DJ Enuff – My Definition of Hip Hop Vol. 2 (1997) 50 Cent’s First Appearance

DJ Enuff was known for being Notorious BIG’s road DJ. He also had a show on KISS FM from 1993-1994. DJ Enuff was part of the Flip Squad All-Star DJs, comprised of eight of New York City’s most respected DJs — Funkmaster Flex, Biz Markie, Doo Wop, Big Kap, DJ Enuff, Mister Cee, Cipha Sounds and Mark Ronson.
DJ Enuff released two volumes of mix cds in 1997 titled “My Definition of Hip Hop”. People might not know these obscure releases as they were released only in France. The first volume was all French Hip Hop but the second volume was pure NY Hip Hop(except two freestyles in French). It features freestyles and mixes of tracks kind of like those Funk Flex mixtapes. It also features two of the rarest early 50 Cent recordings. There’s a 50 Cent freestyle and an exclusive bonus track at the end. The credits reads “50 Cent appears courtesy of JMJ”. I’ve never seen anyone online talk about this release or people mentioning these 50 Cent tracks…they’re not even on those bootleg compilations! I almost forgot, there’s also two freestyles from MC Supernatural!

— Thomas V

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