The Kool Genius of Rap debuted with DJ Polo in 1986 with "It's a Demo." As a part of the Juice Crew, the duo released three highly-influential LPs from '89 to '92, as G Rap perfected his flow--a jarring, rapid-fire delivery made up of multi-syllabic rhymes--and vivid story-telling techniques in classics like "Road to the Riches," "Streets of New York," and "On the Run." His aggressive approach, violent and X-rated lyrics, and signature tommy gun delivery became the building blocks for NY hardcore, inspiring a generation of MCs. His outstanding 1995 solo debut, 4, 5, 6, represents another milestone as G Rap's mafia fetish came to full fruition. Plagued by label snares for years, Kool G Rap has had difficulty getting out a cohesive studio LP though the legendary MC still remains active.