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Life After Death

Life After Death
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shizzle

7 years, 4 months ago at Jun 22 4:34
this nigguh is the muthafukin shit peepz..
R.I.P BIGGIE
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Description: Amazon.com essential recording The King of Brooklyn, Biggie Smalls, busted through with an instant hip-hop classic on his first album, Ready to Die, but he outdid even his standard on Life After Death, an audible, posthumous autobiography about the life of the former dope dealer. The 2 CD set revels in death, especially on "Nigga ... (more)
Manufacturer: Bad Boy
Release date: 25 March 1997
Number of discs: 2
EAN: 0786127301120 UPC: 786127301120
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Music Hiphop/Rap collection (128 music items)
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1997: Best Rap Albums (9 music items)

"By my watch this is still among the most overrated hip-hop albums on earth, simply unworthy of the degree of praise it often gets. On paper this should be amazing right? This is the Notorious BIG himself, making a double album during a period that should have seen him still living out full power. And it can't help but be a muscular album of great rhymes, and some amazing singles to boot. Songs like Hypnotize, I Got a Story to Tell, and either of the Premo made tracks are part of the legend. But "


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600 Most Favorite Albums (594 music items)
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The Final Albums (100 music items)

"Released: March 25, 1997 "


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best rap albums ever (21 music items)
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RS 500: Part 5 (100 music items)

""As the Roots' Ahmir Thompson put it, "Rakim is the Father, Biggie's the Son, and Jay-Z's the Holy Ghost." Released less than a month after Biggie's murder, Life After Death is two CDs of humor and bravado, no filler at all, as Biggie tops himself in "Mo Money Mo Problems" and "#!*@ You Tonight."'"


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50 Favorite Albums pt.1 (25 music items)

"A posthumous release by arguably New York's nicest Mc. This album sets the bar in which all New York Mc's still strive to achieve till this day. Blueprint and Stillmatic reached this albums quality certainly, but still didn't have that certain something that made this album what it is...Biggie perhaps? Essential Listening: "Ni**as Bleed", "The Commission", "F**k You Tonight""


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shizzle

“this nigguh is the muthafukin shit peepz..

R.I.P BIGGIE” read more