Bink Remixes Big L & Fat Joe’s Historic D.I.T.C. Moment Together (Audio)

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Philadelphia native producer Bink is known for producing joints for nearly 20 years, including Jay Z’s “Blueprint (Momma Loves Me),” Mr. Cheeks’ “Lights, Camera, Action,” and Kanye West’s “Devil In A New Dress.” The onetime Roc-A-Fella affiliate now takes a hand at D.I.T.C.’s “Da Enemy.” The late ’90s track was a poignant moment, combining Big L and Fat Joe for a heartfelt verse about trying to do right after years of wrong, and police profiling based on said success. Bink slows things down a bit from the original, but gives a great reminder on why L was not only a dazzling lyricist, but somebody who spoke for situations that other MCs couldn’t. This is one of Corleone’s most powerful moments alongside Joe, who was entering his stardom at this point in the game.


The remix joins Alchemist’s and DJ Premier’s (who made the original “Da Enemy”), from the D.I.T.C. project next month.

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