According to tale, MC Shan (b. Shawn Moltke) got his big break in 1983 once the potential boss of Cool Chillin’ Records captured Shan endeavoring to steal his car. Even though undeniable fact that old-school super-producer Marley Marl was Shan’s cousin most likely didn’t harm either, Shan got advantage of the chance to become person in Marl’s Juice Staff All-Stars. After many singles (like the old-school traditional “The Bridge”), his 1987 record debut Down FOR LEGAL REASONS set up a b-boy persona over paths made by his cousin. Exactly the same kept for the 1988 follow-up, Delivered to Be Crazy; on 1990’s Play It Once again, Shan, he chosen a far more mature view and a fresh producer, nonetheless it became his final work. Though he shifted into production function, he produced a come back on “Da Bridge 2001,” from Queensbridge’s Finest, a 2000 LP released by Nas.