Verdict: a&E's "Biggie: The Life Of Notorious B. I. G." it Is To the Point

HipHop News Posted on September 5, 2017 at 12:23am

Verdict: a&E's "Biggie: The Life Of Notorious B. I. G." it Is To the Point

Faith Evans, Diddy, JAY-Z, Nas, Lil Cease, and Biggie's mother Voletta Wallace to get up close and personal.

A&E renewed Biography of the series started on Monday (4 September) with the Biggie: The Life of Notorious B. I. G., a three-hour documentary on the late rap legend Christopher "Biggie" Wallace.

With appearances of integral figures in the Brooklyn native's brief life, including Biggie's widow Faith Evans, his mother Voletta Wallace, Sean "Diddy" Combs, Lil Cease, Nas, and JAY-Z, the documentary is immersed in Biggie's childhood, the ascent to the eternal rap notoriety and untimely death at the age of 25.

It also touches on the tumultuous relationship between Biggie and fellow Hip-Hop luminary Tupac Shakur. Full of a lot of archive footage and previously unreleased audio recordings, the Brand Ford-directed film event clearly has captivated Hip Hop fans.

Evans, who has recently published The King and I with her late husband to the voice, took to Twitter on Monday night to post a trailer of the documentary with a caption that read, "The most personal and revealing documentary about the late Christopher Wallace that no one has ever seen."

#LifeOfBiggie | "The most personal and revealing documentary about the late Christopher Wallace that no one has ever seen." pic.twitter.com/98aDMbmFC1

— Faith Evans (@faithevans) on 4 September 2017

The Breakfast Club's Charlamagne Tha God also is published on Twitter, writing," The #LifeofBiggie doc in a&E is AWESOME."

This #LifeofBiggie doc in a&E is AWESOME.

— Charlamagne Tha God (@cthagod) September 5, 2017

The premiere of the Life of Notorious B. I. G. caused a seemingly never-ending stream of comments on social networks. Many Twitter users praised the documentary, while some recounted their own memories of the music of Biggie and subsequent impact.

Take a look at some of the reactions below.

This Biggie documentary was so on point and brings back memories of what a major impact in the hip-hop and continues to #LifeOfBiggie

— Jayrod (@iamjbreezy_) Sep

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