Download: Kool G Rap – Offer You Can’t Refuse EP
Tuesday February 08th 2011,
Filed under: Announcements,EP's,G Rap Week,Steady Bootleggin'
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Some new G Rap in anticipation of his next album. That ALC/Havoc snippet is worth the effort at least…

Kool G Rap – Offer You Can’t Refuse EP


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YO Robert.

You obviously read my comment in da last post did you not? You still mad late though.

Well done nonetheless.

Comment by Spliff Star 02.08.11 @

Nah, I had this last night. Just didn’t bother posting. Shouldn’t you be picking up some ‘Roids somewhere?

Comment by Robbie 02.08.11 @

Comment by Robbie 02.08.11 @

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Oh you fancy huh?

Comment by Spliff Star 02.08.11 @

Yo Robbie, amazing site dawg. Big upps. It’s people like you that verify true hip hop is not completely forgotten/unrecognized. I was jus wondering if u heard anything recent on if that Dr. Butcher & Understanding LP is coming out anytime soon. I Heard the 2 preview tracks on myspace a little while back and they’re abosulute fire, but I can’t find out about the album much more than that. You got any insights? Lol, thankss.

Comment by Hopper 02.08.11 @

Hell yeah, good looks on this..

Comment by LEX 02.09.11 @

Just had a listen its not bad to it aint no road 2….

I dont get why they work this unknown producers kgr should be working with primo and of course marley…

Comment by Kevlar 02.09.11 @

a lot better than expected, really liked the fix.

grown man shit

Comment by sg 02.09.11 @

Hopefully the LP has some more shit like Domingo joint. That was killer!

Comment by PetePablo 02.10.11 @

Still on that wack ass slow flo, giancana bullshit. He sounds lazy. I get tired listening to gunplay rap. It’s played out. The stories are old. I wish he would revert back to being dope again. The “free pass” is expired. Step it up G rap.

Comment by donkeyballs 02.11.11 @

sad had my expectations too high but giancana never fails.nice tunes.

Comment by swordfish 02.11.11 @

Ditto swordfish.

I think the last G Rap verse that didn’t hit the threshold of quality was his cheesy posse cut about racism, and that was in the Polo days. Admittedly, he barely squeaked by doing the dirty south song on his G-Unit mixtape.

Comment by B.O 02.11.11 @

Surprisingly fresh.

Comment by andrewfrumrussia 02.13.11 @



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