In a recent interview with VladTV, Daz Dillinger revealed that he's currently sitting on two unreleased tracks that he made with Notorious B.I.G. during the mid-90's.

"I did two songs with him that I got in the vaults somewhere," Daz said. "I gotta pull them out of the final machine... One was a verse and one he did a hook for me."

The Tha Dogg Pound rapper said his relationship with Biggie was friendly in spite of the West Coast-East Coast beef of that era, which he perceived to be media-driven. 

"We was cool. He used to come down here, I used to serve him weed. He used to come down here with Mase," he said.

He also recalls, however, that Biggie called into Hot 97 encouraging listeners to shoot up Tha Dogg Pound while Daz and Kurupt were in NYC shooting the video for "New York, New York."

Watch the full interview below: 

[via HipHopDX]