The history and evolution of Boston-based hip-hop group Kreators began in 1998. While solidifying their roots during the genesis of the Boston hip-hop scene, the group has built a reputation of providing infectious beats and devastating lyrical deliveries both live on stage and on recordings. In the course of their respective solo careers, Kreators members G Squared, Jayson, Big Juan, and XL crossed paths several times. Finally, in 1997, they came together to start producing an album that represented each member's well-seasoned ideology.
G Squared, the group leader, assembled this self-contained, self-produced, four man units. His triple function as Producer, DJ, and MC has given the Kreators a bi-coastal sound that transcends all boundaries. His past projects include dropping a solo project for a Canada based group known as Cipher, which was nominated for a Juno Award in 1995 (the equivalent of a Grammy in the US). Jayson’s affiliation with crews such as the original Gang Starr Posse (which later developed into the world renowned Gang Starr) and HBO crew can be considered the inspiration for his rhyme style - an aggressive lyrical approach with a lethal tone. Big Juan brings to the group his experiences dealing with a major label (originally signed to Atlantic Records), from big money to big expectations to an understanding of how the record business really works. Big Juan assumes the role of the storyteller - conveying a clear, sharp picture of his vision of the industry, relationships and life in general. XL brings a heavy work ethic and professionalism to the table. After working with G Squared in Canada and touring with Cipher, he eventually joined the group. His serious tone and sharp combinations accentuate a delivery that consumes the listener and leaves challengers on the ropes. Although the members of Kreators have different backgrounds and styles, their combined efforts have succeeded in creating a trademark style of their own. The Kreators study the industry, trends, styles, themselves, and the efforts of other groups, and create songs that depict their knowledge in a way that serves to entertain - while educating their fans, other MCs, and the DJs that spin their records.
The Kreators are firm in the message they relay in their music and the importance of putting 100% of themselves behind their work. They are also adamant about being their own worst critics: "Nobody can be more critical about our work than us," says G Squared. "Anybody can put out a record. We're not about that. We're focused on quality, innovation and integrity."
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Kreators Discography


Kreators No Contest (Album) Bomb Hip-Hop Records US 1999 Sell This Version
KRT0025 Kreators Live Coverage(CD) RAF Multimedia KRT0025 US 2004 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

KORG001 Kreators Big Plans / No Ordinary Love(12") Not On Label KORG001 US 1998 Sell This Version
KORG001 Kreators No Ordinary Love(12") Not On Label KORG001 US 1998 Sell This Version
none Kreators Lost Pages(CD, EP, Promo) RAF Multimedia none Canada 1998 Sell This Version
Kreators Foreign Lands Bomb Hip-Hop Records US 1999 Sell This Version
Kreators Night Life / Dog Dayz Fat Beats US 2002 Sell This Version
KRT 1237 Kreators I Don't Believe That / Ain't Nuttin(12") RAF Multimedia KRT 1237 US 2004 Sell This Version
KRE023 Kreators Smashed Up(12") RAF Multimedia KRE023 US 2004 Sell This Version
Kreators Personals / Hardcore (Maxi) RAF Multimedia US 2005 Sell This Version
KR 9001 Kreators Home / Run Wit Us(12") Not On Label KR 9001 US Unknown Sell This Version


none Kreators Greatest : Past & Future(CD, Comp) RAF Multimedia none US 2006 Sell This Version

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