Deon ”Big D The Impossible” Evans

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Deon ”Big D The Impossible” Evans was known widely for his production work with Tupac Shakur in crafting such timeless 2Pac tracks as “If My Homie Calls“, “Brenda’s Got A Baby” (co-produced with Underground Railroad), “Changes,”, “N.I.G.G.A,” “Crooked Nigga Too,” “Ghetto Gospel,” “Don’t U Trust Me?,” “Resist the Temptation,” “Dopefiend’s Diner,” and “Papa’z Song,” among others (See the list below).

Deon Evans was part of the East Bay hip-hop fabric and working with other artists such as Berkeley rapper/producer Clever Jeff. He also contributed to Digital Underground and was a part of the extended family. DJ Fuze and Money B used to live a couple of blocks away and were always hanging out. His older brother James ran with the DU crew. The two appear in Digital Underground’s “DooWutchYaLike” video. Pac was a part of that musical family too, and it is in hip-hop history books that Deon Evans’ legacy will be mostly forever interlocked with Tupac’s name.

Deon ”Big D The Impossible” Evans

Big D with 2Pac / In the studio – Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z… session

The photo to the right is of Deon in the studio with 2Pac in 1992 while the recent photo below is culled from the late artist’s Twitter page that was updated as recently as two weeks ago. Condolences to Deon’s family and loved ones, including his surviving twin sister Dee Ann Evans.

Big D Evans also played an instrumental role in assisting Tupac’s mother and estate in releasing Tupac’s posthumous best-selling multi-platinum album: Tupac’s Greatest Hits which sold over 11 million copies worldwide, remaining the best-selling rap greatest hits album of all time. Evans also produced on both albums released by Tupac during his life, including 2Pacalypse Now and Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.

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List of all Tupac’s songs produced by Big D The Impossible

 Black Cotton
Break ‘Em Off Somethin’
Brenda’s Got A Baby
Crooked Nigga Too
Don’t You Trust Me
Dopefiend’s Diner
Fade Away (Unleaked)
Funky Freestyles
Ghetto Gospel
Hymn Of A 90’s N.I.G.G.A.
If My Homie Calls
Papa’z Song
Part Time Mutha
Point The Finga
Resist The Temptation
Revenge Of The Lunatic
Something 2 Die 4
Soulja’s Story
Souljah’s Revenge
Street Life (Unleaked)
Tearz of a Clown
What Goes On
When I Get Free
When I Get Free II
Young Black Male

Deon ”Big D The Impossible” Evans passed away on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 in Los Angeles at the age of 45. In recent years, Deon struggled to maintain his health after undergoing a kidney transplant in 2005.

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Rest In Peace, Mr. Evans!

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