Big Daddy Kane/Kool Moe Dee/Kurtis Blow

A while back, our weekly alternative paper described a shop that was closing downtown as “the O.G. of local collectives.” Further proof that white people should never try to come up with clever uses for the term “O.G.” I would call this list a tribute to some actual O.G.s, but these guys are so O, they were around before the Gs took over rap. I guess that makes them pre-O.G.s?

Big Daddy Kane AllMusic page

Kool Moe Dee AllMusic page

Kurtis Blow AllMusic page

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