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Big Punisher - Capital Punishment
Capital Punishment
Artist: Big Punisher
Format: CD


Label: REL
Catalog: 1815
Rel. Date: 08/24/1999
UPC: 088561181529

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Personnel: Big Punisher, Fat Joe, Wyclef, Busta Rhymes, Black Thought, Noreaga, Miss Jones, JOE, Triple Seis, Armageddon, Cuban Link, Prospect, Dead Prez, Prodigy, Inspektah Deck (rap vocals); Funkmaster Flex (spoken vocals); Roc Raida (scratches). Producers include: Ju-Ju, Rockwilder, Knobody, Mike Zulu, Domingo. Engineers include: Ken "Duro" Ifil, Adam Kudzin, Soundboy. CAPITAL PUNISHMENT was nominated for a 1999 Grammy for Best Rap Album. The latest spin-off from the Bronx-born Terror Squad (first introduced by Fat Joe), Pun's quick-tongued delivery and witty lyrics have earned him a highly anticipated debut album, CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. Punisher blew up the spot with the street anthem "I'm Not A Player," the remix of which featured R&B singer JOE and helped gain commercial success for the Puerto Rican rapper. Both versions are featured on CAPITAL PUNISHMENT, in addition to other evidence of the artist's diversity. In addition to Big Pun's skills, the album contains some of the hottest upcoming talent in hip-hop, with MCs like Noreaga and the Wu-Tang's Rebel INS appearing as guests.


''Capital Punishment'' is the solo debut album by rapper Big Pun, released on April 7, 1998. The album received critical acclaim, and Big Pun became the first solo Latino rapper to go Platinum. The album peaked at #5 on on the Billboard 200 charts. It also was nominated for Best Rap Album at the 1999 Grammy Awards, but lost to Jay-Z's ''Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life''. - Wikipedia