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{{Infobox|Box title = ''Represent''|image = File:Fat Joe Represent.jpg|caption = Studio album by [[Fat Joe]]|Row 1 title = Released|Row 1 info = July 27, 1993|Row 2 title = Recorded|Row 2 info = September 1992 - March 1993|Row 3 title = Studio|Row 3 info = Jazzy Jay's Recording Studio <br> (New York City)|Row 4 title = Genre|Row 4 info = [[East Coast hip hop]], [[Hardcore hip hop]]|Row 5 title = Length|Row 5 info = 49:34|Row 6 title = Label(s)|Row 6 info = [[Relativity]], [[Violator]]|Row 7 title = Producer(s)|Row 7 info = [[The Beatnuts]], Chilly Dee, [[Diamond D]], [[Fat Joe]] (exec.), [[Chris Lighty]] (exec.), [[Lord Finesse]], [[Showbiz]]}}
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{{Infobox|Box title = ''Represent''|image = File:Fat Joe Represent.jpg|caption = Studio album by [[Fat Joe|Fat Joe da Gangsta]]|Row 1 title = Released|Row 1 info = July 27, 1993|Row 2 title = Recorded|Row 2 info = 1992-1993|Row 3 title = Genre(s)|Row 3 info = [[East Coast hip hop]], [[Hardcore hip hop]]|Row 4 title = Length|Row 4 info = 49:34|Row 5 title = Label(s)|Row 5 info = Relativity, Violator|Row 6 title = Producer(s)|Row 6 info = [[The Beatnuts]], Chilly Dee, [[Diamond D]], [[Fat Joe]] (exec.), [[Chris Lighty]] (exec.), [[Lord Finesse]], [[Showbiz]]}}
 
{{Infobox|Box title = [[Fat Joe]] chronology|Row 1 title = Next|Row 1 info = ''[[Jealous One's Envy]]'' (1995)}}
 
{{Infobox|Box title = [[Fat Joe]] chronology|Row 1 title = Next|Row 1 info = ''[[Jealous One's Envy]]'' (1995)}}
   
'''''Represent''''' is the debut studio album by American rapper [[Fat Joe]] (then known as Fat Joe da Gangsta), released in July 27, 1993 on Relativity and Violator Records. The album was produced primarily by [[Diamond D]], with additional contributions by fellow [[D.I.T.C.]] members [[Lord Finesse]] and [[Showbiz]], labelmates [[The Beatnuts]] and [[Chilly Dee]].
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'''''Represent''''' is the debut studio album by American rapper [[Fat Joe]] (then known as Fat Joe da Gangsta), released in 1994 on Relativity and Violator Records. The album was produced primarily by [[Diamond D]], with additional contributions by fellow [[D.I.T.C.]] members [[Lord Finesse]] and [[Showbiz]], labelmates [[The Beatnuts]] and [[Chilly Dee]].
   
 
The album's lead single, "[[Flow Joe]]", reached #1 on the US ''Billboard'' Hot Rap Singles chart and #82 on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100 in late 1993. The album's other singles were "Watch the Sound" featuring [[Diamond D]] and [[Grand Puba]], and "The Shit Is Real". The latter release featured a remix by [[DJ Premier]], which would appear on Fat Joe's second album ''[[Jealous One's Envy]]''.
 
The album's lead single, "[[Flow Joe]]", reached #1 on the US ''Billboard'' Hot Rap Singles chart and #82 on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100 in late 1993. The album's other singles were "Watch the Sound" featuring [[Diamond D]] and [[Grand Puba]], and "The Shit Is Real". The latter release featured a remix by [[DJ Premier]], which would appear on Fat Joe's second album ''[[Jealous One's Envy]]''.
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|"Another Wild Nigger from the Bronx"
 
|[[Fat Joe]], Gismo, Kieth Kieth, [[King Sun]]
 
|[[Fat Joe]], Gismo, Kieth Kieth, [[King Sun]]
 
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== Samples ==
 
'''Livin' Fat'''
 
* "Valley of the Shadows" by Bob James
 
* "Hey Jude" by O.C. Smith
 
'''Bad Bad Man'''
 
* "Let Your Hair Down" by Yvonne Fair
 
* "Scenario (Remix)" by [[A Tribe Called Quest]]
 
'''Watch The Sound'''
 
* "Lover and a Friend" by Eddie Bo and Inez Cheatham
 
* "Ring the Alarm" by Tenor Saw
 
'''Flow Joe'''
 
* "Get Out of My Life, Woman" by Lee Dorsey
 
* "The Long Wait" by Morton Stevens
 
'''Da Fat Gangsta'''
 
* "Pride and Vanity" by Ohio Players
 
* "A View from the Underground" by [[Diamond D]]
 
'''Shorty Got a Fat Ass'''
 
* "Overnight Sensation" by Avalanche
 
* "Please Sunrise, Please" by Young-Holt Unlimited
 
'''The Shit Is Real'''
 
* "Get Out of My Life, Woman" by The Mad Lads
 
* "Get Out of My Life Woman" by Grassella Oliphant
 
* "Fakin' the Funk" by [[Main Source]]
 
'''You Must Be Out of Your Fuckin' Mind'''
 
* "Outside Love" by Brethren
 
* "Calypso Frelimo" by Miles Davis
 
'''I Got This In a Smash'''
 
* "The Rainmaker" by The 5th Dimension
 
* "Los Indios" by Mongo Santamaria
 
* "Tranquility" by Sam Rivers
 
'''Another Wild N*!#% from the Bronx'''
 
* "Blacks and Blues" by Bobbi Humphrey
 
* "Hand on the Pump" by [[Cypress Hill]]
 
'''Get on Up'''
 
* "Spinning Wheel" by Lonnie Smith
 
* "Keep on Movin' On" by J.J. Johnson
 
 
[[Category:1993 albums]]
 
[[Category:1993 albums]]
 
[[Category:1993 debut albums]]
 
[[Category:1993 debut albums]]
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[[Category:Albums produced by Diamond D]]
 
[[Category:Albums produced by Diamond D]]
 
[[Category:Albums produced by The Beatnuts]]
 
[[Category:Albums produced by The Beatnuts]]
[[Category:Relativity Records albums]]
 
[[Category:Rappers from the Bronx]]
 
[[Category:Diggin' in the Crates Crew members]]
 
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