Okay, so maybe it’s a little tasteless to turn the theme song for a podcast about a real-life murder into a dope hip-hop track, but this Fafu remix of the “Serial” theme with Biggie’s “Somebody’s Gotta Die” is too good not to share. (Frankly, I think you could remix anything with Biggie and it would sound amazing. Check out the Gratefully d.e.a.d. mixtape to hear what I mean…) [Death & Taxes]
I have had a pretty high tolerance for Miley’s antics, but I have to wonder how Afeni Shakur and Voletta Wallace feel about this 20-year-old twit wearing their dead sons’ faces across her ass in yet another attempt to prove how “down” she is. Call me crazy, but I find Miley’s red carpet outfit at last night’s MTV EMAs to be disrespectful. [Photos: Getty Images]
Roughly 15 years after Notorious B.I.G. was murdered during a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles, his autopsy has been revealed showing shocking details into the shooting which left the rapper dead.
TMZ revealed the gruesome details behind the shooting, revealing that the 6’1” B.I.G, whose real name was Christopher Wallace, was shot four times. Three of the shots missed vital organs and are noted as non-fatal shots. Read more…
New York DJ Scott Melker wanted to make a remix of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” that would stand out, so he decided to mash the softspoken Australian artist with the late Brooklyn rapper Notorious B.I.G. “Everyone has remixed Gotye. But nobody has done it like this,” says Scott on his blog. “‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ is a song about being pissed off at a woman. [B.I.G.'s] ‘Dead Wrong’ is similar, but far more aggressive. I think Gotye needs to be more aggressive. I … helped him out.”
I don’t think I’ve ever laughed so hard at a video of a baby crying in my life. Possibly I’ve never laughed at a video of a baby crying, since I don’t generally find sobbing infants all that amusing, but this baby … well, she has some very unique taste in lullabies, let’s put it that way!
Only one song by one rapper does the trick when this tiny girl gets the blues … apparently her parents did try other types of music to soothe the savage baby, but nothing had quite the same effect.
“Notorious,” the biopic of larger-than-life rapper Chris Wallace, a.k.a. The Notorious B.I.G., is out today. The movie chronicles Biggie’s life from his Brooklyn childhood to his death by gunfire. Even if you haven’t been touched by Biggie’s music, you’ll be moved by his rags-to-riches life story. [$24.49, Amazon] Keep reading »