During hip hop’s golden age, the Queens-raised Kool G Rap was considered one of the best rappers and an East Coast pioneer of Mafioso-style gangsta rap. As a member of the Juice Crew, Kool G (born Nathaniel Wilson) introduced his brand of hardcore rap on the pimp-centric single “I’m Fly,” backed on the b-side with the multi-syllabic cut “It’s a Demo.” Backed by DJ Polo, the quick-silver rhymer released such classic rap masterpieces as “Poison,” “Men at Work,” and “Ill Street Blues.”

The Black Girl Revolution

Will Be Televised

Tune In Tues. Aug 22 8P/7C!

BLACK GIRLS ROCK! 2017

TUES, AUG 22, 8P/7C

HOSTED BY TARAJI P. HENSON

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