"Iconic Records: Life After Death" Celebrates the final album and iconic life of The Notorious B.I.G. in new web series hosted by radio veteran and executive producer Angie Martinez.
Fat Joe has endured several generations so it is no surprise he now is a walking Hip-Hop encyclopedia. He has just revealed he was working with the KONY in a way that many MC’s only dreamed of.
From his underground freestyles that had cassettetape ribbons poppin' due to heads pressing that "Rewind" button to guest verses that flew under the radar, Big constantly proved that he didn't just have bars, he had bricks of work on deck.
We are only one battle into the 2021 and it seems Verzuz is about to level up. The founders are aiming to bring some late greats to their platform— 2Pac and the Notorious B.I.G.
The Rap King of New York’s royalty has once again been certified. Christopher Wallace’s regal headwear just got sold for half a milli.
Rap related collectibles continue to gain popularity among music enthusiasts and beyond. Fan can now purchase items linked to two of biggest lyricists to ever grace the microphone.
Fans will be able to bring one of Hip-Hop’s greatest talents to their a home. You can now blow fragrant smoke with Biggie Smalls.
While the majority of the celebration regarding The Notorious B.I.G.’s is expressed on March 9, his family rather is be expressed on his birthday. One apparel company is doing it right with a drop honoring the Black Frank White.
The song titled "Bastard Child" surfaced over the weekend, and it features an instrumental produced by Statik Selektah. On the song, Biggie flexes his lyrical muscle and showcases the great storytelling skills that he was known for.
Lil’ Kim (who just dropped a new album) and Nicki Minaj may not be very fond of each other, but their contributions to Hip-Hop seems to have them tethered forever.
Gentrification has been a real thing in Brooklyn for some time now. So much so that the King of New York’s former residence probably can’t be afforded by most of his hardcore fans.
Looks like New York city is finally – as the 90s kids used to say – recognizing as the City Council of the Big Apple voted 48-0 to honor Hip-Hop icons The Notorious B.I.G. and the Wu-Tang Clan, as well as folk singer Woody Guthrie, in their home boroughs.