Christopher Wallace, a.k.a. Biggie Smalls, was born in Brooklyn, New York, May 21, 1972. He was raised in the poor Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant as the son of a preschool teacher. Dropping out of high school at the age of seventeen, Biggie became a crack dealer, which he proclaimed was his only source of income...See full bio »
(writer: "Born Again Intro", "Hypnotize", "Going Back to Cali", "Bed Stuy Brooklyn", "Suicidal Thoughts", "Every Day Struggle", "It's a Demo", "Party & Bullshit", "Machine Gun Funk", "Juicy", "Unbelievable", "Big Poppa", "Warning", "I Love the Dough", "Get Money", "Gimme the Loot", "Who Shot Ya", "Sky's the Limit" / as Christopher Wallace / lyrics: "Pimps & Macs" / as Christopher Wallace / performer: "Born Again Intro", "Hypnotize", "Going Back to Cali", "Ten Crack Commandments", "Suicidal Thoughts", "Machine Gun Funk", "Unbelievable", "Big Poppa", "I Love the Dough")
(On Tupac Shakur's death) I was more shocked than anything, you know what I'm sayin? I wasn't shocked at him dyin I was more shocked at him...Pac'a a strong dude, ya know I know dude, ya know what I'm sayin. He's real strong. So when they was like he got shot, I was just more like 'Again?' Heh. You know what I'm sayin...
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Was in fact originally good friends with Tupac Shakur. He would call Tupac, 'Duke' and Tupac would call him 'Christopher'. However when Tupac was shot five times and robbed by gang members linked to Biggie's Bad Boy records, the two had a fatal falling out.
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