Biggie ft. 50 Cent, Bizzy Bone, Maino, Chingy, Bobby V & Chris Notez - Can I Speak To Biggie

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This past Sunday, March 9, marked the eleventh anniversary of the Notorious B.I.G.‘s tragic shooting death in 1997.  In honor of the fallen rap legend, NYC rapper/producer “Hav Boy” Monte has decided to organize an annual rap tribute (the first not organized by Diddy or Bad Boy Records) for Biggie, bringing in a different crew of artists each year to pay their respects over a new Hav Boy beat.  The first tribute in this new series is Can I Speak To Biggie, which features an intro by 50 Cent, followed by singers Bobby Valentino and Chris Notez lending their vocals to a truly hypnotic hook.  Expressing how the lost legend’s lyrics have influenced their own, Maino, Chingy, Hav Boy and Bizzy Bone all jump on the mic for a verse as well.  We’ll always love Big Poppa.  RIP Chris Wallace (May 21, 1972-March 9, 1997).

The Notorious B.I.G. 50 Cent Bizzy Bone Chingy Maino

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