17 Songs, 1 Hour 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Still counted as one of the game’s finest a decade after his death, Christopher Wallace gets enough love that his Greatest Hits collection was able to debut at Number One on the album chart. Tracks from Ready to Die and Life After Death are joined by J.U.N.I.O.R. Mafia’s “Get Money” and various posthumously engineered duets. This an important reminder of a foreshortened legacy — one that will continue to thrive.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Still counted as one of the game’s finest a decade after his death, Christopher Wallace gets enough love that his Greatest Hits collection was able to debut at Number One on the album chart. Tracks from Ready to Die and Life After Death are joined by J.U.N.I.O.R. Mafia’s “Get Money” and various posthumously engineered duets. This an important reminder of a foreshortened legacy — one that will continue to thrive.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Thegift176 ,

HIP HOP IS DEAD BUT BIGGIE LIVES

Who on earth does not have everyone of these songs in their original version as well as 8 more remixed versions and still i'd rather listen to any one of these songs 20 times over than listen to the sorry excuse for hip hop that we're forced to listen to today......REST IN PEAC BIG

Samuel G ,

Great... To Great

(Read Before Purchasing)
This is a great album because it is a collection of the greatest songs by the greatest rapper of all time... The fact is: Biggie was so incredible and all of his songs were so consistant that you are better off spending the extra money and purchasing "Ready to Die" and "Life After Death." You will enjoy every track on his only two albums, two true masterpieces.

Rudabager ,

Biggie is G.O.A.T., but this is a bad compilation

Here are the REAL Biggie greatest hits:

First, his five best songs:
Kick in the Door
Unbelievable
Things Done Changed
Hypnotize
The What ft. Method Man (great chemistry between two legends)

And his other best songs in no order:
Juicy
Big Poppa
Warning
Notorious Thugs ft. BT&H (Fantastic beat)
Dead Wrong ft. Eminem
You're Nobody Till Somebody Kills You
Brooklyn's Finest- Jay-Z ft. Biggie
I Love the Dough- Biggie ft Jay-Z (Besides Method Man, Jay-z was the only rapper who didn't get shamed when working with Biggie)
Ni**as Bleed
Dreams
Gimme The Loot
Everyday Struggle

In Conclusion- the Notorious B.I.G. was the best ever and you will probably be best off just buying Ready to Die and Life After Death. If you don't want the CDs, this is a good intro.

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