Exclusive: 2 Chainz, Mike Will Made-It, David Banner And Analyze More Unheard Biggie Audio Tapes
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During the past 20 years, the critically acclaimed Hip Hop journalist and Marvel's Luke Cage showrunner Cheo Coker has maintained a collection of previously unreleased audio of the late, great Notorious B. I. G. interview tapes to align with a large part of the contents of Biggie's acclaimed debut album, ready to Die, in the sense that the movement and agitation in the entire music industry and the drug trafficking circuit have their similarities.
In both areas of knowledge, the sales figures are the king crowned, ruled, end of story. Using his incredible wits, Christopher Wallace broke his thought process to the metaphor that can be heard in the immense detail within the audio recordings.
"I have to sell my product," he said and added, "I have something that I want you to be interested but are not going to be interested in unless you try it."
Call Biggie a prophet because of his aforementioned debut went double platinum before his untimely death in 1997, and the posthumous follow-up in the Life After Death was certified diamond.
Now that a&E's anticipated Biggie documentary, Biggie: The Life of Notorious B. I. G is now scheduled for release on September 4, HipHopDX is happy to premiere the previous bonus footage of 2 Chainz, David Banner, Mike Will Made-It, the Hurricane david and T-pain giving your critical analysis on the Problem of the perception of the drug."
Elaine Frontain Bryant, Executive Vice president and director of Programming for a&E Network is breaking the need for the package, the writing of "The late Christopher Wallace and Tupac Shakur continue to impact on the world two decades after his tragic, unsolved murders, and there is still an audience longing to connect with these figures, and to celebrate their legacies, "We pride ourselves in the delivery of projects in the framework of the 'Biography' banner to unearth a side of the story that the public has never seen before. In the case of "Biggie: The Life of Notorio