After a three-album run with DJ Polo
that stacked up favorably to any other rap act, Kool G Rap
went solo with 1995's 4, 5, 6
. Though they fall short of G Rap
's legacy with DJ Polo
, "Ghetto Knows," "Take 'Em to War," and "Money on My Brain" (featuring a slick sample of Herbie Hancock
's "Chameleon") are far from missteps. Had this been a debut from a youngster, it would've doubtlessly created a stir of some sort.