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Many of those dope Bad Boy R&B remixes were in fact done by Stevie J. Take a trip down memory lane with a few in this latest volume of Stevie J’s production discography. Plenty volumes more coming…and we haven’t even gotten to the slow jams yet!!!
- You Don’t Have To Worry (Bad Boy Remix) – New Edition feat. Fat Joe
- I Will Survive (Puffy Combs Bad Boy Remix)- Chantay Savage
- Kissing You (Remix) – Total
- Love You So – Soul For Real
- You’re The One (Puff Daddy Bad Boy Remix) – SWV feat. Busta Rhymes
- The Way You Like It – Tasha Holiday feat. Ma$e
- The Things You Do (Bad Boy Remix) – Gina Thompson feat. Missy Elliot
- Friend – Puff Daddy feat. Foxy Brown
“He does not have the Midas Touch. He has the Minus Touch”
Just in time for the release of the new Dirty Money album, comedian Maronzio Vance has a new video discussing the latest reasons as to why Puffy is poison. He even touches on G. Dep’s recent arrest and the model’s hair that caught on fire at the Last Train To Paris release party last week. Another instant classic
Man I miss the Puff Daddy Dance lol. This was at the same awards show that Suge Knight made his infamous “Come to Death Row” speech. One of my favorite hip-hop memories is seeing Big perform One More Chance while they hold up the plaques to represent that New York was back. Remember the West Coast had dominated with gangsta rap. And Big was the one who made all these rappers start claiming to be King. And Lil Kim’s Hardcore is the only female rap album that I can actually bump like a dude’s album.
“Either way it went someone had to lose”
I’ve been in a similar situation to this before and I’ll be doggone if I can’t relate to this lol. Heck even if you can’t you’ll still be singing this like you did. Carl’s album Emotional is a slept-on R&B classic and one of the last good albums on Bad Boy.
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“Don’t be bad, UPS is hiring”
This is up there with Luniz’s “I Got 5 On It” as the best posse remix of the 90s. Seems like every remix video since has copied the white screen and has failed to match either because the artists don’t have near the personality displayed here. I’m not even gonna try to name all the cameos. Big came in and rocked it so hard that they could have hummed the rest and it still woulda been a classic.