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  1. Funkmaster Flex - Biggie/tupac Live Freestyle lyrics lyrics: (feat. Big Kap, 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G.) [originally appeared on Mister Cee's

  2. Tupac "Things Done Changed" is the second track from Biggie's 1994 album "Ready to Die." A fan of using samples, the rapper uses samples from artists such as Biz Markie and Dr. Dre.

  3. Tupac - Runnin (Dying to Live) Lyrics. Between you and Biggie was like, who's gonna, who's gonna, who ruled, the, the, nigga kingdom and shit basically, you know what i'm sayin'?

  4. Jul 03, 2016 · But I do think Tupac and Biggie were groundbreaking. More Black youth in 2016 know the lyrics of Tupac or Biggie's catalog than even one speech (or book) by Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Walter Rodney, Huey Newton, and Stokely Carmichael, etc. (Keeping it male here on purpose) These Black men ARE their leaders. That's dangerous because they ...

  5. Nov 29, 2018 · Tupac was a proponent of West Coast hip-hop, helping to make it a fixture on radio stations in the early and mid-90s, while Biggie became a central figure in the East Coast hip-hop scene and increased New York City’s visibility in the industry.

  6. Jul 06, 2020 · Just like Tupac, Biggie’s dad had also left when he was young, just 2-years old, and his mom had struggled, resulting in Smalls having a difficult and tumultuous childhood. Biggie attended the Queen of All Saints Middle School , and was an exemplary student, despite him having started dealing drugs at the age of 12.

  7. Feb 20, 2015 · Biggie’s onetime pal, and the most hands-down transfixing MC out of the west (if not the best), Tupac Shakur, was shot in late 1994 during a robbery at a Manhattan recording studio, which ended with Tupac recovering from gunshot wounds in hospital. It was noted that B.I.G came into the studio twenty minutes later, yet managed to remain safe.

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