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EDITORS’ NOTES

If any label defined the sound of East Coast hip-hop in the ’90s, it was Sean “Puffy” Combs’ Bad Boy Records. Mase’s super-catchy, funked-up smash “Feel So Good” exudes equal measures of grit and glitz, while The Notorious B.I.G.’s biggest, baddest raps (“Hypnotize,” “Big Poppa”) shine with timeless beats and his brilliant, Brooklyn-bred flow. But it’s Biggie’s all-star collab “Mo Money Mo Problems”—powered by Kelly Price’s unforgettable, belt-it-out hook—that is the jewel in Bad Boy’s crown.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

If any label defined the sound of East Coast hip-hop in the ’90s, it was Sean “Puffy” Combs’ Bad Boy Records. Mase’s super-catchy, funked-up smash “Feel So Good” exudes equal measures of grit and glitz, while The Notorious B.I.G.’s biggest, baddest raps (“Hypnotize,” “Big Poppa”) shine with timeless beats and his brilliant, Brooklyn-bred flow. But it’s Biggie’s all-star collab “Mo Money Mo Problems”—powered by Kelly Price’s unforgettable, belt-it-out hook—that is the jewel in Bad Boy’s crown.

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5

304 Ratings

304 Ratings

this podcast is hot

bapy

it talks about hip hop back in its golden years,biggie,112,shyne,blackrob,faithevans,craigmack,diddy the list goes on,ITS HOT

nice

GiAmPaPa

this cd is nice, + it got the best 50 cent and lloyd banks verse's on it

Horrible CD

RagtimeRillain

I restate my "bad CD" review and newly deem the cd "horrible". Doesnt P. Diddy have enough money?

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