Long week edition.
Come on, ride the train.
And if Biggie isn't spinning in his grave yet, Kris Jenner will make it happen because there are no lows too low.
"Gangsta Nancy Sinatra" meets the real thing.
See a baby hypnotized by Biggie's "Hypnotize."
"The investigation into the 13-year-old unsolved case was 'reinvigorated' months ago as a result of new information ..."
... And it is not good
An interesting remix courtesy Mochi Beats.
To each his own.
Rap meets indie dream-pop on Wait What's debut album.
On the occasion of the thirteenth anniversary of his death, we take a look back.
"We’re taking it to the next level. We’re not stuck having to do it exactly the way it was in the original."
Plus: Jaime King tries to rationalize the crappiness of 'The Spirit.'
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz will present a proclamation to the family of Notorious B.I.G. at a screening of the rapper's new biopic.
Do we need to tell you where Biggie’s from?
It's actually not that bad!
We continue to have our doubts about Jamal Woodard (a.k.a. the guy who got shot in the butt) and his ability to portray Biggie accurately.
Plus: Was Zoe Saldana's skirt short enough for the 'Star Trek' movie?
Who would've ever guessed that the man who wrote some of the dirtiest rhymes we've ever heard was so adorable as a baby?
Was that open casting call just a publicity stunt?
We've read the script and it doesn't look like Notorious B.I.G. will get the smart, probing biopic his legacy deserves.
In the past week or so ESPN.com's Bill Simmons — "The Sports Guy," a massively popular columnist who's ostensibly a sportswriter but would better be described as the National Commissioner of Bar Arguments — has started writing about "Mount Rapmore," a hypothetical rap version of Mount... well, yes.