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E.S.G., or Cedric Hill as he was born, is a rapper from Houston, Texas who played a key role in the development of Houston’s ‘Chopped and Screwed’ sound alongside DJ Screw.
In the early ’90s Hill moved from Bogalusa, Louisiana, to nearby Lafayette and attended The University of Southern Louisiana before moving to Houston, Texas where he made his name as a rapper beginning with his debut LP “Oceans of Funk.” The more popular songs from this album were repackaged with new songs and released as a faux-sophomore effort by Perrion Entertainment. This album contained several radio-friendly, summery tracks, none more so than Swangin’ & Bangin’ which was also re-worked (or “screwed”) by close friend DJ Screw.
Both the original track and its slowed down alter-ego cemented Hill’s place as a mainstay in the burgeoning Houston rap scene and also the wider southern rap movement.
At the turn of the millennium, being one of the more popular figures in the Houston, TX, area, ESG gained many followers and built lasting relationships with folks from many different age groups, cultures and social status. His uncanny ability to put smiles on individual’s faces and effortless ability to make anyone laugh has led Mr. Hill to pursue a side gig as a comedian.
ESG is known for bringing high energy to packed venues with his talents, and states “I can get a crowd laughing so hard they may pee on themselves.”
Mr. ESG has dubbed himself as “The Gangster of Comedy” and looks forward to climbing the comedy circuits just as he did the music circuit!