The Notorious B.I.G. Life After Death
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LambsBread
March 15th 2015


6523 Comments


hahaha

I remember it not being too bad as a tiny kid

PappyMason
March 16th 2015


5702 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I forgot how much fun 'The World Is Filled' is.

Mack daddy anthem right there.

beefshoes
April 9th 2015


7557 Comments


Both are far from being his best tracks, but Mo Money Mo Problems and Juicy are probably my favorite BIG songs. I remember hearing both on the radio quite often when I was a kid, and they bring back all sorts of cool memories.

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random
April 11th 2015


2772 Comments


"I GREW UP A FUCKING SCREW-UP!"

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BigPleb
August 29th 2015


59863 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Fuck You Tonight is a banger, awesome beat.



Album isn't RTD lvl but not much is tbh.

PappyMason
March 28th 2016


5702 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

[2]



Still, such a great listen. Wish the dude was able to leave us with more material...

romulanrancor
June 7th 2016


7419 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

solid album, just nowhere near RTD level



sspedding
June 9th 2016


5249 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

average should be much higher.

doctorjimmy
July 27th 2016


386 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Can someone explain to me why this album is considered a classic? No offense, but

a) Generic beats (if I want mainstream biggie, I have Big Poppa and Juicy thank you).

b) Too soaked in the superficial side of mafioso rap.

c) too long



Yeah, biggie has a killer flow and rhyme schemes, but what about the actual instrumentals behind him?

romulanrancor
July 27th 2016


7419 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I don't know why you consider the beats to be generic? i mean, it is an old album so it's not going to sound like it's particularly original

doctorjimmy
July 28th 2016


386 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I find the samples to be generic R&B choices, really. The professionalism of the production is of course there, but the beats feel too watered down. Only Hypnotize, Kick In The Door, 10 Crack Commandments and Sky's The Limit are great beats, imho

bloc
February 7th 2017


57941 Comments


Never got into this one tbh

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tellah
April 6th 2017


889 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

great double disc. A lot of these had a ton of stinkers but this is really consistent

Hawks
April 6th 2017


73699 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Ehhhhhh not really. Some really good stuff, but a lot of it is boring.

tellah
April 6th 2017


889 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

imo first disc especially is really consistent

Keyblade
July 31st 2017


28103 Comments


Fucking You Tonight never gets old

Deez
July 31st 2017


5115 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Its like 60/40 Good tracks/Lame tracks but the 60 fucking rule

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Deez
July 31st 2017


5115 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

in fact Fk it. 70/30

EyesWideShut
July 31st 2017


5165 Comments


Watch the flick The King of New York.. Then come back to this joint.. The beats sound more polished and luxurious because it was fitting his Frank White persona, he was the boss.. Instead of standing on the corner, he's riding in the back of a Bentley.

Lyric and flow wise he's still as vicious as Ready To Die.. Some of his best storytelling with plenty of classic songs.

Drifter
July 31st 2017


16169 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Best biggie agreed. Wish I still had this 5d but I just can't anymore. Used to be my fav album for months after first hearing it



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