Still Not a Player

March 31, 2016
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Still Not a Player is a hip-hop song, written and performed by Puerto RicanAmerican rapper Big Pun (also known as Big Punisher), produced by Knobody and featuring singer Joe. It was featured on his 1998 debut album Capital Punishment.

The song is a remix of Big Pun’s previous single I’m Not a Player produced by Minnesota and contained an interpolation of Joe’s Don’t Wanna Be a Player. The song peaked at number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number 6 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, making it the most successful single released by Big Pun.[1] The song was also remixed by Incubus. It was ranked the 108th best song of 1980-2005 by Blender Magazine.[2] It samples A Little Bit of Love by Brenda Russell. In addition to samples, the song contains interpolations of Brazilian Rhyme (Beijo); towards the end of the song, the refrain Punisher…Punisher…Punisher, Big Punisher is sung to the tune and rhythm of the lead vocals from the track.

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