The Notorious B.I.G.
B.I.G. is one of the greatest rappers of all-time. With Puffy steering the ship, B.I.G. was freely able to mesmerize people with his captivating raps. His wordplay? Second to none. Sadly, he watched his demise in 1997 when he was shot and killed in L.A. His two albums Ready to Die and Life After Death are considered bonafide classics.
Who can forget about Murder Ma$e? His laid back demeanor complimented the R&B artists of Bad Boy. He knew how to lure the ladies in with his velvety smooth 16’s. Harlem World was beyond epic.
Ma$e had a turbulent career since his Bad Boy days more than 15 years ago. He left to become a pastor, but returned to the game with Welcome Back, which was a dud. He would soon sign to 50 Cent and G-Unit, but nothing materialized from the deal. He was slated to release his new album Now We Even in 2014, but it never dropped.