The Story Of How Tupac & Big Daddy Kane Recorded ”Too Late Playa”

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Big Daddy Kane: “The night I did a song with Tupac, it was cool. It’s real funny, because of the way it came about. We were actually in Las Vegas at a [Mike] Tyson fight. We were sittin’ around talkin’ about doing something together. Suge Knight was like, ‘Why don’t y’all stop talking about it and go ahead and do this shit, man. Y’all can fly back tonight, and be back here tomorrow.”

Tupac & Big Daddy Kane

The fight would end in a Tyson TKO victory. That prompted Kane and ‘Pac to get to work. “And we got on a plane, left Vegas, went back to L.A. to Death Row’s [Can-Am] Studios and me and ‘Pac recorded a song. Me, ‘Pac, and [MC] Hammer recorded a song. And then I wrote a song for Hammer that he recorded.”

Too Late Playa – Tupac’s Handwritten Lyrics

Tupac and Big Daddy Kane recorded also ”Wherever U Are” song same night. All songs are produced by legendary Johnny ”J”.

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