These 90s New York Rappers Still Have The JUICE!

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Fat Joe (Before)

Fat Joe at MTV Spring Break 2002

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With Pun losing his life, Fat Joe felt the need to carry the torch on his behalf. The Bronx rapper did so with gusto and didn’t let Pun down. His biggest effort, “Lean Back” made the whole country take notice of Terror Squad.

Fat Joe (Now)

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Joe still has the Midas touch. He just performed at Summer Jam and his newest smash, “All The Way Up” is an ode to New York rap. Fat Joe still got hits!

Raekwon & Ghostface Killah (Before)

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These two came in with a bang under Wu-Tang when the group touched the scene in the 90s. Individually, they proved to be forces on their own. New York rap was thankful to have heavy hitters like Ghostface & Raekwon.