Lil Kim Lists Her Top 5 Biggie Songs
The all-star late '90s Bad Boy lineup, sans Biggie of course, has recently been thrust back into the spotlight with the Diddy-organized reunion tour, which kicked off in Brooklyn earlier this month. While on the road getting adjusted to tour life, Lil Kim called into DJ Whoo Kid's "Whoolywood Shuffle" show on Shade 45 to discuss the reunion experience and how its success speaks on the lasting legacy of Biggie Smalls, with whom she had a serious and well-documented love affair. Listen to the 15-minute interview below.
Diddy Shares Rare Biggie Footage On 19th Anniversary Of His Death
Yesterday (Mar. 9), rap fans everywhere put their differences aside and came together to pay tribute to a undisputed legend, Christopher Wallace aka The Notorious B.I.G., on the 19th anniversary of his untimely death. The game's elite paid their respects all over social media, including one of Biggie's mentors and closest collaborators, Puff Daddy, who shared some rare footage of the late Brooklyn rapper to his Instagram.
50 Cent Responds To Diddy's Alleged Involvement In Tupac's Murder
Meek Mill can rest easy, for now, as 50 Cent is back to toying with his favorite foe: Sean "Puffy" Combs.
T'yanna Wallace Answers Questions From Biggie Fans
Yesterday, May 21, would've been The Notorious B.I.G.'s 43rd birthday. As the hip-hop world reminisced on his career, and what could've been, Biggie's daughter, T'yanna Wallace, took the time to field questions from fans on what the occasion meant to her and her family and how she sees her father's legacy. During the #TyannaTalks Q&A session, she revealed her favorite B.I.G. track is "Hypnotize," her favorite Biggie/Jay Z collab is "I Love the Dough," and that she thinks the alleged beef between her father and Tupac Shakur was "a miscommunication hyped by media."
Notorious B.I.G.'s Estate Sued By R&B Singer For Sample Used In "The What"
Sometimes, it's immediately obvious where samples come from, but other times, it takes twenty years to correctly identify them. That's the case with Notorious B.I.G.'s "The What," which was released in 1994 but is just now being targeted in a lawsuit by R&B singer Leroy Hutson for its sample of his song "Can't Say Enough About Mom."