Kurupt, Frankie Cutlass - Kurupt & Friends / Boricuas On The Set Remix download flac
Producer: Frankie Cutlass Released in 1995 ft. Fat Joe, Evil Twins & Doo Wo. Boricuas on da Set (feat. Fat Joe, Doo Wop, Ray Boogie & True God).
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Style: rap. Album year: 1995. 2. Frankie Cutlass - Boricuas on da Set 04:05. Puerto Rico 2006 Featuring Lumidee, Voltio & Joell Ortiz - Frankie Cutlass. DJ's Only - Frankie Cutlass. Ritmo Tropical - Frankie Cutlass.
Listen to music from Frankie Cutlass like Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico (The Original Mix) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Frankie Cutlass. Much like his idol Marley Marl, Frankie Cutlass gathered MCs and vocalists under the umbrella of projects – which he spearheaded as producer and mixer – while still maintaining an edge as a DJ by playing consistently in clubs, both dance- and hip-hop-oriented. Originally from Puerto Rico, he moved to Spanish Harlem in New York with his family while still a child, and began to grasp America's culture firsthand through the influence of hip-hop.
Frankie Cutlass, born Frank Malave, was born in New York City’s Spanish Harlem. Frankie started picking up fans at local parties and clubs as a precocious and talented 13-year-old DJ in the 1980’s. By the early 1990’s, Frankie’s joined superstar DJ FunkMaster Flex’s and often spun at special events, and on the airwave for New York City’s Hot 97 (WQHT) Radio Station. Frankie is best known for hits like "Puerto Rico Ho!" and "Shake What Your Mama Gave Ya!". Take Mixcloud on the go.
Much like his idol Marley Marl, Frankie Cutlass gathered MCs and vocalists under the umbrella of projects - which he spearheaded as producer and mixer - while still maintaining an edge as a DJ by playing consistently in clubs, both dance- and hip-hop-oriented. It and the later single, "Boriquas on the Set," became underground hits, spurring Frankie Cutlass to sign with Relativity Records. His first album with the label, 1997's Politics & Bullshit, showed his enthusiasm for the old-school rap he had grown up with. The album's single, "The Cypher, Pt.