We'll Always Love Big Poppa

With recent news that rapper Gravy will be playing the lead role in a film regarding the Notorious life of Christopher Wallace, it’s ever so apparent that there’s a gaping hole in New York Hip-Hop without the presence of B.I.G.

It’s hard to believe that it’s been over a decade since his passing, and though others have labeled themselves his heir with differing levels of legitimacy, we all know there was only one true KONY. Francis M.H. White.

You’ve heard from just about everyone associated with him.

So we won’t bore you with that.

We’ll let his career do the talking.

We’ll always low Big Poppa. Notorious B.I.G.

Freestyle Before BadBoy, in BedStuy

Even in his early days as a hungry emcee on th estreets of Bed Stuy, you could see the fire within. Watch as he chews up some forgotten cat in front of the Bodega


Notorious B.I.G. Live in Philadelphia Biggie Smalls in Full Effect

Live from the City of Brotherly Love, where they even boo Santa Claus, Biggie tore it down!

The Notorious B.I.G. – Juicy “It was all a dream…”

The song that really blew him up. Can it be that it was all so simple then?


Before Suge's infamous comments, it seemed like it would be a BadBoy nght. Classic Moment!

Craig Mack, Notorious B.I.G. - Flava In Ya Ear (Remix)

Greatest Remix of All Time. 'Nuff Said

Notorious BIG - One More Chance (remix) .

Everybody who was anybody on the East Coast seemed to be in this video. Another Classic Remix by Biggie Smalls

To close it out, even though he’s remembered for the Versace and the fly s**t, let's not forget that the Notorious was one of the most raw emcees and that his legacy should be one of versatility, grit, and humor.

One of clear diction and flawless delivery. We won’t suppose what could have been, but we can honor what was.

Throw down some ice for the nicest emcee. R.I.P. Biggie Smalls. Truly the Illest.

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