Hurricane G was the top hip-hop icon. She died at the age of 52
Hurricane G, a veteran of RAP music, passed away at the age of 52.
Hurricane G died at the age of 52, as confirmed by various people close to the rapper. Gloria Rodriguez, the Brooklyn native’s cause of death is unknown, although she had previously been diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer, which was revealed by Rodriguez’s daughter on social media back in May.
Her daughter said,
“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.”
Rodriguez has worked with superstars including Diddy (“P.E. 2000”), Busta Rhymes (“Far Away”), and Xzibit (“Just Maintain”) but is best recognized for her performance on Redman’s hit track “Tonight’s Da Night” from 1992.
The Puerto Rican rhymer’s final full-length release was Mami & Papi, her album with rapper Thirstin Howl III from 2013, which featured an appearance by Das EFX and created the Top 10 rap single “Somebody Else.” The Puerto Rican rhymer’s sole solo studio album, All Woman, was published in 1997.
Rodriguez was born in Brooklyn in 1970. She holds an American nationality and he belongs to the white ethnicity. Her real name is Gloria Rodriguez.