Today would have been Notorious B.I.G.'s 44th birthday. Hip hop has been honoring his birthday every year since he was gunned down -- this year in particular, with Puff Daddy's Bad Boy Family Reunion concert. But now it's official. His birthday is a holiday.
One of rap's biggest mysteries finally has an answer. Appearing on ESPN's Highly Questionable, Fat Joe was asked about Biggie's 'I Got A Story To Tell' and whether or not he knew which member of the Knicks that B.I.G was rapping about.
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.
Faith Evans recently sat down for an interview with HipHollywood, and revealed she's got plans in the works to put together another posthumous duets album with Biggie, following up Diddy's release of Duets: The Final Chapter back in 2005.
It's pretty common knowledge that the Notorious B.I.G came from humble beginnings and had his fair share of struggles. His undeniable talent enabled him to quickly make a name for himself in the hip-hop world.
Marlon Wayans showed up on ESPN's Numbers Never Lie series hosted by Michael Smith and Jemele Hill to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the 1994 film "Above The Rim" which found Wayans co-starring with the late 2pac.
Bromances aren't relegated strictly for college frat boys, although you may have that idea in mind. Hip-hop has proved to be the birthing place of many a bromance, some of which have fizzled out over the years, and some of which remain stronger than ever.
As Yeezus continues to travel the country on tour, Monday he dropped by Greg Street’s show on V103 Atlanta to chat about a few topics. The two chopped it up for about 35-minutes in a 2-part interview and as usual, Kanye had some choice words.