The Madd Rapper feat. Eminem, "Stir Crazy" (2000)
D-Dot Angelettie briefly spun his successful production career into a stint as a rapper – although his transition went very differently from his protégé Kanye West's. After appearing in skits on several Bad Boy releases as "the Madd Rapper," D-Dot made an entire album in his comical persona. The oft-delayed Tell Em Why U Madd wasn't much of a commercial success, but is best remembered for several co-productions by West and guest appearances by other rising superstars like Eminem and 50 Cent.