Craig G & Da Beatminerz To Release A Collaborative EP

Juice Crew-meets-Black Moon as Craig G confirms an upcoming project with his previous production collaborators, Evil Dee & Mr. Walt.

Founding Juice Crew member Craig G recently released Ramblings Of An Angry Old Man last October on Soulspazm Records. According to the Queens, New York veteran and Battle Rap legend, Craig is already working on a 2013 EP with Brooklyn, New York production team, Da Beatminerz.

Da Beatminerz, now consisting of brothers Evil Dee and Mr. Walt, are famous for producing albums such as Smif-n-Wessun's Dah Shinin' and Black Moon's Enta Da Stage. Evil Dee is also a founding member of Black Moon. Previously, Craig worked with the team on 2003's This Is Now album, released on D&D Records—the label belonging to the studio where Walt and Evil recorded extensively.

A release date, album title, and label is still to be revealed, though Craig's tweet indicated that the EP is coming soon.

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12 Comments

  • Von

    Big FAN of CRAIG G!!!Respect

  • fuck this St

    The Saint Divine Savior of Mankind is my bitch. Get the sucking mofo!

  • Anonymous

    Hope Da Beatminerz bring some heat

  • rhymesmith

    its a shame when judgement is reserved before actually hearing anything...Craig G last album was slept on and the Beatminerz should have some heat left..i'm interested in what they'll come up with

  • Anonymous

    RETURN OF THE HAS BEENS... pains me to say that too because Da Beatminerz were great on that first round of of BCC albums... ... afterwards?! And both their solo/producer albums sucked too.

    • smh

      only in hip hop they throw good artists to the side!! i would say at LEAST hear something first before reserving judgement...they both made decent music at some point

  • The Saint Divine Savior of Mankind

    more irrelevant ass old school niggas that know damn well they'll never match the quality of their work 20 years ago collaborating on a wack LP with played out rhymes over plastic sounding mpc snares and overused soul samples not realizing the hunger and rawness that drove them to create incredible music is forever gone... smh

    • exactly

      EXACTLY!!!Why do theseguys think their opinon is the ONLY opinion? this could be a nice project if done rght

    • TROLLIN ON THESE TROLLS

      OR HOW BOUT THEY JUST FEEL LIKE COLLABORATING WITH EACH OTHER AND MAKE A PROJECT TOGETHER REGARDLESS OF WHAT NIGGAS LIKE YOU THINK ABOUT IT? IN OTHER WORDS, SHUT UP AND LET THEM DO THEIR THING.

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