Notorious B.I.G honoured with special orchestral celebration

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Legendary Brooklyn rapper Notorious B.I.G, would have turned 50 in May and on Friday (June viagra women 10), Lincoln Center held a special orchestral celebration of his legacy and music.
Supported by The Estate of the Notorious B.I.G., the concert symphony performance featured several of Biggie’s biggest songs from Ready To Die and Life After Death and also performances from the NYC DJ collective The Originals featuring Clark Kent, Stretch Armstrong, Rich Medina and Tony Touch.
Several of Biggie’s closest friends and family attended the event, including his mother Voletta Wallace, his son CJ Wallace, daughter Tyanna Wallace, Fat Joe, Angie Martinez and more.
The Hip Hop legacy of Biggie was further cemented by Rolling Stone who ranked his 1997 double-disc bayer levitra brand 10 mg order online Life After Death as the No. 59 greatest rap album of all-time and his 1994 debut Ready To Die as the greatest rap album of all-time.