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Life After Death

Life After Death
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10 years, 11 months ago at Jun 22 4:34
this nigguh is the muthafukin shit peepz..
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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 "Niggaz Bleed," "Somebody's Gotta Die," and "You're Nobody ('Til Somebody Kills You)," but it's painfully clear that this chestnut-cheeked, fun-loving father of two wanted to see his kids grow up on "Sky Is the Limit" and "Miss U," both of which point to the fu ... (more)
Manufacturer: Bad Boy
Release date: 25 March 1997
Number of discs: 2
EAN: 0786127301120 UPC: 786127301120
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100 Greatest American Albums of All Time (100 music items)

"The storyteller who defined East Coast gangsta Before he became a gun-culture martyr and folk hero, the former Christopher Wallace was a rapper, and a great one. Piloted by Sean “Puffy” Combs, this quadruple-platinum double CD infused routine gangsta fare with charisma, detail and wit. Standout tracks: “Mo Money Mo Problems,” “Hypnotize”"

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