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02-09-2007, 02:09 PM
Seven years since Punís untimely death, xxlmag.com presents some of the late great MCís best work.

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Compiled By: Eskay
Seven years ago today, we lost one of hip-hop (http://www.srch-results.com/lm/rtl3.asp?si=19902&k=hip%20hop)ís most vibrant and talented members. Big Punisher was an imposing figure, physically and lyrically, who commanded the respect and admiration of countless peers in the late 90ís bling era of hip-hop. The consummate songwriter, Pun possessed a knack for assembling words in a manner that pleased all different types of listeners across the country. Itís rare for an MC with such a heavy lyrical style to have the personality and quality that can actually move a crowd, but Pun pulled it off time and time again with the greatest of ease. Although he died far too soon, Pun left us with a collection of gems that will keep our heads nodding, lips quoting and feet moving long into the future. XXLMag.com has assembled some of his stand out appearances as a way to pay tribute to one of the all time greats.

Check out some classics here http://xxlmag.com/online/?p=7541

02-09-2007, 02:26 PM
Yup R I P / To Pun... Dog.. I Feel His Flows.. / His Story../ At Least In Capital Punishment.. If I Were Ever To Come.. Up .. I Would Be Like Yea Platinum // Rocking Gold.. > " I Can Only Say One Thing .. My Respects To Big Pun.. If He Didn't Do What He Did.. > " I Wouldn T Be Standing Here.. As A Latin As A Mexican .." Then I Would Select Them To Play A Pun Video..> .. IT WOULD BE LIKE A SHORT PAUSE THEN THROW THE VID IN.. Maybe Not A Player No More.. Or 100%