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Chunky A

About Chunky A

Remembered mostly for his late night talk show and films roles alongside Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall also put out a little-heard rap record under the alter-ego Chunky A. Similar to a one-man version of the Fat Boys (without the beatboxing, mic skills, and major singles), the Chunky one released Large And In Charge in 1989. The release featured tunes like "Stank Breath," "I Command You To Dance," and the public service announcement-esque "Dope, The Big Lie." Now a footnote in his onetime mighty career, Chunky A lives on in obscurity, relegated to the shady netherworld of random 80's websites and dusty bargain bins.

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Chunky A

Remembered mostly for his late night talk show and films roles alongside Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall also put out a little-heard rap record under the alter-ego Chunky A. Similar to a one-man version of the Fat Boys (without the beatboxing, mic skills, and major singles), the Chunky one released Large And In Charge in 1989. The release featured tunes like "Stank Breath," "I Command You To Dance," and the public service announcement-esque "Dope, The Big Lie." Now a footnote in his onetime mighty career, Chunky A lives on in obscurity, relegated to the shady netherworld of random 80's websites and dusty bargain bins.

About Chunky A

Remembered mostly for his late night talk show and films roles alongside Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall also put out a little-heard rap record under the alter-ego Chunky A. Similar to a one-man version of the Fat Boys (without the beatboxing, mic skills, and major singles), the Chunky one released Large And In Charge in 1989. The release featured tunes like "Stank Breath," "I Command You To Dance," and the public service announcement-esque "Dope, The Big Lie." Now a footnote in his onetime mighty career, Chunky A lives on in obscurity, relegated to the shady netherworld of random 80's websites and dusty bargain bins.

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About Chunky A

Remembered mostly for his late night talk show and films roles alongside Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall also put out a little-heard rap record under the alter-ego Chunky A. Similar to a one-man version of the Fat Boys (without the beatboxing, mic skills, and major singles), the Chunky one released Large And In Charge in 1989. The release featured tunes like "Stank Breath," "I Command You To Dance," and the public service announcement-esque "Dope, The Big Lie." Now a footnote in his onetime mighty career, Chunky A lives on in obscurity, relegated to the shady netherworld of random 80's websites and dusty bargain bins.

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