Kool G Rap: For Each One of My Friends I Lost, They Laid Down 6 People
New York legend Kool G Rap opened up to VladTV about his early days growing up in Corona, Queens, and seeing the neighborhood go from mainly black-owned businesses to drugs taking over. He explained that the crack-era ruined families and turned decent mothers into drug addicts and criminals.
Speaking about his own experiences, Kool G Rap explained how he started selling crack at seventeen and how he saw a lot of his friends die in the streets. To hear more of what he had to say on the situation, including the moment, he knew he needed to get out, hit the above clip.