Who is Gregory Shorter Jr ??
Ras G Bio: Gregory Shorter Jr was an American DJ, who is better known by his stage name Ras G. He was an American instrumental hip hop producer and DJ from Los Angeles, California.
Ras G Bio
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|Birth Place||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Death Date||29 July 2019|
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Gregory Shorter Jr was born in 1979 and died on 29 July 2019. He has died at the age of 39. He was associated with the record label Brainfeeder.
Ras G released Brotha from Anotha Planet in 2009. His solo album, Down 2 Earth, was released on Ramp Recordings in 2011.
He released the free EP, Ainat, in 2012. He released Back on the Planet on Brainfeeder in 2013.
Ras G became known for his extensive crate-digging and ability to conjure cosmic atmospheres with his beats, typically with an outer space theme.
My relationship with sci-fi is from a creational standpoint, he told MerryJane in 2018.
My label is called Ghetto Sci-Fi Music, which is how I identify my studio and music-making methods.
It’s Ghetto in terms of set-up/layout, but it’s a science to how it all works together and fiction to most who come from a more professional studio setting.
After coming to prominence in the late-2000s, Ras G maintained a constant artistic pace, often releasing multiple albums per year.
It’s hard to explain, man, he said of his approach during a 2017 Micro-Chop interview. I’m a music man, I speak through feelings.
Ras G Death Cause
He died on 29 July 2019 at the age of 39. The label confirmed his death via social media. No cause of death was given. In December, Shorter revealed that he’d been struggling with health issues including diabetes and pneumonia.
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It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to one of our brothers, Gregory Shorter, otherwise know as RAS G. We send our heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, and fans around the world. One of the founding members of Brainfeeder and one of the most important figures in the Los Angeles Beat Scene. Rest In Peace G. We love you. (Ohhh Rass!!!) (Airhornnnnn!!!)
Ras_G has left the planet, far beyond the galaxy.
Show us the way to the cosmos my friend.
I will love you forever.
Thank you for your time on earth.
— FLYLO (@flyinglotus) July 29, 2019