was closely associated with two high-profile women. Included in the Undeas/Big Beat/Atlantic Records collective was Lil’ Kim, a New York MC also signed to the label as a soloist. In one passage, she chronicled a confrontation with her husband’s mistress: Faith Evans Is Working On A Duets Album Featuring Vocals Of Her & Biggie (Audio) “I decided that I needed to know once and for all what Big was really trying to do.That same year, Biggie would record extensively with his group, Junior M. As soon as I saw a small lump next to Big’s large frame, I flew into a rage, ran over to the side of the bed, and pulled back the covers. rushed to Kim’s aid to intervene during the altercation.I stopped throwing punches for a minute to get a good look at the chick I was beating up. She was completely butt-naked, yelling as I pushed her around the room.” Lil’ Kim Clarifies Biggie Smalls Writing Her Verses, Wants Credit From Beyonce (Video) Faith would later write that the members of Junior M. Kim left the house and I stayed, talking to Big about why he couldn’t be honest with me about her.” Kim also wrote about Biggie’s infidelities with another Lance “Un” Rivera-backed artist, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s Charli Baltimore.In the memoir, Faith sympathized with the Brooklyn, New York-based MC, who would enjoy mainstream solo success before, and especially after Biggie’s 1997 murder. Big had a wife, and she settled for messing with him.When it’s all said and done, 2016 may go down in history as the year of Hip-Hop revelations.
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I grabbed some chick out of the bed and started beating her ass. Faith revealed that when she later left the residence, she noticed that Kim had completely keyed her Toyota Land Cruiser.
At some point, the chick’s wig came off in my hand; it was a short, cropped wig. She explained how the night ended, “He sat up in bed shaking his head.
The hits weren’t only reserved for acts on the label, Murder Inc also crafted smash hits for Jennifer Lopez, Fat Joe, Mary J. But things soon came crashing down when a federal case forced label heads and brothers Irv and Chris Gotti into a fight for their freedom.
To make matters worse, the label’s archenemy 50 Cent and his G-Unit collective’s hostile rap takeover drove fans to reject the Murder Inc’s previously lucrative sound.