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  • 'Ice Cold: An Exhibition of Hip-Hop Jewelry' Opens with chain from Notorious B.I.G.!

    'Ice Cold: An Exhibition of Hip-Hop Jewelry' Opens with chain from Notorious B.I.G.!



    The Ice Cold: An Exhibition of Hip-Hop Jewelry installation at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City is officially open. The doors to the exhibit officially opened up on Thursday, and museum organizers hosted an opening night party inside the Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation. DJ Clark Kent handled the music for the night, while special guests included Joey Bada$$, Roxanne Shanté, Lil Baby, Slick Rick, and more. The exhibition itself is located...
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  • Notorious B.I.G. joins the 2024 National Recording Registry!

    Notorious B.I.G. joins the 2024 National Recording Registry!


    Artists were selected based on the historical and cultural impact of their music on society and in the industry. Recordings from the late great Notorious B.I.G., Doug E. Fresh, Slick Rick, Bobby McFerrin and other influential Black artists have been selected as inductees to the National Recording Registry. Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden announced on Tuesday the selected 25 records that earned the esteemed recognition and preservation. The selections include several music genres ranging...
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  • Goldin Is Auctioning Off Hip-Hop Memorabilia From Notorious B.I.G.

    Goldin Is Auctioning Off Hip-Hop Memorabilia From Notorious B.I.G.


    Goldin has assembled a few pieces of hip-hop history for its March Pop Culture Elite Auction, which presents notable artifacts, from collectible playing cards to toys and VHS tapes. For this rendition of the monthly auction, the Goldin team looked to hip-hop’s immeasurable influence on American culture. Leading the lineup is an index card signed by the late great Notorious B.I.G. As the rapper passed away at 24, there are few signatures of his in circulation. The card features “Much...
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  • Busta Rhymes Shares Untold Stories About Biggie

    Busta Rhymes Shares Untold Stories About Biggie



    It doesn't get more legendary than this. On the recent ALL THE SMOKE episode, the hosts are joined by music icon, actor, producer, and one of the leaders of rap's 'golden age', Busta Rhymes, for a tell-all sit down about his life and career. Busta shares incredible untold Stories About the late great Biggie, Jay-Z and discusses the origins of speed rapping, reflects on his most iconic songs and details his health journey. Plus, working with Janet Jackson and Mariah Carrey.
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  • Remembering Mister Cee, the pioneering DJ who helped discover Biggie

    Remembering Mister Cee, the pioneering DJ who helped discover Biggie




    Mister Cee, the trailblazing hip-hop DJ who was core to Brooklyn’s early 1990s rap scene, has passed away. The news was confirmed in the New York Times by Skip Dillard, the brand manager at WXBK 94.7 The Block NYC. No cause of death was given. Born Calvin Lebrun in 1966, Cee grew up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, a hotbed of burgeoning hip-hop culture from its earliest days. Throughout his life, he was a loud and proud Brooklynite, constantly reminding...
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  • The Notorious B.I.G.’s Jewelry To Be Showcased At American Museum Of Natural History Exhibit



    Items from The Notorious B.I.G. and other rap stars’ jewelry collections are being put on display for the public to view in an upcoming exhibit documenting Hip-Hop’s storied relationship with bling. Beginning on May 9, Ice Cold: An Exhibition of Hip-Hop Jewelry will be showcased at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. In addition to trinkets previously worn by The Notorious B.I.G., the exhibit will include jewels from A$AP Rocky, Nicki Minaj, Slick...
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  • Lil Cease Made Sure Biggie's Fam Got Unreleased Tracks, Awaiting Diddy Facts

    Lil Cease Made Sure Biggie's Fam Got Unreleased Tracks, Awaiting Diddy Facts



    Biggie's former hype man Lil Cease has gone the distance ensuring his fallen friend got the legacy he deserved ... even parting ways with his precious personal recordings, so the estate could finalize his catalog. TMZ Hip Hop chopped it up with Cease-A-Leo at The Biggie Experience in Manhattan, hosted by the Notorious Kids, T'yanna and CJ Wallace and the "Crush On You" rapper tells us he's sadly exhausted his stash of Biggie tracks to fill up posthumous albums. Cease was...
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  • Notorious B.I.G. 'Would Be' JAY-Z If He Were Still Alive, Says Stephen A. Smith

    Notorious B.I.G. 'Would Be' JAY-Z If He Were Still Alive, Says Stephen A. Smith


    Stephen A. Smith is known for giving his opinion on the latest sports topics. But the host of “First Take” is also sharing his thoughts on some of the best rappers in the game claiming that the Notorious B.I.G. would have had a career like JAY-Z if he had lived. Appearing on the “Connect the Dots” podcast on Wednesday (March 6), Smith shared his ranking of the best MCs of all time in a bracket challenge. Making his choice of eight rappers, Smith’s picks came down to Biggie versus JAY-Z,...
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  • The Biggie Experience (Notorious B.I.G Museum) now open for fans worldwide!

    The Biggie Experience (Notorious B.I.G Museum) now open for fans worldwide!



    The Biggie Experience Is a Museum Honoring the Legacy of the late great Notorious B.I.G. They Created a Space to Celebrate His Significant Contributions to Hip-hop Culture by Preserving His Legacy for Future Generations. The Biggie Experience Will Serve as an Educational Space for a Deeper Understanding of Notorious B.I.G. 's Challenges and Triumphs That Contributed to Him Becoming an Iconic Artist Whose Influence Transcends Music.

    Tickets to “The Biggie Experience”...
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  • 27 years gone, we still miss you Christopher Wallace AKA Notorious BIG

    27 years gone, we still miss you Christopher Wallace AKA Notorious BIG



    The Hip-Hop community will forever remember the day we lost one of the greatest rappers to touch the mic. On March 9, 1997, The Notorious B.I.G., born Christopher Wallace, was shot and killed in the streets of Los Angeles. He was in L.A. to promote his upcoming second album Life After Death and attended an array of events at the time. While he was on his way to an after-party with his entourage, Biggie stopped his SUV at a red light on the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and South Fairfax...
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