When interviewing Eminem recently, Sway asked Em who the top 5 greatest were. One of the first names he mentioned was, Kool G Rap.
We had the pleasure of having the legendary Kool G Rap in the studio with Necro to humbly speak about major influences that have impacted their careers. If you’re not familiar with Kool G, he is one of the greatest of our times, with tracks like: Men at Work, Road to Riches, Streets of New York.
Sway got in depth with the Kool G about the first time he wrote a rap, what initially inspired him, how he linked with first label, and which rappers in the game he is currently vibing to.
“The first time I ever was in the presence of hip-hop I was nine years old…. Instamatic love for it, hip-hop is just that influential,” said Cool G when asked about his first interaction with hip-hop.
Necro also spoke to us about the ways that G Rap has influenced him and his intellectual craft, and he doesn’t let it go unnoticed. Peep The Godfathers (Necro x Kool G Rap), spit their track ‘Heart Attack,’ live on Sway in the Morning.
For the last piece of our interview, catch the ‘5 Fingers of Death’ King Papoose give us a call to speak to Kool G as well as his project, “Hoodie Season,” and Kool G salutes Papoose for his ‘Kendrick Control Response.”
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