The title isn’t exactly what it sounds like. The Kardashians went on a family vacation recently and shot their own little music video to “Hypnotize” by the Notorious B.I.G. Not sure how we feel about this, a lot of cornyness going on here.
Seattle native, and Las Vegas resident @DJScene dropped a podomatic Biggie mix for today’s celebration of Biggie’s legacy. Just a quick mix for your lunch break. Check it out, thanks Scene!
So another rapper once said, The Greatest of All Time died on March 9th. That can be debated forever and ever, what can’t be debated is the impact that Christopher Wallace had on mainstream america, music, and hip-hop. Biggie Smalls was one of the biggest(no pun intended) entities to ever grace the microphone, and his career, life, and legacy was cut short in an act of senseless violence. He left behind some great music, and is still being tapped creatively to this day, 15 years later, by many of hip-hop’s elite. We’ll be posting some of the biggest hits from Notorious all day today. R.I.P to B.I.G!
The World’s Best Ever just put a bunch of art that has been made in honor of the Notorious B.I.G. Above and below are photos from the site but you can view a lot more of them here.
Jay-Z performed at Carnegie Hall in New York a few weeks ago. While performing he decided to pay homage to one of the best to ever do it, the Notorious B.I.G. Here’s some footage from that night, let’s just say it’s “Juicy”.
Biggie returns to the cover of XXL for the 15th year anniversary of his passing. Issue will be on newsstands February 7th, make sure to get your copy as this will be a very rare issue.
17 years ago McDonald’s launched the “B.I.G. Mack” campaign to help promote The Notorious B.I.G. and Craig Mack. Well now they’re back at using the “Flava in Ear” instrumental. Here’s the commercial.
I guess there’s another diss track that came out today too called NY 87. In this one Pac goes after Jeru Da Damaja, Biggie, Mobb Deep, and A Tribe Called Quest. What’s going on here? I thought dude was dead.
Ha this is hilarious. Some big kid scores a goal in the lacrosse game and then the announcer goes nuts with some bars from Biggie’s “Big Poppa”. Check it out.
If you thought the whole Eastside vs. Westside beef of the late 90′s was all hearsay, think again. Dexter Issac, a convicted felon serving a life sentence for murder, has come forward claiming to be the shooter behind the robbery and sequential gunning down of Tupac Shakur in 1994 at the famed NY Quad Studios. Now not only is Issac confessiong to being the shooter, he is also saying that Jimmy “Henchmen” Rosemond payed for the hit on Shakur.
He said Rosemond paid him $2,500 “plus all the jewelry” except for one diamond ring Rosemond allegedly wanted for his girlfriend. Jimmy Henchmen for years has denied any involvement at all in anything regarding the West vs. East beef, along with Diddy and many others amongst their respective crews. This new twist opens up many old wounds and locked doors.
What will happen next? Will more come forward with additional details?