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She recalled her life-changing first encounter with Big Pun and explained how six years in prison has changed her perspective.
With more than 15 years behind him, his unique turntable, CD and mic skills have seen him employed as official tour DJ for Total, Nicole Wray, Big Pun, Levi Little, BlackStreet, Bubba Sparxxx, The YoungBloodz, Jagged Edge, American Idol Fantasia and hip-hop producer Timbaland.
In five chapters, he articulates hip-hop's "Roots," situating them in a larger oral-tradition-Diaspora context; the historical-political periods that influenced the content, beats and style; its blues tradition, including influential MCs such as Big Pun, Common, Eminem, Jay Z, Lauren Hill, the Notorious B.
This summer, Marbury and Boston Celtics point guard Kenny Anderson played ball against the Terror Squad's Big Pun and Fat Joe in the video "Whatcha' Goin' Do.
The group had the distinct privilege of being the only artists allowed to collaborate with iconic Eazy-E, 2Pac, Big Pun and the Notorious B.
The Grammy nominated pair have worked with artists like Jay Z, Wale, Big Pun, Diddy, The Clipse, Linkin Park, The Roots, JadaKiss and Fabolous.
Among the groups that have ``sampled'' Schifrin's music for new songs are Britain's Portishead and the late rapper Big Pun.
The veteran East Los Angeles rapper became a hip-hop icon in 1990 with this revolutionary single and his success allowed Latino rappers such as Cypress Hill, Fat Joe and Big Pun to make substantial hip-hop inroads.