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Busta Rhymes 729165 Busta Rhymes Feat. Notorious B.I.G.   Ill Knock You Out

Another new cut from Busta, premiered last night during Funkmaster Flex’ segment on Hot 97. This time with a recycled Biggie verse from All Men Are Dogs.

Download: Busta Rhymes Feat. Notorious B.I.G. – I’ll Knock You Out

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LA Times has the whole story behind this revelation. Read it here.

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Something for the UGK fans. Noisey.com premiered today their new Bun B documentary, shot during this year’s SXSW festival. Above we have the introductory segement, and after the jump we have 4 performance videos from Bun’s set at the Noisey showcase.

Via NR.

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EDO G FINAL FRONT 540x540 Ed O.G.   Righteous Way

Renowned lyricist Ed O.G. prepares to drop his new project Faces In The Crowd, which will drop in stores and digitally on May 17th and feature guest apperances by his Special Teamz brethren Slaine and Jaysaun, Bishop Lamont, M1 of dead prez and Chali 2na, as well as production from DJ Premier, Statik Selektah, M Phases and others.

Download: Ed O.G. – Righteous Way

Props to eskay.

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Bottles Go Bang 540x540 N.O.R.E.   Bottles Go Bang ft. Styles P & Prodigy

N.O.R.E comes through with the big collabo which will appear on his upcoming S.U.P.E.R.T.H.U.G. album. Clean CDQ version for now.

Download: N.O.R.E. – Bottles Go Bang feat. Styles P & Prodigy

Via HHNM.

EDIT: Updated with the official artwork.

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Footage of Pete Rock & Smif N Wessun finalizing their album Monumental, in stores June 28th.

Via NQM.

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Notorious B.I.G. Junior Mafia ICEDOTCOM Pic of the day FBI Releases Documents On Notorious B.I.G. Murder

New information about Notorious B.I.G.’s murder has been released. Last week, the FBI revealed an online reading room called The Vault that allows for a search of the bureau’s documents as part of the Freedom of Information Act and B.I.G. murder documents reveal some new data on the case that many were unaware of before.

Records of an FBI probe into the unsolved case of Biggie’s murder appear in The Vault including information about the the way the New York emcee was killed in Los Angeles. It seems he was shot with a German-made Gecko 9mm gun, one that is not commonly found in the United States. The FBI investigation also provides information about some Los Angeles Police Department officers involved with the case having gang ties. It also reveals details about how they were able to hinder the process of the investigation by not properly documenting or following up on witness statements related to the killing of Christopher Wallace. The FBI also has uncut video footage of the shooting, according to AllHipHop.com reports.

While most of the information related to the murder has been known by the public, other news did surface through The Vault. A list of the items B.I.G. had at the time of his death have now become known, as seen in this excerpt of a document provided by The Smoking Gun. As shown, Biggie was said to be carrying a plastic baggy with marijuana, an asthma inhaler and 3 Magnum condoms. That evening, he was wearing Karl Kani jeans, Timberland boots and a Bernini sweater.

View the FBI documents here.

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beastie boys hsc2 Beastie Boys   Make Some Noise

The first single from Beastie Boys’ highly anticipated new album Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, in stores May 3rd.
BTW the single artwork is a little bit out there.

Download: Beastie Boys – Make Some Noise

Green Hitz exclusive.

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Producers Pete Rock, Sean C, and LV catch up on Grind Music radio to talk about how the Pete accidentally started out on the radio and worked with Heavy D and Marley Marl at the age of 15. Pete Rock also touches briefly on the origins of the instrumental for The Notorious B.I.G.’s Juicy and reveals his top 5 favorite producers of all time.

Via Karmaloop TV.

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