TAKE THAT ICE UP FOR THE NICEST MC
please yo, tell BIG, he's unbelievable.
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biggie would be 48 today.
bigger than life - (rap pages, 1999)
ten tunes that influenced a life: the notorious b.i.g.
NEXT: THE NOTORIOUS BIG (vibe, august 1994)
make the best cds & the best tapes…
dj mister cee - best of biggie (double disc)
notorious big - bastard child (prod by statik selektah)
ready to die 20 - mixed by chris read
biggie all-star birthday bash [the arena] (1993)
biggie getting kicked out of the hotel on tour
biggie x junior mafia - backstage/tourbus (san antonio, 1995)
ROB STONE: Heading to a visit at LA’s Power 106, Big comes down from his room wearing a black T-shirt with a Ku Klux Klan member holding a KKK baby, and in bold type it says, “Future Police Officer.” Here’s where the pressure to deliver for Clive and Puff kicked in, and I start thinking the worst. What if this shirt pisses off some of the execs at radio? What if Big is asked to pose for trade photos and the entire network of white-owned hip-hop stations see the shirt and refuse to play his record? So I asked Big to walk with me away from everyone and said, “Big, you know we’re heading to radio stations to get your record played.” He shook his head in agreement. “Well, these are white-owned radio stations. The shirt might offend them and get in the way of us getting your record played.” He looked down at his shirt to see what I was talking about. He paused, then chuckled and said, “We’re good Rob Stone, we’re good.”
hypnotize video promo pack
1995 jodeci x notorious big x mary j blige ticket stub