An associate of Philadelphia’s Hilltop Hustlers staff, Great C’s laid-back rhymes are best heard in the 1989 singles “We Gotta Habit” and “Glamorous Life.” He produced his single debut in 1987 with “Juice Crew Dis,” a monitor that gained interest for its pictures taken at the brand new York-based crew operate by influential manufacturer Marley Marl (including heavyweights Kool G Rap and Big Daddy Kane). A set of 1988 singles for Hilltop and Town Beat landed Great C a agreement with Atlantic, where he released his two full-length single albums, I Gotta Habit (1989) and Existence within the Ghetto (1990). A few years later on, he place his solo profession aside to become listed on C.E.B. with Best Eaze and Steady B. The trio released Countin’ Limitless Standard bank on Ruffhouse in 1993. His existence took a extreme downward slide a couple of years later on, when he was discovered guilty of murdering a Philadelphia officer during a standard bank robbery attempt. He was sentenced to loss of life by lethal shot but was granted multiple remains of execution.