Hurricane G Biography

Hurricane G was the stage name of American rapper Gloria Rodriguez, who was of Puerto Rican heritage. Rodriguez was born in 1970, and she passed away on November 6, 2022. Her track “Somebody Else,” which was released in 1997, peaked at number 10 on the Hot Rap Singles list and number 54 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart in Billboard Magazine.

 

Early Life

Rodriguez was born in 1970 in the borough of Brooklyn, in the city of New York. [3] She was the first female member of the Hit Squad and made guest appearances on albums by Keith Murray, Redman, Xzibit, Delinquent Habits, Funkdoobiest, the Cocoa Brovaz, and others. She was also the first female member of the Hit Squad. She also made an appearance on the song “P.E. 2000” by Puff Daddy. Her long-awaited debut album, titled All Woman, was finally released the following year in 1997.

The death of Hurricane G occurred on November 6, 2022, when it was 52 years old. Only her daughter, Lexus, was left behind after her passing.

 

Discography 

Studio albums 

  • All Woman (1997)
  • Mami & Papi with Thirstin Howl III (2013)

 

Singles 

  • “Padre Nuestro (Our Father)” on Red Hot + Latin: Silencio = Muerte
  • “Somebody Else”
  • 2004 feature from the Tony Touch album The Reggaetony Album