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Busta Rhymes tweeted a link to Rap Radar's post on "I Knock You Out," a new track from Busta that takes Biggie's verse from the "All Men Are Dogs" remix. You can listen to it over there.

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Back in September, we learned that Biggie's son, Christopher Jordan Wallace, would be featured in a new Will Ferrell movie, "Everything Must Go."

The movie now has a website and will be in theaters on May 13. They have also released a trailer, which you can watch below and download from Apple's website.

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Last year, Diddy was asked by Rap Radar who the baby on the cover of "Ready to Die," The Notorious B.I.G.'s debut album, was.

Michael J. Feeney of the New York Daily News found out. Keithroy Yearwood, now 18, is the name of the child who appears on the cover of the 4 times certified platinum album. See photos and video on the Daily News website.

Via Rap Radar.

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In honor of the 14th anniversary of the passing of The Notorious B.I.G., posted a previously unreleased snippet where Slim of 112 shares some thoughts about The Notorious B.I.G.

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In honor of the 14th anniversary of the passing of The Notorious B.I.G., The Source spoke with Biggie's manager Wayne Barrow and the.LIFE Files talked with Clark Kent, who used to DJ for Biggie and produced "Brooklyn's Finest."

One of the things Kent discusses is how he tried to convince Biggie that Jay-Z was a great artist.

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In honor of the anniversary of The Notorious B.I.G.'s passing, Jadakiss talked with MTV News' Jayson Rodriguez about how Biggie attended his birthday party when they were new to Bad Boy and how much it meant to him.

He also shared some general reflections and where Biggie would be today if he were still alive. Listen below.

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Fourteen years ago today, The Notorious B.I.G. passed away. At this point, that's all I need to say. The greatest rapper of all-time died on March 9. Rest in peace.

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Basketball player Shaquille O'Neal and his relationship with The Notorious B.I.G. is highlighted on the latest edition of ESPN's "Outside the Lines."

In the clip, which you can watch below, O'Neal discusses not only their friendship, but also the night that Biggie was killed. That night, he says, the plan was that he would meet up with Biggie and Diddy at a party, but he fell asleep. He wonders whether that would have changed what happened next.

Diddy and Lil' Cease were also interviewed for the segment.

Via Rahman J. Dukes.

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NBC New York reports that Birdel’s Records, a Brooklyn-based music shop, has closed it's doors. According to the owner, Joe Long, a young Christopher Wallace used to sample records in the basement. Long has decided to retire after working in the store for 44 years (and owning it for 33).

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CBS Los Angeles has a story about a newly revealed court record pertaining to testimonial made by an inmate who shared a cell with former LAPD officer Rafael Perez.

The inmate alleges that Perez, and another former LAPD officer, David Mack, were associated with Death Row and that Perez passed along the location of Christopher Wallace (The Notorious B.I.G.) to Mack at least one point during the event.

“Perez was working security. Perez had a cell phone. Perez said he called over to Mack, David Mack on his cell phone. Perez told Mack that Biggie Smalls was in his truck. Perez never said that he set up Biggie Smalls but I have heard that he…had something to do with that murder,” according to the inmate.

Perez was on-duty on the night that Wallace was killed and both he and Mack have denied their involvement.

Via News One.

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