Filed under: Classic Ignorance,G Rap Week,Steady Bootleggin',White Label Remixes
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
It’s no secret that G Rap isn’t shy to drop a guest spot here and there, but even at his prime, it seems that Giancana wasted some bars on records with jerk-off’s like Ali Dee and Pudgee The “Fudge Packing” Phat Bastard. On those occasions when he’s selected a worthy tag-team partner though, the results have been top notch.
Combining with the Hav and Prodigy during his full-scale cameo assault that resulted in his million-dollar Rawkus deal, G works a sinister Alchemist loop with studied precision as he lets off some ill rhyme patterns with the little dunns. Upping the ante and the energy levels for his trip to Brownsville, the Kool Genius steals the show from rap’s greatest paranoid kings of anti-social anthems as he ram-raids a prime Premier string session. The chorus provides one of the best ever examples of “Righteous Ignorance” as we’re informed that today’s mathematics will involve catching bodies. Sounds like a plan.
For those who prefer hand-to-hand combat, G and the Ak call the first meeting of the “Bitch Haters Club” for a superb example of G’s wife-beating technique, which is only second to “Hey Mr. Mr.” in terms of dumbing out on broads (I sure hope DJ Drama‘s big sis doesn’t hear it). Speaking of dumb broads…Shante has little time for ’em. In fact she has so little time that she couldn’t even spare a few minutes to write her own raps for this duet with KGR from her last solo album. Not that it matters, as it gives G the chance to conduct a tight routine against himself.
It’s been said that Nas‘ early shit before his recording days was heavily influenced by the King of Queens, so it was appropriate that G invited him to appear on this ultimate big-shot spazz-out, which also serves as a passing of the torch if you’re into that kind of silly shit. While the Norfside remix that Salaam Remi flipped is usually favored over Buckwild‘s 80’s style original, you can’t lose with the Vinyl Reanimators‘ white label special. And to round things off, Kool G demonstrates that he can still hold his own in this day and age and he and Saigon deliver the nicest display of tongue twisting since Bas Blasta fucked around and sold sally sea-shells with Greg Nice.
M.O.P feat. Kool G Rap – Stick To Ya Gunz
Shante feat. Kool G Rap – Deadly Rhymes
Mobb Deep feat. Kool G Rap – The Realest
Kool G Rap feat. Nas – Fast Life (Vinyl Reanimators Remix)
Akinyele feat. Kool G Rap – Break A Bitch Neck (Large Pro Version)
Bonus: Saigon feat. Kool G Rap – The Letter P
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