge Houses, Craig G put out his first single in 1985, and he's become best known for his work with Marley Marl and as a member of The Juice Crew. He costarred on the beloved posse cut "The Symphony" in 1988, yet for some reason solo success has eluded him; his major-label albums The Kingpin and Now, That's What I'm Talking About came and went with little recognition. Though quiet for most of the '90s, he eventually re-emerged, finding love from underground and overseas heads and putting out the quality indie projects This Is Now and Operation: Take Back Hip-Hop. For his latest endeavor, he connects with a wide assortment of co-conspirators, including producers Dremost, Marco Polo, LMNO, DJ Nastee, and Da Beatminerz, plus guest emcees Sadat X, M. Cheeks, Devin the Dude, and Big Pooh. Most of the tracks here—notably "Classic Personified," "Call That Hip Hop," and "Money Don't Matter"—address his OG status and the wack state of today's rap music.

Customer Reviews

Salute to A Legend

Straight from the Juice Crew comes A legend named Craig G... What an awesome album. Salute !!!!

This is it!

If you want old school hip hop/rap feel, with an updated message, this is the album for you. I've been waiting for something like this!

Ya'll Know!

Craig G. ...enough said. This album is necessary for the Hip-Hop game; what a breath of fresh air! yourself a favor and get it.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Craig G's career began in the late '80s when he ran with legendary producer Marley Marl and his Juice Crew posse. The Queensbridge rapper teamed with Marley early on, back in 1985, when the two recorded "Shout" and "Transformer," both released by Pop Art Records. Though definitely not as treasured as other Marley classics from the era such as MC Shan's "The Bridge" or Kool G Rap & DJ Polo's "Poison," the recordings were some of the producer's first and remain noteworthy, albeit hard to find, as a...
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