The legendary hypeman joined Vick Hope on the BBC podcast Songs to Live By.
Fatman Scoop has appeared on Songs to Live By, a podcast “celebrating different generations of Black culture through the shared love of music.” In the podcast, presenter Vick Hope is joined by two guests that grew up at different times, who both share two songs that shaped their lives. these songs and the conversations that follow offer “a journey into their lives, our history and some great music – new and old.”
Fatman Scoop, dubbed the “undisputed king of the club” by Mista Geo, is the instantly recognisable voice behind the global smash hit “Be Faithful”, a feel-good party anthem that launched him to the top of the charts at the turn of the millennium. Since then, Scoop has has held down a regular slot on America’s most popular hip-hop station, New York’s Hot 97 FM, recorded music for blockbuster films and commercials and worked with award-winning producers and artists such as Timbaland, BabyFace, Sean Paul and Busta Rhymes. Known internationally as the ultimate party hit-maker, Fatman Scoop is a musical icon.