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The Notorious B.I.G. - Life After Death (1997)

Author: Dictator on 10-08-2018, 10:59

The Notorious B.I.G. - Life After Death (1997)

Artist: The Notorious B.I.G.
Title: Life After Death
Year Of Release: 1997
Label: Bad Boy Records
Genre: R&B, Soul, Hip-Hop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Total Time: 2:00:52
Total Size: 768 Mb


CD 1

01. Life After Death Intro (1:40)
02. Somebody's Gotta Die (4:27)
03. Hypnotize (3:49)
04. Kick In The Door (4:47)
05. Fucking You Tonight (feat. R. Kelly) (5:46)
06. Last Day (feat. The LOX) (4:19)
07. I Love The Dough (feat. Jay-Z & Angela Winbush) (5:13)
08. What's Beef? (5:15)
09. B.I.G Interlude (0:48)
10. Mo Money Mo Problems (feat. Mase & Puff Daddy) (4:17)
11. Niggas Bleed (4:51)
12. I Got A Story To Tell (4:43)
13. B.I.G Interview (Bonus Track) (11:28)

CD 2

01. Notorious Thugs (6:08)
02. Miss U (4:59)
03. Another (feat. Lil' Kim) (4:15)
04. Going Back To Cali (5:07)
05. Ten Crack Commandments (3:24)
06. Playa Hater (3:58)
07. Nasty Boy (5:34)
08. Sky's The Limit (feat. 112) (5:29)
09. The World Is Filled... (feat. Too Short & Puff Daddy) (4:55)
10. My Downfall (feat. DMC) (5:27)
11. Long Kiss Goodnight (5:19)
12. You're Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You) (4:54)

Life After Death, The Notorious B.I.G.'s second and final full-length studio album, which also serves as his first posthumous release, begins where its predecessor, 1994's Ready to Die left off: with the narrator dying from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. The blast comes courtesy of a large-bore cartridge from a high-powered revolver, while his best friend and confidante-played by label boss and possible svengali, Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs-listens in disbelief, possibly willing him back to life, possibly imagining an alternate reality where Christopher Wallace remains alive.

Ready to Die, Biggie's previous album, also began with heart-pulling cinematic flourishes, featuring a decade-spanning montage that played as a mini saga telling the tale of a small-time street thug who was raised in a dysfunctional home and turned into a formidably successful rapper. But where the first album started with a feeling of hope arising from the muck and mire of urban poverty, Life After Death announces itself in much starker fashion.

The proper arrival of this album comes on "Somebody's Gotta Die," a pure revenge tale. It begins sometime within the last record's timeline, with Big "sittin' in the crib dreamin' about Learjets and coupes, the way Salt 'shoops', and how to sell records like Snoop," when a fellow small-time drug dealer and jailmate informs him that a mutual friend has been shot for robbing a crack dealer in a most ruthless manner ("pistol whipped his kids and taped up his wife"). Big's reaction is immediate: "Is he in critical? Retaliation for this one won't be minimal 'cause I'm a criminal; way before the rap shit, bust the gat shit-Puff won't even know what happened." We're settling into a bloody noir, complete with well-developed minor characters harboring demented pathos and subtle foreshadowing-all this before any hints of a radio single.

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