Mixtape royalty P.F. Cuttin’ is largely known for his notorious run of tapes in the mid-to-late 90s, namely the now-infamous collectors items that were released on Tape Kingz. The Brooklyn DJ was even featured on the classic tape 5 Deadly Venoms Of Brooklyn featuring Tony Touch, DJ Premier, Mister Cee and Evil Dee.
Aside from these facts, P.F. Cuttin is also credited as a highly slept-on producer, having had his hands in the making of Blahzay Blahzay’s “Danger,” its sequel and the majority of the their debut album Blah Blah Blah, as well as joints for Thirstin Howl III (“The Polorican“) and Heltah Skeltah.
Stepping into the new millennium, the East New Yorker is now lending his talents as both producer and executive producer to Queens emcee Truth‘s album, From Ashes To Kingdom Come. After liberating the O.C.-featured “Genuine Article,” all three return for the official video.