Two of the most influential rappers of all time -- but are you team Westside or Eastside??
Happy birthday, Biggie!
Ain't nuthin' but a quiz thang, baby.
Biggie's back and this time, he's actually small. This Griffon is an Instagram sensation who appreciates all rap, old and new.
In a rough chronological order, these are the most '90s hits of the '90s.
The music industry is all like, "Gotta Catch 'Em All!"
You might know him as the leader of Chic, or the guy playing guitar on Daft Punk's "Get Lucky," but he's responsible for a lot more of your favorite tunes.
Yes, there was a time when being rich enough to own both a Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo was a really big thing.
The best from Gotham's best, so far.
This Senator knows Pitbull's real name.
It's like a miniature hypnotic music video. Unhinge your jaws and stare for hours.
It's time to embrace hip-hop's new generation gap.
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.
Way to quote Big Poppa during the whitest sport EVER.
Here's Biggie throwing his water bottle at DJ Kap at KMEL Summer Jam in San Francisco in 1995.
Adrian Brody recently paid homage to Biggie Smalls by reciting the 90's classic at the Academy of American Poets event, held at Lincoln Center.
NewsOne.com took to the streets of Biggie’s old stomping grounds in Brooklyn to ask residents about their memories of him and the role of violence in Hip-Hop. #biggieday
Will the real Lil Kim please stand up?
Greg Brady brings Biggie to SoCal.