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Members
Current:
Fat Joe (A.K.A. Fat Joe Da Gangsta & Joey Crack) (Born Joe Cartagena, August 19, 1972 in The Bronx, NY)
DJ Khaled (A.K.A. Beat Novacaine) (Born Khaled Khaled, November 26, 1975 in New Orleans, LA)
K.A.R. (Acronym: Kill All Rats)
Cool & Dre:
~Cool (Born Marcello Valenzano in Miami, FL)
~Dre(Born Andre Christopher Lyon in New York City, NY)

Former:
Big Pun (A.K.A. Big Moon Dog) (Born Christopher Rios, November 10, 1971 in The Bronx, NY - Died February 7, 2000 in White Plains, NY (heart attack))
Armageddon (Born John Eaddy in The Bronx, NY)
Cuban Link (A.K.A. Lyrical Assassin) (Born Felix Delgado, 1974 in Havana, Cuba)
Prospect
Triple Seis (Born Sammy Garcia)
Tony Sunshine (Born Antonio Cruz, April 23, 1977 in The Bronx, NY)
Remy Ma (A.K.A. Remy Martin) (Born Reminisce Smith, May 30, 1981 in Castle Hill, Bronx, NY)
O.Z.
H-Mob
The Leader

Full-A-Clips Crew:
Big Pun (A.K.A. Big Moon Dog) (Born Christopher Rios, November 10, 1971 in The Bronx, NY - Died February 7, 2000 in White Plains, NY (heart attack))
Cuban Link (A.K.A. Lyrical Assassin) (Born Felix Delgado, 1974 in Havana, Cuba)
Prospect
Triple Seis (Born Sammy Garcia)

Bang Bang Boogie:
Hocus
S-One
Lord Tariq (Born Sean Hamilton)
Mysonne (Born Mysonne E. Linen in The Bronx, NY)
Cuban Link (A.K.A. Lyrical Assassin) (Born Felix Delgado, 1974 in Havana, Cuba)

See Also: Big Punisher, D.I.T.C., Ace Hood, Papoose & Bang Bang Boogie

Terror Squad

Albums
Terror Squad - The Album
Terror Squad - True Story
Big Punisher - Capital Punishment
Big Pun - Yeeeah Baby
Big Pun - Endangered Species
Big Pun - The Legacy: The Best Of Big Pun
Cuban Link - 24K
Cuban Link - Chain Reaction
DJ Khaled - Listennn: The Album
DJ Khaled - We The Best
DJ Khaled - Victory
DJ Khaled - We The Best Forever
D.I.T.C.
Fat Joe - Don Cartagena
Fat Joe - J.O.S.E. (Jealous Ones Still Envy)
Fat Joe - Loyalty
Fat Joe - Jealous One's Still Envy (J.O.S.E. 2)
Remy Ma - BlasRemy
Triple Seis - Time'll Tell

Mixtapes
Bang Bang Boogie - The Machine Vol. 1: The Forgotten Boro
Big Pun - Language Is Fatal
Cuban Link - Broken Chains
Cuban Link - Broken Chains 2: Chainsaw Massacre
Cuban Link - Man On Fire Mixtape
D.I.T.C. - Rare & Unreleased
D.I.T.C. - Rare & Unreleased E.P.

Singles
Terror Squad - Lean Back (Single)
Big Punisher - Twinz (Deep Cover '98) (Single)
Big Pun - 100% / It's So Hard (Single)
Cuban Link - My Lady (Single)
DJ Khaled - All I Do Is Win (Remix) (Single)
DJ Khaled - I'm On One (Single)

DVDs
Big Pun - Still Not A Player (DVD)

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W X Y

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Ace Hood - Gutta (Dre)
Akon - In My Ghetto (Fat Joe)
America Is Dying Slowly (Fat Joe)
AZ - Final Call (Tony Sunshine)
Bait (Cuban Link & Fat Joe)

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The Beatnuts - A Musical Massacre (Triple Seis & Cuban Link)
The Beatnuts - Milk Me (Triple Seis)
Best Of Rap City
Big L - The Big Picture (Fat Joe)
Blazin' (Cuban Link & Big Pun)
Blu Cantrell - Bittersweet (Fat Joe)
Bosko - Production Reel (Greatest Hits) (Fat Joe)
Busta Rhymes - Respect The Conglomerate (Fat Joe & DJ Khaled)

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Capone-N-Noreaga - The Best Of Capone-N-Noreaga: Thugged Da Fuck Out (Fat Joe & Big Pun)
Chino XL - Warning (Dre)
CJ Mac - Platinum Game (Fat Joe)
Bootsy Collins - Play With Bootsy (Fat Joe)
Common - Uncommon Classics (Fat Joe)
Cradle 2 The Grave (Fat Joe)
Frankie Cutlass - Politics & Bullshit (Fat Joe)

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The D&D Project (Fat Joe)
Damizza Presents Baby Ree Mixtape Vol. III (Fat Joe)
Disses & Hot Shit Cornerstore Mixtape Vol. 3 (Fat Joe, Armageddon & Tony Sunshine)
DJ Envy & Red Café - Co-Op (Remy Martin)
DJ Green Lantern - Invasion Part II: Conspiracy Theory (Fat Joe)
DJ Green Lantern - Invasion Part Three: Countdown To Armageddon (Fat Joe)
DJ Kayslay - The Streetsweeper Vol. 1 (Fat Joe & Remy Martin)
DJ Kayslay - More Than Just A DJ (Remy Ma)
DJ Smallz - The Best Thing Smokin' 8...Trick Or Treat Edition (DJ Khaled & Fat Joe)
DJ Smallz - Best Thing Smokin' 15 (DJ Khaled)
DJ Smallz & T-Pain - Dirty RNB 11: Are You Sprung? (Fat Joe & Remy Ma)
DJ Smallz - Smokin' R&B Pt. 15: Burberry Edition (Dre)
Drake - Seasonal Intuition (DJ Khaled)

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E-40 T.K.A Charlie Hu$tle - The Blueprint Of A $elf-Made Millionare (Fat Joe)
Essential Underground Hip-Hop 3 (Fat Joe)

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F.T. (Fuc-That) - The Brooklyn Beast (Fat Joe)
The Fast And The Furious (Fat Joe & Armageddon)
Flesh-N-Bone - T.H.U.G.S. (Trues Humbly United Gatherin' Souls) (Fat Joe & Big Pun)
FunkMaster Flex Presents The Mix Tape Volume 1: 60 Minutes Of Funk (Fat Joe & Big Pun)

G
G.O.O.D. Music: Cruel Summer (DJ Khaled)
The Game - Cut A Check Or Suck A Dick (Fat Joe)
The Game - Compton King (Cuban Link)
Game - Purp & Patrón (Dre)
Game - Purp & Patrón: The Hangover (Fat Joe)
Gang Starr - The Ownerz (Fat Joe)
Good Talk Vol. 2 (Hosted By DJ Khaled & Sean Kingston) (DJ Khaled)

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Aaron Hall - Inside Of You

I
Inside Hip Hop (DVD) (Fat Joe)

J
JOE - Ain't Nothin' Like Me (Dre)
Jon B - Pleasures U Like (Cuban Link)
Donell Jones - Where I Wanna Be (Fat Joe & Cuban Link)
Donell Jones - Eight Unreleased Jams EP (Fat Joe & Cuban Link)
Donell Jones - Welcome To Azzville (Fat Joe)

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R. Kelly - Chocolate Factory (Fat Joe)
R. Kelly Presents The Pied Piper (Fat Joe)
Killer Mike - Underground Atlanta (Dre)
Krayzie Bone - Thug Mentality 1999

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Lake - Lake's Home: Death Row's Back!!! (Fat Joe)
Lil' Eazy-E - Prince Of The West Coast (Dre)
Lil' Wayne - Rebirth (Deluxe Edition) (Dre)
LL Cool J - Mr. Smith (Fat Joe)
LL Cool J - Exit 13 (Fat Joe)
LL Cool J - All World 2 (Fat Joe)
Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz - Make It Reign (Fat Joe & Big Pun)
Luke's Freak Fest 2000 (Big Pun, Cuban Link & Armageddon)
Luniz - Silver & Black (Fat Joe)

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Mack 10 - The Recipe (Fat Joe & Big Pun)
Made Men - Black Friday (Cuban Link & Triple Seis)
Angie Martinez - Up Close And Personal (Big Pun, Cuban Link, Tony Sunshine & Fat Joe)
Angie Martinez - Animal House (Tony Sunshine & Fat Joe)
Masspike Miles - The Pursuit Of Happiness (DJ Khaled)
Method Man - Blunt Force Vol. 1 (Fat Joe)
Method Man - 4:21...The Day After (Fat Joe)
Million Family March (Fat Joe)
NIcki Minaj - Trickin' Or What? (Fat Joe & DJ Khaled)
Nicki Minaj - It's Barbie, Bitches (Fat Joe & DJ Khaled)

N
Naughty By Nature - Ninteen Naughty Nine: Nature's Fury (Big Pun & Tony Sunshine)
Ne-Yo - So Sick Of Ghostwriting (Remy Ma)
N.O.R.E. - God's Favorite (Fat Joe)
N.O.R.E. - S.O.R.E. (Tony Sunshine)
The Notorious B.I.G. - Duets: The Final Chapter (Fat Joe & Big Pun)
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton 10th Anniversary

O
Joell Ortiz - Free Agent (Fat Joe)
Outlawz - Mix Collaboration CD Vol 1 (Cuban Link)

P
Pandemonium (Fat Joe & Armageddon)
Papoose - A Bootlegger's Nightmare (Remy Martin)
Papoose - The Boyz In The Hood (Remy Martin)
Papoose - The 1.5 Million Dollar Man (Remy Ma)
Papoose - Second Place Is The First Loser (Remy Ma & Tony Sunshine)

Q
Queen Latifah - Persona (Dre)

R
Raekwon - The Lex Diamond Story (Fat Joe)
Raekwon - The BabyGrande Recordings (Remy Ma)
Rap Or Die Vol. 5 (Fat Joe)
Tha Realest - Witness Tha Realest (Fat Joe)
The Régime - All Out War Volume II (Fat Joe)
Rush Hour

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Sheek Louch - Silverback Gorilla (Fat Joe)
Trey Songz – Already Taken (Fat Joe)
Fredro Starr - Firestarr (Cuban Link)
Statik Selektah - Spell My Name Right (The Album) (DJ Khaled)
Swizz Beatz Presents G.H.E.T.T.O. Stories (Fat Joe)

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T-Pain - Thr33 Ringz (DJ Khaled)
Termanology - Hood Politics II (Prospect)
Termanology - Hood Politics IV: Show And Prove (Prospect & Tony Sunshine)
Thicker Than Water
This That Gangsta Thug Shit (Fat Joe & Remy Martin)
Thug Radio Mixtape 15: Hard As Steel (Dre)

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Violator The Album (Fat Joe & Triple Seis)
Violator - V3: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Promo (Tony Sunshine & Fat Joe)

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Wu - Tang Killa Bees - The Sting (Fat Joe)
Wu-Tang Clan Vs. The Beatles: Enter The Magical Mystery Chamber (Fat Joe)

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X-Ecutioners - Revolutions (Fat Joe)

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Young Jeezy - Executive Orders (DJ Khaled)

Bio From AllMusic.Com
Far from prolific, Terror Squad nonetheless became notable amidst the late-'90s/early-2000s East Coast rap scene, mainly for boasting both Big Punisher and Fat Joe among the group's membership. The two sizable Latino rappers from the Bronx were already superstars when they came together as Terror Squad in 1998, around the time such posse efforts became fashionable in the wake of the Wu-Tang Clan's breakthrough. In particular, Big Pun had recently scored a huge hit with "Still Not a Player," while Fat Joe had been recording major-label gangsta rap albums since 1993. These two big rappers were the name-brand attraction to Terror Squad, which also included fellow Bronx rappers Cuban Link, Armageddon, Prospect, and Triple Seis, along with singer Tony Sunshine. Fat Joe debuted the group on his Don Cartagena album (1998), featuring certain members separately and bringing together everyone for "The Hidden Hand." A year later came the debut, self-titled Terror Squad album. Atlantic released it in September, but it didn't spawn any substantial hits.

Terror Squad then experienced a huge setback with the sudden passing away of Big Pun in February 2000. This essentially brought the group to an end, and while everyone else fell into obscurity, Fat Joe focused on his increasingly successful solo career. He scored quite a few commercial hits during the early 2000s as he toned down his gangsta image and began collaborating with the radio-friendly likes of Ashanti ("What's Luv?"), R. Kelly ("We Thuggin'"), and Ginuwine ("Crush Tonight"). During that same period, he did feature his Terror Squad colleagues on his albums, if not on his hits. The group's membership had been shuffled by this point, with the core now comprised of Armageddon, Tony Sunshine, Prospect, and newcomer Remy, a feisty female MC who seemed to get special emphasis. Finally, the group recorded another album, True Story, released by Universal in July 2004, a long five years since Terror Squad's debut release. The album's lead single, "Lean Back," became a quick hit, breaking the Top Five of Billboard's Hot 100 before True Story even streeted. Featuring a trademark production by sure-fire hitmaker Scott Storch, the club track spread through urban America like wildfire, its antidance dance step capitalizing well on the clubby trends of the time: its hook — "my niggas don't dance, we just pull up our pants/do the Rockaway/now lean back, lean back, lean back, lean back" — was illustrated well in the song's fun, heavily rotated video. The song put Fat Joe back in the spotlight (his previous album, Loyalty [2002], had been a disappointment by all measures), and it primed Remy for a solo jaunt of her own. The group featured their frequent producer on 2006's Terror Squad Presents DJ Khaled: Listennn. - Jason Birchmeier

Full-A-Clips Crew's Bio From Wikipedia
Sometime during the '80s, Big Pun who was going by the name Big Moon Dawg and Triple Seis, began to write rap lyrics, forming Full a Clips Crew, later with Prospect and Cuban Link who was at the time named "Lyrical Assassin" became well know underground hip hop crew in South Bronx. Rios (Big Pun) met, fellow Puerto Rican and Bronx rapper, Fat Joe in 1995 and made his commercial debut on Joe's second album, Jealous One's Envy (J.O.E.), in addition to appearing on a b-side to Joe's "Envy" single, "Fire Water." "I'm Not a Player" (featuring an O'Jays sample) was supported by a significant advertising campaign and became an underground hit. The song's remix, "Still Not a Player" (featuring Joe), became Big Pun's first major mainstream hit. That same year Full-A-Clips became part of Terror Squad ,Triple Seis left the group after Big Pun's death in 2000, as for CLK "Flowers For The Dead", Cubans premier solo single and tribute to his immense partner, couldn't begin to relate the loss. Without Pun to mediate, Cuban began butting heads with Joe over managerial decisions and his Atlantic Records debut, 24K, was shelved, pushing Cuban to drop from T.S.

Cuban Link's Bio From Wikipedia
Felix Delgado (born 1974,in Havana, Cuba), known by stage name Cuban Link, is a rapper best known for his former membership in the group Terror Squad, his friendship with Latin rapper Big Pun, and his problems with rapper Fat Joe. Son of Aleisis Avila, he grew up his with younger brother Adrian Avila, & older sister Adianes. Felix moved to New York in search of a better future, leaving his brother, & the rest of his familly behind.

In 1980 Felix's father emigrated from Cuba to the United States, eventually settling in the New York City borough of the Bronx. Despite a language barrier, Delgado adapted quickly to his surroundings. He spent only one year in bilingual classes, he quickly learned English, and was immediately influenced by early hip-hop culture. Delgado began writing lyrics at the age of 15 and became friends with fellow Latin rappers Triple Seis and Big Punisher. Soon after meeting Triple Seis and Big Punisher, his future partners in rhyme, everything snapped into place. "We clicked like brothers," Delgado remembers fondly. Like blood relatives, they had each others backs as they tried to storm the rap game Full a Clips Crew . When he hooked up with the Terror Squad under Fat Joe, a neighborhood acquaintance everyone hoped could launch them, Pun looked out for Cuban Link and Seis. Pun could appreciate Joe for bringing him along as his hypeman, but I appreciate Pun for bringing me along," says Cuban. "Pun used to do shows with Joe for $50, then turn around and give me $20." More importantly, he refocused Cuban when hed lost interest in rhymes following his stabbing and hospitalization in 1994.

Together they made waves in the hip-hop community, meriting respect from lyrical heavyweights like Nas, who quoted their lyrics back to them when they first met. First heard alongside Pun on the Beatnuts smash "Off the Books" in 1997, Cuban subsequently cultivated buzz with memorable appearances on Pun's platinum Capital Punishment ("Glamour Life"), Fat Joe's Don Cartagena ("Bet Ya Man Cant (Triz)") and the eponymous Terror Squad LP ("Tell Me What You Want").

Cuban Link is said to be currently working in production with the sequel to Scarface. This new movie will be entitled Scarface: Son Of Tony.

Fat Joe's Bio From AllMusic.Com
Latino rapper Fat Joe (aka Fat Joe Da Gangsta and Joey Crack, real name- Joe Cartagena) was raised in the South Bronx area of New York. It was through an older brother that Cartagena learned the ways of the street, as well as discovering rap music, via the sounds of such groundbreaking artists as Theodore, Funky 4 + 1, and the Furious Five. Eventually going by the name of Fat Joe, the rapper secured a recording contract with the Relativity label in the early 90's, resulting in the release of his full-length debut, 'Represent,' in 1993 (which spawned the single "Flow Joe,' peaking at the #1 spot on Billboard's Hot Rap Singles chart). 2 years later, Fat Joe issued his sophomore effort, 'Jealous One's Envy,' which included a cameo appearance by KRS-ONE, as well as production contributions by the likes of DJ Premier, LES, and Domingo. Around the same time, Fat Joe appeared on L.L. Cool J's big hit "I Shot Ya" (along with Foxy Brown and Keith Murray) and collaborated with the Wu Tang Clan's Raekwon on a track from the "Envy" single, called "Firewater." By the late 90's, Fat Joe had switched record labels (signing on with Atlantic), and tried his hand at other non-musical career ventures - opening a clothing store called 'Fat Joe's Halftime,' a barber shop, and a fashion line, FJ560, in addition to signing a production and distribution deal with Atlantic Records - Mystic Entertainment (which he runs along with a partner named Big Greg). 1998 saw the release of Fat Joe's debut for Atlantic, 'Don Cartagena,' which featured cameo appearances by the likes of Puff Daddy, Nas, Raekwon, Big Pun, and Jadakiss (The Lox), following it up in 2001 with 'J.O.S.E. (Jealous Ones Still Envy),' which included contributions from Ludacris, Petey Pablo, M.O.P., R. Kelly, and Remy. Loyalty followed in 2002, and All or Nothing arrived three years after that. The raw Me, Myself and I from 2006 found the rapper on his own Terror Squad imprint, which was distributed by EMI. His second album for the label, The Elephant in the Room, appeared in 2008. — Greg Prato

DJ Khaled's Bio From AllMusic.Com
The Miami-based DJ/producer DJ Khaled — a Palestinian-American born Khaled Khaled — is a member of Fat Joe's Terror Squad and released Listennn: The Album on Koch in June 2006. He utilized his connections to snare the likes of Beanie Sigel, Kanye West, Lil' Wayne, Paul Wall, Young Jeezy, Slim Thug, Trick Daddy, and Clipse for guest appearances. Many were back for his 2007 effort We The Best. - Andy Kellman

Remy Ma's Bio From Wikipedia
Reminisce Smith (born May 30, 1981), better known by her stage name Remy Ma, formerly known as Remy Martin, is an American rapper and former member of Fat Joe's rap crew, Terror Squad. Ma was featured on the group's hit song "Lean Back" from their second album True Story and in the remix of M.O.P.'s "Ante Up." Her debut solo album, There's Something about Remy: Based on a True Story, was released on February 7, 2006. She is one of three female rappers to ever have a number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, with Terror Squad's number one single "Lean Back."

Terror Squad:
After the death of Big Pun, rapper Fat Joe signed Ma to his new record label, SRC under Universal and made her a member of Terror Squad. Following the success of "Lean Back," which garnered Ma a Grammy nomination, her debut solo album, There's Something About Remy: Based On A True Story, went on to sell 150,000 units in its first year of release. With the solo albums lackluster debut, Ma decided to part from longtime affiliates of Fat Joe and the Terror Squad, breaking her deal with SRC/Universal in the process.

Solo Career:
Ma has released a handful of singles from her first album There's Something about Remy: Based On A True Story: "Whuteva," "Conceited," and "Feels So Good." "Conceited" was the most successful, however the album was a large commercial failure selling only 90,000 units in its opening week and 158,000 units within the first year. The album received 3.5 mic's from The Source magazine.

Ma's second album was preceded by the mixtape Shesus Khryst, the album cover depicting Remy Ma on a cross. The first single is "Weatherman" which originally debuted on her personal website for purchasing and viewing only. The follow up single to "Weatherman" is title track, "Shesus Khryst."

2007 Shooting Incident:
On July 14, 2007, Ma turned herself in to New York City police in relation to a shooting early that morning outside a Manhattan nightclub. Police say she was with a group of people outside the Pizza Bar, a Manhattan nightspot, when a fight broke out at 4 a.m. A gunshot to the torso wounded Makeda Barnes-Joseph, who was at that time Ma's best friend and was sitting in her car at the time. Witnesses indicated Ma was enraged over $3000 USD that was missing from her purse and believed Barnes-Joseph to be involved with the theft, due to Barnes-Joseph being the last to have Ma's purse. Police sources indicate that Barnes-Joseph identified Ma as the shooter. Security tapes from inside the club showed the rapper with her friends, but had no footage of the altercation. Police asked Ma to come in for questioning after they discovered the abandoned Blue Cadillac Escalade, which had collided with a parked car a few blocks from the scene of the shooting. Barnes-Joseph was reported to be in the hospital in stable condition. Ma pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder, assault, and criminal weapon possession.

In December, a judge refused to dismiss witness-tampering charges over an incident where one of the boyfriends of a witness was assaulted and Ma is suspected of organizing the event.

On March 27, 2008, Ma was convicted of assault, illegal weapon possession and attempted coercion in connection with these charges. She was immediately taken into custody pending sentencing scheduled for April 23rd. She was acquitted of witness tampering and gang assault, charges which involved the purported intimidation of the boyfriend of a witness. Ma faces up to 25 years in prison.

Tony Sunshine's Bio From Wikipedia
It all started for the Bronx-bred, Puerto Rican when he was the tender age of 5. That's when Antonio Cruz started to express himself by singing but it wasn't salsa music that inspired young Antonio, in fact his house wasn't filled with Latin music at all. It was always Soul and R&B that was playing in background of little Antonio's life. By the time he was 12, Tony knew he wanted to pursue a career in show business, especially after he witnessed Fat Joe ascend from being just a thug in their BX neighborhood to blossoming as a superstar.

When Tony was about 13 he saw Fat Joe with Digging in the Crates at ‘Showtime at the Apollo' " I stepped to him and was like, 'Yo, listen, I sing.' " Fat Joe & Big Pun saw his potential and took Tony under their wing, letting him tag along to shows and trying to secure a recording contract for the teen.

R&B was born. This was Tony's stage name, it stood for Rough Brother but back then Fat Joe was known, as Joey Crack and his name didn't hold the weight it does today. Labels passed on his young protégé.

It wouldn't be until years later that Tony would graduate from tag-along status to full-fledged Terror Squad compatriot.

"I was away from the neighborhood for a while, trying to get myself together," Tony said. "I met up with Pun years later and he already had a couple of videos out. He was so happy to see me, he was like, 'Wow, where you been?' Next thing you know I was on four songs on Pun's [second] album. I went to the studio, started hanging out, and we started coming up with ideas together."

It was his idea for Tony's Artist name to be Sunshine and so R&B became Tony Sunshine and a solid member of the Terror Squad.

The tragedy that was the death of Big Pun from a heart attack in 2000 left Tony floored and for a while the ‘Happy Papi' was unhappy as he mourned and remembered his good friend Christopher Rios a.k.a. Big Pun a.k.a. Big Moon Dawg. "He always pushed me. It was like he knew his time was coming," recalled Tony, who starred in the video for "100%" after Pun's fatal heart attack. "He was saying little subliminal things to me like 'Always keep going' and if something happens to him, to listen to Joe.

Tony was able to rise above the tragedy and along with Fat Joe began recording some of their strongest material. Hits included a mixture of ballads and club stompers with producers Cool and Dre. He also collaborated with R. Kelly, Ginuwine, Fabolous and Capone-N-Noreaga.

Armageddon's Bio From Wikipedia
Armageddon (born John Eaddy) is a rapper from The Bronx and was a member of The Terror Squad. He is African-American along with partial Dominican heritage though he said he is often mistaken of being full Hispanic. He has appeared on numerous albums from Fat Joe and on Big Pun's Capital Punishment and Endangered Species, as well as both Terror Squad albums. He's also credited with co-writing tracks featured in hit films such as, The Fast And The Furious and Rush Hour. Armageddon even helped produce music for the WCW Wrestling Organization. One of Geddys biggest accomplishments to date is Fat Joe's 2001 platinum album Jealous Ones Still Envy, which he Executive Produced. Often referred to as "Geddy" by his fans.

In 2006 Geddy left The Terror Squad, to record his debut solo album entitled The Journal which will feature the single "New York Is Red Hot" (Feat Melle Mel), which will be out in 2008.

In a interview with hip hop website, HipHopGame.com he revealed that he is on good terms with both past and present Terror Squad members.

Prospect's Bio From Wikipedia
Prospect is a Puerto Rican Rapper from The Bronx and former member of the Terror Squad. He has been on albums from both Big Pun and Fat Joe as well as both Terror Squad albums. He was part of Full-A-Clips Crew.

Triple Seis' Bio From Wikipedia
Triple Seis, born Sammy Garcia, is a rapper of Dominican descent from The Bronx, New York, who is a former member of the Hip Hop group the Terror Squad. Prior to his involvement in Terror Squad, Garcia was a member of the Full a Clips Crew rap crew along with artists Big Pun and Cuban Link.

Triple Seis left the group after Big Pun's death in 2000. Four years later Triple Seis released his debut solo debut album Time'll Tell through Madd Records on July 20, 2004.

Cool & Dre's Bio From AllMusic.Com
Cool & Dre bubbled under the surface of the rap industry for a while, producing stray tracks here and there before breaking big in 2005 with a run of hit records including the Game's "Love It or Hate It," Ja Rule's "New York, New York," and Fat Joe's "So Much More." The Miami-based duo earned recognition for its steady affiliation with Fat Joe in particular, for whom the guys produced a number of tracks before scoring any major hits. Those productions caught the ear of industry insiders, and soon the two were fielding production requests from some of the industry's most recognized rappers, especially once "Hate It or Love It" became one of 2005's defining songs. Needless to say, the phone was ringing and the press was quick to crown Cool & Dre as the next Neptunes. - Jason Birchmeier

Official Sites: MySpace, Fat Joe, Fat Joe's MySpace, Fat Joe's Facebook, Big Pun's MySpace, Big Pun Forever (Tribute Site), Cuban Link's MySpace, Cuban Link's Facebook, Cuban Link's Fuckin' Twitter, Cuban Link's Facebook, Prospect's MySpace,Tony Sunshine, Tony Sunshine's MySpace, Tony Sunshine's Fuckin' Twitter, Armageddon, Armageddon's Myspace, Triple Seis' Myspace, DJ Khaled's MySpace, Cool & Dre & Cool & Dre's MySpace

Original Terror Squad: Fat Joe, Big Pun, Prospect, Triple Seis, Armageddon & Cuban Link

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