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    Big Pun Accomplishments

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    genre. Rios was born in the Bronx, New York City by his two Puerto Rican parents. He grew up in the South Bronx within a pre-dominantly Puerto Rican community. However, he did not have the easiest childhood as his father died earlier in his life and he witnessed his mother's drug abuse. At the age of 15, he dropped out of high school and was kicked out of his house. During this time, Rios started developing an interest in rapping and break dancing. In 1989, Rios went under the name 'Big Moon Dog' and created a rap group called Full-A-Clips. Through his success with the group, he was able to meet another Puerto Rican artist from the Bronx named Fat Joe. There interaction turned into a strong friendship, allowing them to collaboration in each other's work. Rios made a commercial debut in Fat Joe's second album, Jealous One's Envy. Fat Joe noticed Rios' talent and he managed to persuade Loud Records in signing a contract with him. With this business, he received the name, Big Pun. In 1998, Big Pun released his first solo album, Capital Punishment. This album was well-received, selling over two million copies. It also made it on the Billboard 200 charts, reaching as high as #5 on the list. However, it was #1 on the 'Top R&B Albums' chart for two weeks. The album was so successful that was able to be nominated for 'Best Rap Album' at the 1999 Grammy Awards. One of his most successful hits was a 'club-ready remix' of one of his previous songs, "I'm Not a Player", called "Still…

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    Hip Hop Fashion Essay

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    You may have seen his recent cover for mixtape Jeffery (2016) swarming all over social media, with Young Thug posing in an Alessandro Trincone ruffled dress number. The Hip Hop world has been up and arm’s debating whether or not this is something to be accepted. Recently in a Complex Magazine video blog, the magazine did a survey on how they felt about Thug’s recent attire. One person, in particular, was not a fan of this little number – Rapper Fat Joe stated, “I know I would never wear a…

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    made up of finely divided solid particles. The same technology used in most common emulsions can also be seen in the dispersion of pigments for many paints and inks. These dispersions have been formulated to dry quickly and provide a waterproof film that is clear as so not to affect the color of the paint or ink. Emulsions provide a safer and easier way to do such things as writing and painting without all the harmful odors and the chance of flammability. Emulsions are also a big part of many…

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    Carbohydrates I know that “carbs” often get a bad rap. “Lower your carbs” so they say. This is partly true depending on the quality and amount of carbs your body absorb daily. Got carbs? I hope so because carbohydrates are useful in so many ways. Traditionally, carbohydrates are the body’s fuel but their functions are very diverse. They can also act as communication devices on the surface of cells, are involved in immune function, play a role in the determination of blood types and the…

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    Essay On Chlorella

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    If you have not heard much about the incredible food developed from the little green algae called Chlorella, then you are missing out on a great opportunity to add some serious nutrition to your diet. It is just beginning to find its niche in the popular nutritional supplements that are on the market. However, it has more nutrition than most other supplements and is totally organic. This little one-celled organism packs quite a punch because it has so many great nutrients such as many of the…

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    3 Week Diet Summary

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    endured the quick weight loss and meticulous schedule. The creator, Brian Flat has designed his amazing program, without any side effects or creating any health problems through his systematic workout plan and through following a healthy diet plan exactly. How did Brian Flat design the 3 Week Diet program? If you go through the 3 Week Diet review, you can perceive that the author in his weight loss program clings to the established calorie in and the calorie out theory of weight loss. He goes…

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    Benefits Of Avocado

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    improved digestion, and many others (Ware RDN LD, 2015). These health benefits can often be traced back to the organic compounds found within the fruit. There is a common misconception that avocados are not good in a healthy diet because of their high fat content. However, the fats contained…

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    1. Sunrise of Baton Rouge is located on 8502 Jefferson HWY, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70809. This facility is part of the Sunrise Senior Living Community and have multiple locations within Baton Rouge. The maximum occupancy is 70 individuals. 2. There are many services offered by the facility. Services include daily excursions to local mall, sporting events, theaters, and place of worships. There are different divisions within in the facility such as mental care, independent care, and assisted…

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    Explain the importance of hydrophobic interactions in tertiary structure # introduction : Proteins are organic compounds that made up of building blocks , called "amino acids." There are around 20 common types of amino acids. Nine of them are viewed as "essential " in the fact that the body can't make them, so they should be provided by eating healthy. A polypeptide chain is a chain of amino-linked together by peptide bonds. The foundation of the polypeptide is given by the repeated…

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    What is the ketogenic diet? Simply put, the ketogenic diet is any diet that "forces" the body into a state of ketosis, and in which the energy consumed fats instead of carbohydrates. Proper ketogenic diet requires the consumption of large quantities of fat, protein and a sufficient amount of very small quantities of carbohydrates. Our bodies are used to convert carbohydrates into glucose, which the body uses for energy. When sufficient restricting carbohydrate intake enter into a state of…

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