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    Back on This Day – Living Large October 27, 1987 DJ Jaz

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Shadē Business is the debut solo studio album by American rapper PMD. Released on September 27, 1994 via RCA Records. Production by DJ Scratch, Charlie Marotta, The 45 King, Jesse West and PMD himself. It features guest appearances from 3rd Eye, Top Quality, Zone 7 and Das EFX. The album peaked at number 65 on the Billboard 200.


I Saw It Cummin’” is the first single released from PMD’s debut album, Shade Business (August 15, 1994). It was produced by PMD and DJ Scratch and became PMD’s most successful single during his brief solo career, peaking at 89 on the Billboard Hot 100, his only solo single to do so. The song sampled the Ohio Players’ “Funky Worm”, Ice Cube’s “No Vaseline” and Snoop Doggy Dogg’s “What’s My Name” and was a diss song aimed at his former musical partner Erick Sermon. The duo disbanded EPMD the previous year due to tensions stemming from a late 1991 burglary of PMD’s home in which Sermon was allegedly involved.


Swing Your Own Thing is the second single released (December 12, 1994) from PMD’s debut album, Shade Business. It was not as successful as his previous single, only making it to 40 on the Billboard’s Hot Rap Singles.

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