How old is Coolio? – How To Know If You Can Rap
It’s unclear exactly when and why he got together with Coolio (we do have a pretty good idea of the timeline as it pertains to him, though), but either way he was definitely in the group who introduced him to Hip Hop and it’s interesting to see it in action in his song “Doin’ What I Wanna Do (With Ya).”
Where was the album supposed to come out?
After “Coolio” was finally released in November 1995 (but before “Tusked Up” was released), a rumor surfaced that Coolio planned to have the album released on his own label, but that label never picked it up. The rumor even spread that Coolio’s mother, Mrs. Mary Coolio, is a “co-owner” of the label. This never happened, despite the fact that a “coolio” was listed as co-owner on Coolio’s father’s business registration, and Coolio’s mom is the “co-owner” of the parent company of Coolio’s label. It’s also unknown where the album was supposed to be released on.
Who were the producers on the album? Were they in on it?
The producers were unknown. So although there is some mention of them on “Tusked Up,” one of our favorite tracks from the album, it is unclear as to whether these were the producers or not. While that’s still pretty true, one of the songs on The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air is the “Makin’ Money” beat which was created just before Coolio signed with Capitol Records. At this point, it’s also unknown whether these were original tunes created for the album, or just a demo.
Where’s our Coolio?
A lot of fans have claimed their Coolio. But was it true… or was it all made up?
In order to find out, we went to the Internet, and the answer was definitely not. According to HipHopDX, the first time Coolio was mentioned was on a March 1995 promo single for Waka Flocka Flame’s “Get Loose.” The second time was on a “Hey World” radio show in the summer of 1995, so that’s what started the rumor and the idea for this article to begin with.
Where do we first encounter Coolio?
It turns out we already knew enough about Coolio to know he was in a group called “The Four Lads.” It also turns out Cool
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