“That’s just me being a student of the game and loving the game and loving the culture and wanting to push the culture forward,” HOV claimed throughout the Twitter Spaces in event of Biggie’s 50th the other day.
Yesterday, May 21st would’ve been the 50th birthday of Biggie Smalls – had he not been unfortunately assassinated in Los Angeles back in March of 1997, causing his unforeseen fatality. Months prior to that, the hip-hop area dealt with one more damaging loss, with the murder of Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas in September of the previous year.
While a growing number of time remains to pass because we shed both MCs, their heritage survives on, prolonging much past the reach of simply rap songs.
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In event of The Notorious B.I.G.‘s incredible birthday celebration the other day, a few of his close friends held a Twitter Space, where they discussed the late Christopher Wallace, as well as exactly how the globe of hip-hop has actually transformed because his death.
“As far as Big and ‘Pac and pushing forward that’s just me being a student of the game and loving the game and loving the culture and wanting to push the culture forward,” Hov shared, exposing exactly how he had the ability to place on an endure face after being struck with such disaster.
“That was the challenge that I was faced with and that’s a void. That’s a big void. Others stepped in to fill it as well, not just myself. That’s a big void. That’s the two pillars right there. Imagine that, within a year,” he proceeded.
Sean Combs rapidly chipped in to offer JAY-Z his rightfully made blossoms, claiming, “Bro, you filled them shoes though. You came in and we definitely give thanks. You definitely came, and I just know how much Big really looked up to Jay.”
“They looked up to each other,” Puffy remembered. “That is crazy you had to step into the shoes of two people. That’s all it was was those two people. They had things on lock.”
“Hov was coming, but it was like these two cats was just so big, and so to have all of that come on you and have that responsibility to keep this shit fly and keep the art of it going. I think Hov kept the art of it going and take where they was at and take it even higher.”
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