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  • Moogugis says:
    Watch the video for Cannon Fire from Kool G Rap's Roots of Evil for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  • Groran says:
    Apr 01,  · I want to start listening to Kool G Rap, I only have a few songs on my Ipod that have Kool G Rap featured on it but no real Kool G Rap songs, what is his best album that would be easy to get into. I like alot of Mobb Deep, Nas, Big Pun, AZ, Ghostface Killah, Biggie etc.
  • Akisho says:
    Roots of Evil: 1. Intro 2. Hitmans Diary 3. One Dark Night 4. Foul Cats 5. Tekilla Sunrise 6. At da Wake 7. Home Sweet Funeral Home 8. Mobsta's 9. Let the Games Begin A Thugs Love Story (Chapter I, II, III) Da Bosses Lady Mafioso Thugs Anthem Da Heat Can't Stop the Shine Cannon Fire Outro Daddy Figure (Down.
  • Bahn says:
    Kool G Rap - Roots Of Evil. , CD, Rap, Queens, New York, Illstreet Records, Down Low Music, K-Tel Distribution.
  • Tagor says:
    G Rap's intricate storytelling ability and keen attention for detail enables him to flip futuristic tales of criminology in a totally unique fashion. However, just as the production failed to take his first solo album, 4,5,6, to that next level, the same can be echoed uvaginasaqweb.thepurjuncsixirimespadaliformi.infoinfo: $
  • Mejar says:
    Buy Mp3 Music Online / kool g rap / Return Of The Don. kool g rap — Return Of The Don. $ Discount: 20%; Release date: ; Duration: ; Add album to Cart. See more Discography. Greatest Hits 4, 5, 6 Half A Klip Roots Of Evil Rated Xxx Veteran's Day (Bootleg) The Giancana Story Click Of.
  • Tojahn says:
    Lyrics to 'Cannon Fire' by Kool G. Rap & DJ Polo. [Intro] Heyyo check it This goes out for all of the ones that's walkin' around here Out in the streets blindfolded Not knowin' what's really goin' on.
  • Dishakar says:
    Kool G Rap - Roots Of Evil Intro by KoolGRap Kool G Rap - One Dark Night Kool G Rap - Cannon Fire by KoolGRap Kool G Rap - A Thugs Love Story (Chapter I, II, III).
  • Kigajin says:
    Since his last album, Kool G Rap made two very critical life decisions that would greatly impact his career. First, he left the hustle and bustle of Queens behind and relocated to the blistering desert heat of Arizona. Secondly, tiring of major-label hassles and poor promotion, he severed all ties with Cold Chillin and started his own label, Ill Street.

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