Mix CD: DJ A to the L – Notorious BIG 2013 Tribute Mix

DJ A to the L - Notorious BIG 2013 Tribute Mix

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16 years since the Notorious BIG passed away, and most of his music is still as relevant as ever. There’s a reason why Biggie features on most peoples’ top emcees lists… below is a little reminder (with a few little extra treats tucked away in the mix for good measure.)

Rest in peace, Christopher Wallace.

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DJ A to the L – Notorious BIG 2013 Tribute Mix by Deejay Atothel on Mixcloud

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01) Intro
02) Isley Brothers – Between The Sheets
03) Notorious BIG – Big Poppa
04) Supercat ft Notorious BIG – Dolly My Baby
05) Diddy ft Notorious BIG – Angel
06) Lil Kim ft Notorious BIG – Drugs
07) New Birth – You Are What I’m All About
08) Junior Mafia – Player’s Anthem
09) Notorious BIG – Dead Wrong
10) Notorious BIG – Suicidal Thoughts
11) Notorious BIG – Ready To Die
12) Notorious BIG ft Method Man – The What
13) Notorious BIG – Warning
14) Total – Can’t You See
15) Notorious BIG – Ten Crack Commandments
16) Notorious BIG ft Redman & Method Man – Rap Phenomenon
17) Debarge – Stay With Me
18) Notorious BIG – One More Chance
19) Notorious BIG ft R.Kelly – I’m Loving You Tonight
20) Sylvia Striplin – Can’t Turn Me Away
21) Junior Mafia – Get Money
22) Screamin’ Jay Hawkins – I Put A Spell On You
23) Notorious BIG – Kick In The Door
24) Diddy – All About The Benjamins
25) Jay-Z – Public Service Announcement
26) Craig Mack – Flava In Ya Ear (Remix)
27) Kanye West – Flashing Lights
28) Notorious BIG – Juicy
29) Notorious BIG – Unbelievable
30) Notorious BIG – Who Shot Ya?
31) Notorious BIG – I Got A Story To Tell
32) Notorious BIG – MSG Freestyle
33) Notorious BIG – Hypnotize
34) Jay-Z & Notorious BIG – Brooklyn’s Finest
35) Biz Markie – Nobody Beats The Biz
36) Notorious BIG – Party & Bullshit
37) Notorious BIG – Going Back To Cali
38) Mary J Blige ft Notorious BIG – Real Love (Remix)
39) Notorious BIG – Real G’s Do Real Things (Freestyle)
40) Notorious BIG – Mo Money, Mo Problems

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