Johnny Depp Hunts The Notorious B.I.G.'s Killer in New 'City of Lies' Trailer
Based on Randall Sullivan's 2002 book 'LAbyrinth,' the movie will star Depp alongside Forest Whitaker.
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Check This Previously Unreleased Mobb Deep Track
"What You Think” features a sample from the late Biggie Smalls.
20 Years Ago Lil' Kim's "All About the Benjamins" Verse Took Over the Summer
Biggie was the star attraction, but Lil' Kim stole the show.
Notorious B.I.G. Lives on Through Faith Evans
Evans just released 'The King & I,' an album of duets with her late ex-husband. She discusses love, loss, and keeping Biggie's legacy alive 20 years after his death.
The Bad Boy Documentary Isn’t a Puff Piece (Although It Is a Puff Daddy Piece)
We talked to director Daniel Kauffman about the film that chronicles the rise of the Bad Boy empire.
Tim Westwood Has Shared Two Unreleased Notorious B.I.G. Freestyles
The London DJ continues the celebration of Biggie's legacy.
A Year of Lil Wayne
A Year of Lil Wayne: The Time The Hot Boys Ended Up on a Song with Notorious B.I.G.
On the 20th anniversary of Biggie's death, a look back at his influence on Lil Wayne.
How Tupac and Biggie Went from Friends to Deadly Rivals
Tupac declined Biggie's offer to manage his career. "Nah, stay with Puff," he told Biggie. "He will make you a star."
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Some Guy Got His Mate's Dick Inked on His Thigh and 'Tattoo Fixers' Replaced it With Biggie
"I am known all over for the tattoo. I have had groups of girls recognise us and say get your leg out, you have a cock on your leg."
The Outta My Way, I’m Walking Here Issue
My Friend Has Inked Some of the Worst Tattoos of All Time
I'm not talking ironic hipster tattoos of bacon or Rambo; I'm talking praying hands pressed together holding a machete or an Uzi in preparation for a holy war.
Objectively Correct Lists
Sixty-Nine Songs That Are Unequivocally About Boning
Happy Valentines Day!
Thinkpieces And Shit
Is Rap Finally Breaking Its Mental Health Taboo?
Hip-hop has generally found it difficult to deal with artists who either (A) talk about complex feelings or (B) have personal issues themselves. Is now the time for change?