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It may have taken the Notorious B.I.G. a few years to follow up his milestone debut, Ready to Die (1994), with another album, but when he did return with Life After Death in 1997, he did so in a huge way. The ambitious album, intended as somewhat of a sequel to Ready to Die, picking up where its predecessor left off, sprawled across the span of two discs, each filled with music, 24 songs in all. You'd expect any album this sprawling to include some lackluster filler. That's not really the case with Life After Death, however. Like 2Pac's All Eyez on Me from a year before, an obvious influence, Biggie's album made extensive use of various producers — DJ Premier, Easy Mo Bee, Clark Kent, RZA, and more of New York's finest — resulting in a diverse, eclectic array of songs. Plus, Biggie similarly brought in various guest rappers — Jay-Z, Lil' Kim, Bone Thugs, Too $hort, L.O.X., Mase — a few vocalists — R. Kelly, Angela Winbush, 112 — and, of course, Puff Daddy, who is much more omnipresent here than on Ready to Die, where he mostly remained on the sidelines. It's perhaps Puffy himself to thank for this album's biggest hits: "Mo Money Mo Problems," "Hypnotize," "Sky's the Limit," three songs that definitely owe much to his pop touch. There's still plenty of the gangsta tales on Life After Death that won Biggie so much admiration on the streets, but it's the pop-laced songs that stand out as highlights. In hindsight, Biggie couldn't have ended his career with a more fitting album than Life After Death. Over the course of only two albums, he achieved every success imaginable, perhaps none greater than this unabashedly over-reaching success. Ready to Die is a milestone album, for sure, but it's nowhere near as extravagant or epic as Life After Death.

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11 x Platinum is Not Hype!

This album is amazing because rappers 1st albums are usauly amazing because they are hungry for money, and That was what Ready To Die was about, and usually the follow up is all comercial.(50 Cent; The Massacre). Yes this albums has tracks that are very commercial like "Hypnotize, Mo Money Mo Problems" but they are not sell-out records they are actually great tracks that really Shows Big's unbelievable flow. I love how he doesnt talk about being broke anymore, or selling crack. Instead he talks about Life After the streets, and the ugly gritty side of being famous. He is a brilliant story teller, thats what this album is from tracks like "Miss U to I Gotta Story To Tell". I love this album couldnt have been a better folow up to Ready To Die. 5 Stars for sure. R.I.P. B.I.G.

The Greatest Rap Album of All Time

No one does it better than Biggie Smalls and no cd in the entire history of rap is better than this one right here. Thank god iTunes finally put it on. So many memorable tracks on this one that it really is crazy to think of how many tracks Biggie could have made if he didn't pass away. Biggie R.I.P. Top 5 Songs on the best CD ever are: 1. Hypnotize 2. Mo Money Mo Problems 3. Skys the Limit 4. Going Back to Cali 5. Notorious Thugs

B.I.G at his Best

The Greatest. Thats the only way to descibe Biggie and this album. Its hard to say that this is better than Ready to Die but its has to be said. With songs like "Whats Beef?" and "Kick in the Door" are instant classics and accomplice the bonofied Puffy-produced pop hits like "Hypnotize" and "Mo Money Mo Problems". This album truely shows how crazy B.I.G could get lyriclly with songs like "Sky's the Limit" which may possibly the best song ever released by Biggie. He keeps it street and gangsta with "Somebody's Gotta Die" and "Ten Crack Commandments" but its not only the pop hits that drive this album, but how he ups the lyrical ante from Ready to Die.


Nacido(a): 21 de mayo de 1972 en New York City, NY

Género: Hip-Hop/Rap

Años de actividad: '90s

En sólo unos pocos años, the Notorious B.I.G. pasó de ser un estafador callejero de Brooklyn, a ser el salvador del hip-hop de la Costa Este, y a ser una trágica víctima de la cultura de la violencia que retrató de manera tan realista en sus discos. El aura de martirio que rodea al MC a veces amenaza con eclipsar su legado musical, que fue en realidad muy importante. Con la ayuda de la sensibilidad para la difusión radial de Sean "Puffy" Combs, Biggie volvió a establecer la viabilidad del rap de...
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