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Fuck You Tonight - Notorious B.I.G. - Life After Death (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Dosar says:
    "Lyrically, I'm supposed to represent," The Notorious B.I.G. rapped more than 20 years ago on "One More Chance (Stay With Me Remix)," a record that would become one of his signature tracks and.
  2. Tojakasa says:
    "Dead Wrong" is a song by the Notorious B.I.G., taken from his third overall album, Born banpestcomlemevi.compcursihowcofirtevimimemalmbirth.infoinfo song features background vocals from Diddy and rap vocals from Eminem, and it was released as a single posthumously in The song samples the drum break from Al Green's song, "I'm Glad You Genre: Horrorcore, gangsta rap.
  3. Zurisar says:
    Well, I'm fuckin' you tonight (fuckin' you tonight) Can you feel me? (make ya feel so right),'cause I can feel you (baby come to me) Can you feel me (give me what I need), R. Kelly take me to the bridge Lets stop the bullshit baby Let me take you to the spot, fit you hot So you wanna be with me, Puff Daddy B.I.G., bring that ass to me [Chorus.
  4. Vusida says:
    It may have taken the Notorious B.I.G. a few years to follow up his milestone debut, Ready to Die (), with another album, but when he did return with Life After Death in , he did so in a huge way. The ambitious album, intended as somewhat of a sequel to Ready to Die, picking up where its predecessor left off, sprawled across the span of two discs, each filled with music, 24 songs in all.
  5. Magul says:
    Editors’ Notes How to top a debut that single-handedly reinvigorated East Coast gangsta rap? Pick up right where it left off, but make everything way bigger. Christopher Wallace’s sprawling second album ramps up the drama and the pop sheen: "Mo Money Mo Problems" turns a sparkling Diana Ross sample into a "triple beam lyrical dream," and the smooth, rolling "Hypnotize" is as spellbinding.
  6. Samut says:
    Life After Death exhibits The Notorious B.I.G. further delving into the mafioso rap subgenre. The album is a sequel to his first album, Ready to Die, and picks up where the last song, "Suicidal Thoughts", banpestcomlemevi.compcursihowcofirtevimimemalmbirth.infoinfo: Gangsta rap, mafioso rap, hardcore hip hop.
  7. Kazrakasa says:
    Dec 16,  · Released after the tragic death of Biggie, it's haunting album as well, with numerous references to his own death. The album however, is beautifully put 79%(6).
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