Notorious B.I.G.

The Notorious B.I.G. “White Chalk Pt. 2”

We’re always interested in finding that rare Biggie Smalls unreleased verse, especially before March 9th. It looks like DJ Capone (known for many D-Block mixtapes) has dug up a gem off his upcoming mixtape, take a listen to the track:

 

After some digging around, we found out it’s actually a reference track from a Junior Mafia song called “White Chalk Pt. 2,” check out the original song below:

 

Source: hiphopfeeling.com

37 Responses to “The Notorious B.I.G. “White Chalk Pt. 2””

    • thuglifefukdapolice

      this aint sound no different then waka gucci or chief keef all they talked about was killing the whole song get real

  1. thuglifefukdapolice

    yall criticize gucci man waka chief keef for their music but this song was all about killing and now yall like ie cause big was on it the world need to be real

      • thuglifefukdapolice

        they might suck but the talking about the same thing so either way the both suck

      • vandyll

        Honestly it’s not just the subject matter, it’s also the word play. Truth be told I’ve heard Jadakiss talk about selling drugs and killing niggas for years. It just never seems to get old coming from him because he got crazy word play and metaphors. His delivery,flow and lingo is very unique. A lot of dudes talk the same shit but they style is so billy basic, and follow the leader, that it gets old fast. A few dudes can do it so slick that they can get away with it. As for the others…”Don’t be mad UPS is hiring”…

      • thuglifefukdapolice

        honestly it is the subject matter that what hip hop is about subject matter

    • Best Comment Advanced Dialogue

      Niggaz just be followin’, mane. Everybody talk about “Big and Pac”, “Big and Pac”, but on the real, they just be sayin’ that because everybody else be sayin’ that. Pac was straight, Big was koo but I think every rapper dun said a few things we all can agree with and/or made some songs that are likable but I still ain’t heard nobody who got the best beats with the matching positive lyrics to go witt it..

      • thuglifefukdapolice

        you never heard a song thats positive with dope beats you never heard of keep your head up or dear mama or fight the power or dont believe the hype or self destruction by krs 1 or slick rick hey yooung world hip hop is not about being positive its about uplifting the people

      • Best Comment Advanced Dialogue

        I ain’t talkin’ bout one song, I’m talkin’ bout a consistent artist that always has positive lyrics wit rough ass beats!

      • thuglifefukdapolice

        you ever heard of tupac krs 1 tribe called quest grandmasterflash furious 5 slick rick public enemy outkast lupe fiasco common mos def even that boy kendric lamar look you need to start listenin to rock hip hop aint for you

      • Best Comment Advanced Dialogue

        Naw most of dem niggaz beats ain’t hot to me. I produce, I know how to make some rough shit, I can make the young and old niggaz rock to my shit, that’s why I don’t be fuckin’ wit them niggaz you listed because even though they mighta paved the way, music has evolved and I ain’t gon’ sit there and bob my head to they shit because alot of time the beats ain’t heavy enough, I be needin’ to hear the hoodest beats in the world. I don’t even be listenin’ to none of these rappers no more, I just listen to me.

      • thuglifefukdapolice

        different beats different time do marvin gay shyt sound like trey songs but marvin music way better than trey songs you better listen to the old school cause the shyt they was talkin about was real as far as hood beats whats the part of having hood beats if you aint havin no real talk behind it i love hip hop but it died in about 2004

      • Best Comment Advanced Dialogue

        True. Like I said, I don’t really rely on these niggaz to get it right and put the lyrics with the words, I’ll do it myself, maybe one day you’ll hear about me or maybe you won’t. My Pops was a DJ, so I heard a lot of shit, new and old, different genres, but I see it like this; beats are progressing but the artist’s lyrics are lacking. End Of Story

      • thuglifefukdapolice

        yeah but he is talking about the same thing so that makes him just as stupid if two ppl were talking and acting retarded one was dumb and one was smart their both dumb still thats the shyt that kill yall say the south suck but dudes on the east talk about the same shyt you ask me all coasts suck ri now

      • Banksy

        You know you trippin though right? You can’t compare the 90’s to this era. For one not all of biggie’s or Pac’s song talk about this type of shit. Especially Pac. Pac talked about busting guns but it was mainly being pointed at the powers that be. Pac stood for his people these monkeys that you mentioned don’t stand for shit. Also the 90’s were alot more classy go back and look how these niggas dressed at award show or even in some of their videos. These niggas know a days look like they haven’t showered in days.

      • 100p Recording Co.

        WW that’s the problem. Mad people don’t know the difference. Wordplay, Content, dimension, depth, feel good, and a whole bunch more come with that HIP HOP Spiritual feeling! The majority of the new sht is extra wack.. You can’t rewind the majority of that sht and neither would you want to. Let alone know the words!!

  2. Best Comment Advanced Dialogue

    There ain’t shit sweet about killin’ nobody. Niggaz rap about that shit and yall applaud then when a nigga die, yall mourn. Getcho Mind Right #Realest Shit You Read All Day

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