Originally Posted by claaa7
actually he did oversee that album, it was completed when he passed away - just like BIG's "Life After Death" too. "Yeeah Baby" was released only 2 months after his tragic death, and i remember seeing ads in The Source and such before he died. it's possible that there were some loose knots that had to be tightened up by Fat Joe and Sean C. before the release but i'm sure it was only minor stuff and nothing about the actual sound or getting new beats.
Pun said in interviews that his second album wouldn't be as hardcore in nature as "Capital Punishment", because he wanted to reach even more listeners:
pointless trying to build with or educate some people they're just narrowminded and/or retarded.
"Sean is the shit, The shit Sean spit is legit, Legitimate bars, pa you a ignorant bitch, Hip hop hooray, Be happy a nigga here for hip hop today. P!" R.I.P Sean Price.