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The Notorious B.I.G. – Ready to Die | DEHH Classic Album Reviews

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The Notorious B.I.G. – Ready to Die | DEHH Classic Album Reviews

The Notorious B.I.G.’s impact on hip hop is undeniable. Biggie’s Ready to Die was released September 13th, 1994. The 4x platinum album was the first album released on Bad Boy and featured production from Easy Mo Bee, DJ Premier, Lord Finesse, and more. Thanks to your votes, Biggie’s Ready to Die was the first selection picked by popular demand as the first album review for our new Classic Album Review series. In this video, we share our Biggie stories and much more as we discuss the album that would go on to become a classic years later. On March 9th, 1997, we lost one of the best to do it. RIP Biggie.

Dead End Hip Hop Classic Albums were in high demand and we are finally launching the series! Each month, each of us will pick an album to review. On deadendendhiphop.com (http://deadendhiphop.com/classic-albums/), you can find the five selections up for consideration for that month and the album with the most votes will be reviewed.

Also check out our other videos on the channel. We have Dead End Hip Hop Conversations, Album Reviews, Inside Looks, Indie Interviews and more. Make sure you subscribe to stay updated on new videos.

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