The album peaked at on the Billboard 200 charts and on the Top R&B Albums chart for two weeks Hard Knock Life. It was also the first solo Latin hip hop record to go Platinum.
Big Pun. Released April 28, 1998. The album received critical acclaim, and Big Pun became the first solo Latino rapper to go platinum. The album peaked at on the Billboard 200 and hit on the Top R&B Albums chart for two weeks. The album yielded the singles I’m Not a Player, You Came Up with Noreaga, Twinz (Deep Cover ‘98) with Fat Joe, and Still Not a Player with Joe, which is Big Pun’s most successful single.
The album received critical acclaim, peaking at on the Billboard 200 charts and on the Top R&B Albums chart for two weeks Hard Knock Life. Entertainment Weekly (7/17/98, p. 85) - "Everything about this Bronx-bred Puerto Rican rapper is generous, his 400-pound girth, his multiple rhyming within each line, and his talent for spewing out verses without stopping for breath.
It was released on April 28, 1998 through Loud Records and Terror Squad Entertainment. The album received critical acclaim, peaking at on the Top R&B Albums and on the Billboard 200 charts
He's a terrific lyricist with microphone technique to spare, and actually rhymes faster than his clear influence, the Notorious . He's also quite versatile, aiming for the dance clubs, the ladies, the hip-hop purists, and the mean streets at varying points on the album, and connecting with all of them pretty well.
Caribbean Connection. 15. Uncensored – Skit. 16. I’m Not A Player.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/200 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
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