[vodpod id=Video.16450670&w=540&h=350&fv=] VH1 will re-air B.I.G.’s Behind The Music episode this Thursday featuring new commentary and interviews. In the sneak peek above, we get a look at Christopher Wallace’s come up right before catching the eyes of Puff.
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Gotta love vintage B.I.G. footage. While on the set of “Warning”, Biggie gave a brief interview with Video Source. He spoke on the success of Ready To Die, daughter, and name change. He even threw a shot at Kwame for good measure. Fuck them polka dots. Ha! wshh
[vodpod id=Video.16211341&w=540&h=350&fv=] Recognize the guy in this clip? Ha! MTV dug in the vaults and found a Volume 1 era interview with Jay-Z. He speaks on his chemistry with the Notorious one and the difference between Ready To Die and Life After Death. Sidebar: Diddy Names Favorite Track On Life After Death
In honor of the 15th anniversary of B.I.G.’s death, Mr. Cee is giving the Hot 97 airwaves a 3 hour tribute dedicated to the late Frank White and taking calls from the Hip-Hop community. Hour 1: Download Hour 2: Download Hour 3: Download info Bonus: DJ Envy’s B.I.G. Tribute Mix
Earlier this morning, Cease-A-Leo called into Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg’s morning show and reflected on the life and times of Christopher George Latore Wallace. Sidebar: Former Cop Says He Knows Who Killed BIG
With today marking the 15th anniversary of B.I.G.’s passing, Hot 97’s Angie Martinez dug into the crates and found a 16 year old interview with B.I.G and Mary J. Blige. He spoke on the East vs. West Coast beef and wanting to work more with Mary. Legendary stuff. Sidebar: MTV Remembers B.I.G.| Wake Up Show Interview
While B.I.G.’s Versace shades watched ya, Donatella was clocking him. In an interview with FADER, Gianni’s younger sister discussed Biggie’s influence on the brand.
The term coined by Cutmaster D.C. and made popular by The Notorious B.I.G., is now one of seven welcoming mats into the borough. Yours truly spotted this alongside the Jackie Robinson Parkway. Is Brooklyn in the house? Without a doubt!
Thirteen years ago, Eddie Griffin appeared alongside Biggie as the comic relief in Diddy Puff Daddy’s video, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down”. As the comedian made his way down the VH1 red carpet, he spoke on his cameo and tickling Biggie’s funny bone. Walk down memory lane with the video below.