Very much like his idol Marley Marl, Frankie Cutlass gathered MCs and vocalists beneath the umbrella of projects — which he spearheaded simply because producer and mixer — while still maintaining an advantage being a DJ simply by using consistently in clubs, both dance- and hip-hop-oriented. Originally from Puerto Rico, he transferred to Spanish Harlem in NY with his family members while still a kid, and begun to understand America’s lifestyle firsthand through the impact of hip-hop. His sibling, a member from the Zulu Country, trained him to DJ, and Cutlass 1st strike the decks in the ’80s at age 12. He became a member of his own team later on, dealing with DJ Funkmaster Flex’s Turn Squad. By the first ’90s he previously moved into creation as well, dealing with TKA, K7, as well as the Cover Ladies. The documenting sphere beckoned, and by 1994 he previously produced his 1st record, “Puerto Rico Ho.” It as well as the later on single, “Boriquas within the Arranged,” became underground strikes, spurring Frankie Cutlass to indication with Relativity Information. His first recording using the label, 1997’s Politics & Bullshit, demonstrated his excitement for the old-school rap he previously developed with. The album’s solitary, “The Cypher, Pt. 3,” reunited many veterans of Marley Marl productions, including Biz Markie, Roxanne Shanté, Big Daddy Kane, and Craig G. Also financing their talents had been Mobb Deep, Redman, Technique Guy, and Smif-n-Wessun.