Fat Joe Talks Being Challenged By Big L While Recording “The Enemy” (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) Many Hip Hop fans are still mourning the lost of Harlem emcee Lamont “Big L” Coleman. The Big Picture album creator was killed in 1999, but his legacy is still impacting other artists and fans to this day.

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Fat Joe spoke with Power 106 about his late friend and collaborator. The Diggin’ In The Crates crew member even named Big L’s verse from “The Enemy” as his all time favorite.

“He’s the only artist I ever did a song with who threatened me before I did the song with him,” said Fat Joe. “He told me, ‘Joe, you just went Gold. I’m gonna take all your fans.’ So I had to step my game up at D&D Studio, right there on the spot.”

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Watch “Fat Joe: ‘This Is My Favorite Verse Of All Time'” below.

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