Hip-hop rapper Hurricane G died confirmed on Sunday.
“My heart is hardened today. One of my good friends… my oldest daughter’s mother passed away today,” wrote EPMD’s Erick Sermon on Instagram, describing her as “a legend in her own right in the Hip-hop community.”
EPMD’s Erick Sermon wrote on Instagram “My heart is hardened today. One of my good friends… my oldest daughter’s mother passed away today,”. He also described her as “a legend in her own right in the Hip-hop community”.
No reason for death has been delivered yet in but May, Hurricane G’s daughter Lexus expressed that her mother had lung cancer.
Hurricane’s daughter wrote, “My mom has stage 4 lung cancer,”. “I don’t know how many of you understand what that means but even after 30 years of life, I’m still trying to process it myself. I have never cried so much in my life I have never felt so disconnected from reality in my life.”
Sunday night on Facebook, the producer of Hurricane G’s debut album paid tribute to the “really funny person.”
“I have so many crazy stories from working with Hurricane G on her album All Woman,” Domingo Padilla wrote.
“We recorded that album in my apartment in Ozone Park Queens on a Tascam 388. And I took the whole reel machine to 78/88 studios and dumped the music to 2-inch reels…
“Gloria was a really kind-hearted, funny person but when she was mad stay out of her way… LOL. I saw her make a famous radio personality cry in a studio and when I drove Gloria home we argued about why she did that and she kept it real with me she said ‘Domingo that bi**h don’t fool me she is a 2 face.’”
Padilla said he was “gonna miss speaking to her on the phone and hear her say ‘Domingo you got that funky ass fire for me or what motherfucker.’”
Rapper Hurricane G’s Early Life
Hurricane G was born on Gloria Rodríguez, and rose to fame in the mid-1990s after appearing on Redman’s 1992 hit “Tonight’s da Night”. She followed with another Redman song, “Dare Iz a Darkside,” in 1994 while collaborating with Xzibit on the track “At the Speed of Life” before releasing her debut album, All Woman, in 1997. The artist, who was of Puerto Rican descent, rapped in both Spanish and English.
“She paved the way,” Sermon wrote. “She was in all the Hip-hop magazines with all the top females at the time. And she will be missed all around the world. I can’t believe this. Pray for us. Beautiful blessings. She was a beautiful person a wonderful mother as real as they come.”