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His second posthumous album assembles archival Biggie verses, a few unreleased and many familiar from his greatest hits, with innovative production. New beats and new vocals from an all-star cast fill out the album, most memorably when Swizz Beatz transforms “Notorious Thugs” into the explosive “Spit Your Game.”

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Off Da Hook & Flapping on Da Floor

This Album Is Dangerous B.I.G.G.E knows whats Real good The True King of New York Kop it

worth my time

downloading music is lie my favorite thing lwet alone all the time a day that i spend composing it aswell i make rap myself and i have time to downloade great songs i was sayin biggie he can wait til later to download a song by him but then i pushed myself to just sit down and listen and of course i see pacs name in it and i say lets give it a go so i did that man and now i love biggie biggie lives forever

if you've heard his real songs, don't bother

for anyone who hasn't heard these lyrics in original form, this CD is pretty dope however, i think this is just another money grab by "best friend" P. Diddy Puff has got enough money, so he should have left Biggie's lyrics alone because all the original songs were way better anyways


Born: May 21, 1972 in New York City, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s

In just a few short years, the Notorious B.I.G. went from a Brooklyn street hustler to the savior of East Coast hip-hop to a tragic victim of the culture of violence he depicted so realistically on his records. His all-too-brief odyssey almost immediately took on mythic proportions, especially since his murder followed the shooting of rival Tupac Shakur by only six months. In death, the man also known as Biggie Smalls became a symbol of the senseless violence that plagued inner-city America in the...
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