Gloria “Hurricane G” Rodriguez, a well-liked East Coast rapper, died Sunday.
EPMD’s Erick Sermon, who shares a daughter with the late rapper, confirmed the unhappy information on his Tnstagram account.
“My coronary heart is hardened right this moment. One in all my good mates…. my oldest daughters mom handed away right this moment #HURRICANEGLORIA was additionally a legend in her personal proper within the Hiphop group. One of many first puertorican feminine rappers She rapped with me. @redmangilla she paved the best way
@keithmurray @diddy she was in all of the Hiphop magazines with all the highest females on the time.. #stretchandbobito liked a tune that she did referred to as “MILKY” She shall be missed all all over the world. I can’t imagine this. Pray for us. Stunning blessings. She was a gorgeous particular person an exquisite mom as actual as they arrive. We love u G“
Hurricane G made a number of notable appearances with rappers like Redman, Keith Murray, Xzibit, Delinquent Habits, Funkdoobiest, the Cocoa Brovaz, and even Sean “Diddy” Combs. In 1997, she launched her first solo album, which was produced by Domingo.
“R.I.P. to my good pal Hurricane G. Actually unhappy information to get. I used to be blessed to know her and produce her debut album. God bless her household and daughter,” Domingo mentioned on Fb.
No reason behind dying has been given on the time of this report.
A rapper of Puerto Rican descendant, she made her mark along with her brash, loud and determined Brooklyn, New York manner of speaking.
Many recall when she instructed Redman to get off that “punk easy sh#t” on his hit tune “Tonight’s Da Evening.”
A fixture, Hurricane’s passing – coupled with the dying of The Artifacts’s TameOne – was a heavy blow for the tradition’s OGs.
“Iconic EMCEES of our time. We Love You Gloria!!!” mentioned DJ Premier.
Steele of Smif-n-Wessun (previously The Coco Brovas) mentioned, “I didn’t wish to imagine it once I heard. My honest condolences to your complete household. My coronary heart is heavy so I can think about the ache. Prayers of power and love.”
Relaxation In Peace, Hurricane G.