To commemorate today’s anniversary, DJ Rhude is back with his mix EP and honors the late Frank White. Tracklist and download below. I’ve always wondered what Big would sound like rocking with some of today’s producers, which was the catalyst behind this project. I’ve taken 9 of his songs and matched them up with some of the dopest producers out now. Some noteworthy beats featured on The Notorious 9 are from Harry Fraud, No I.D., Large Professor, The Alchemist, Jahlil […]
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Live from Bedford-Stuyvesant, B.I.G.’s daughter T’yanna returned to her father’s stomping grounds with Sharon Carpenter. She spoke on Poppa’s legacy, her own inspirations and more. globalgrind
If you’re still wondering why Christmas missed us, producers Cookin Soul has blended some of B.I.G.’s classics over some holiday tunes. Hosted by DJ Whoo Kid, download below.
Biggie was only 24 when he was assassinated in Los Angeles on March 9, 1997. 15 years after his death, TMZ has obtained the autopsy diagram, which states only one of the four shots were fatal. — Gunshot #1 struck Wallace in the left forearm and traveled down to his wrist. — Gunshot #2 struck Wallace in the back, missed all vital organs, and exited through his left shoulder. — Gunshot #3 struck Wallace on his outer left thigh and […]
Pretty solid line-up, no? Rolling Stone caps off 2012 with Em, B.I.G., Pac, and Hov on the cover of their latest issue. 50 songs are tough, but who will clock in at number one? Pick up the issue on newsstands next week. thanks: jana UPDATE: Peep Ahmir’s intro and list here.
It’s Brooklyn’s finest! During the evening’s performance, Biggie’s presence was felt when the late rapper appeared on the big screen as Jay bigged up his brother. Christopher would have been proud.
“…and argue all day, about who’s the best MC?, Biggie, Jay-Z, or Nas?
While vacationing in D.R., Kanye’s main squeeze and her bikini-clad clan decides to have some fun in front of the camera with B.I.G.’s “Hypnotize”. Yo, Puff what do you think of this fuckery? rap-up
Biggie’s mom Voletta Wallace, was in town yesterday to promote Platinum League trading cards. The cards features a slew of rappers including her son, The Notorious B.I.G. Our conversation was great. She spoke on coping with her loss, B.I.G.’s appearance on Martin, VH1’s Behind The Music, and her decision to cremate him.
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.11400029&w=540&h=350&fv=] We’ll always love Big Poppa. Last night, VH1 re-aired B.I.G.’s 2001 episode featuring new commentary, footage and newer evidence in his unsolved murder case.