|Birth name||Craig Curry|
|Origin||Queensbridge, New York, United States|
|Associated acts||Juice Crew|
He recorded with Marley Marl in 1985, and in 1988 recorded "The Symphony" with the Juice Crew, described by Allmusic as "a landmark moment in the evolution of hardcore rap". He was then signed by Atlantic Records who released two albums, in 1989 and 1991, with little promotion  After his experience with Atlantic his career went quiet for much of the 1990s although later in the decade he regained popularity with underground rap fans. He released another album in 2003 on the D&D label, This Is Now, featuring collaborations with Marley Marl, DJ Premier, and Da Beatminerz.
Craig G was a leading freestyle battle rapper, memorably battling Supernatural on several occasions, and in the early 2000s wrote and coordinated the battle verses used by Eminem's opponents in the film 8 Mile The next year he wrote the character Dangerous' lyrics in 50 Cent's feature film Get Rich or Die Tryin'.
In 2012 he released his album Ramblings Of An Angry Old Man.
- The Kingpin (1989), Atlantic
- Now, That's More Like It (1991), Atlantic
- This Is Now (2003), D&D
- Operation: Take Back Hip-Hop (with Marley Marl) (2008), Traffic Entertainment Group
- Ramblings of An Angry Old Man (October 30, 2012), Soulspazm
- Referenced in the Shad song "Yaa I Get It" for his notorious free-style battles against Supernatural
- Appeared in the track "Daad bij 't woord" by Dutch hip hop celebrity Jerome XL in 2010 (Craig G and Jerome XL also featured as guest rappers together in a video for the Polish rapper Gorzki)
- Appeared in the Lidget Green Position collaboration, 'Sick Day'. DMB Records.
- Appeared in "Brothers on the Run" first single of "HollyLodz" album (release 23 Feb 2007 by ASFALT Records) by Polish producent and MC O.S.T.R.
- Features on UK Hip Hop artist Ricta's album Snacks & Deception LP.
- Appeared on the song "Represent" from 2012 album "Back in Effect" by "Falcon Burns & Melph" (Akkie Records).
- Hess, Mickey (2009) Hip Hop in America: a Regional Guide: Volume 1 - East Coast and West Coast, Greenwood Publishing Group, ISBN 978-0-313-34323-0, p. 55
- Bry, David (2001) "Something in the Water", Vibe, March 2001, p. 80
- "Juice Crew". hiphop.sh. Retrieved 12 December 2010.
- Birchmeier, Jason "Craig G Biography", Allmusic, retrieved 2011-01-27
- Bush, John "This Is Now Review", Allmusic, retrieved 2011-01-27
- DiPasquale, Cara & Karnopp, Kris (2003) "Craig G's battle for relevance", Chicago Tribune, May 20, 2003, p. 29
- Hall, Rashaun (2003) "Words & Deeds: Now Is the Time", Billboard, June 7, 2003, p. 23, retrieved 2011-01-27
- "Juice Crew Reunites at the A3C Hip Hop Festival", Hip-Hop Elements, March 10, 2008, retrieved 2011-01-27
- Craig G "Ramblings Of An Angry Old Man" Tracklist & Release Date, HipHopDX, August 27, 2012, Retrieved on 2012-09-12.