If you’re going to buy gin and juice from anyone, let it be Snoop.
“It was all a dream, I used to read Word Up! magazine.
Some Brooklyn residents think he was too misogynistic and fat. Others are fighting to honor the Brooklyn-born performer who many consider the best rapper of all time.
Everything is happier now!
The MSNBC weekend host invoked Notorious B.I.G. during a monologue that described Republican strategists who question the credibility of national polls as being caught in a “bubble trap” of “smoking what they’re dealing.”
Dr. Dre had his Tupac hologram at Coachella, so naturally Hova had to go and one up him at the opening of the Barclays Center.
Feast your eyes on these unholy unions.
Siri can rap, but I didn’t say it was good at it.
This kid is going to grow up to be awesome. Anybody who is this predisposed to love Biggy is good with me.
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14 years after his death, the music of Christopher Biggie Smalls Wallace is still as relevant as ever. R.I.P. B.I.G.
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It’s been 13 years since his murder. Will this be the year the killer is caught?
The first teaser trailer for the movie, Notorious, telling the true story of legendary rapper Notorious B.I.G. has just been released. Look for it in theaters January 16, 2009. If you don’t get chills watching this trailer, you obviously haven’t listened to Biggie while sippin’ 40s and attempting to rap, “Biggie Biggie Biggie, can’t you see - sometimes your words just hypnotize me.” Plus, the shot of the Twin Towers in the trailer chokes us up.
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