Legendary rap artist’s son is a top-tier national high school athletics prospect who has decided where he’ll play Division One college football.
West coast hip-hop legend Warren G (pictured left) has been well-known for decades as both a star rap artist and a notable producer who is credited along with Dr. Dre and others as creators of their genre’s “G-Funk” sound.
Warren G (born Warren Griffin) along with fellow Westside pioneer Snoop Dogg, as well as the late Nate Dogg were all originally in a group together called 213. When Warren G’s relative Dr. Dre discovered all three of them, he invited them to be on Deathrow Records, a record label he owned along with his former partner Suge Knight.
History was definitely made after that by all parties involved even though Deathrow eventually fell. Nowadays, Warren G has a young son named Olaijah Griffin who is one of the best high school football prospects in the country. Griffin has been captured on film doing some things on the football field that are absolutely remarkable.