Affected in his teen years by Prince Paul’s focus on De La Soul’s legendary album 3 Feet Great and Growing, N.Con.C. indigenous Charles Misodi Njapa became 88-Tips and managed to get his mission to become hip-hop manufacturer. First he became an intern and an engineer at Western world Hempstead’s famous documenting studio room The Music Palace, where he started networking and dealing with rappers like Huge Teacher, Nas, Q-Tip, and Pete Rock and roll. The best break emerged in 1998 when one of is own productions landed in the Mos Def and Talib Kweli record Black Star. Another season his remix of Macy Gray’s “Why DID YOU NOT Call Me” had taken things higher, and in 2001 a monitor on Beanie Sigel’s THE REASON WHY presented him to Jay-Z as well as the Roc-A-Fella family members. Work for famous brands Musiq (Soulchild) as well as the Pharcyde had taken the manufacturer to 2008 and his debut full-length, The Loss of life of Adam. Released with the Decon label, the record was executive made by Kanye Western world and featured visitor pictures from Bilal, Small Brother, Child Cudi, and Redman.