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This week marks 20 long years since Christopher George Latore Wallace, better known to the world as The Notorious B.I.G., released Ready To Die – an album still considered by many to be one of ... Where Are Biggie's Kids Now? - VH1 News Even though it’s been 21 years since Biggie passed away, his legacy lives on forever through his music and through his kids. He often rapped about wanting to do better for his kids and finding ... Notorious Lumberjack Red & Black T-Shirt | Zumiez

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TIL Notorious BIG's interlude on Ready to Die of him getting a blow ... eh? Let's see how your red snapper likes this red snapper!" ... you black muthafucking ...

The last verse from The Notorious B.I.G. was recorded 20 years ago. Yet, his militant rap flow, containing phrases that'll thrill you and raw rhymes sicker than your average, remain a linchpin in the history of hip-hop. During his lifetime, B.I.G. recorded just two official albums, 1994's Ready To ... The Notorious B.I.G. - Wikiquote Salt-n-Peppa, Heavy D up in tha limousine. Hangin' pictures on my wall, every Saturday rap attack, Mr. Magic Marley Marl. I let my tape rock till my tape pop, smoking weed and bamboo, sippin' on Private Stock. Way back, when I had the red-and-black lumberjack, with the hat to match. Remember Rappin' Duke?