Someone is going to be VERY HAPPY when they WIN this 25th ANNIVERSARY of the SUPER DELUXE EDITION of the FINAL STUDIO ALBUM from the “ICONIC RAP LEGEND”……NOTORIOUS B.I.G.

Keep reading to find out how YOU can WIN this special, deluxe edition!

During Black Music Appreciation month, we often see interesting and amazing titles released that appeal to the hard-core collectors and fans.

Here is one of the collector’s editions I am most excited about!

VINYL COLLECTORS……this one is for YOU!!!!

The Notorious B.I.G / “Life After Death” 25th Anniversary “SUPER DELUXE” edition was just released. This was the FINAL studio album from “Biggie Smalls”

The Life After Death 25th Anniversary Super Deluxe Boxed Set consists of 8-LPs and a commemorative booklet featuring rare photos from the album cover shoot, liner notes by Sheldon Pearce, and exclusive reflections from members of the team who worked on the original album release. In addition to the original album, it includes the Hypnotize 12″, Mo Money Mo Problems 12″, Sky’s The Limit 12″, and Nasty Boy 12″.

Upon its 1997 release, Life After Death debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200. It was the first album to feature two back-to-back posthumous #1 singles, “Hypnotize” and “Mo Money Mo Problems.” The album received a GRAMMY® nomination in the category of “Best Rap Album.” “Hypnotize” earned a GRAMMY® nomination for “Best Rap Solo Performance,” and “Mo Money Mo Problems” was nominated for “Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group.” Among dozens of lists and retrospectives, Rolling Stone touted Life After Death among its coveted “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.” The RIAA has awarded the album a Diamond Certification for more than 5 million copies sold of the double-LP.

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The Notorious B.I.G. Life After Death (25th Anniversary Edition) Deluxe Edition, Boxed Set, Anniversary Edition on DeepDiscount

Here is a personal remembrance with Biggie!

One of my most cherished moments in my position as a music buyer was going to a lunch meeting with 2 new “Bad Boy” artists. I met with Craig Mack who had a HUGE song on the radio with “Flava in Ya Ear.” It was 1994 and Bad Boy also brought their other new artist to the lunch. The artist was “Biggie Smalls” who would also be known as “The Notorious B.I.G” and “BIGGIE”…..and  later as “RAP SUPER STAR and LEGEND”

Although Biggie’s first album was released one week prior to Craig Mack, it was Craig who had the first big single release and he was incredibly happy to tell “EVERYONE” about it.

I watched as Craig and Big devoured many appetizers, entrees, and drinks. We discussed how they got signed to their record deals and their excitement about being signed by Sean “Puffy” Combs on his new record label “Bad Boy Records” (founded in 1993). I remember that a huge topic of the lunch was their feelings about the OJ Simpson trial that was happening at the time. I remember Biggie saying,

“It does not matter if he gets off on this trial because he will be judged again when he meets his maker someday, he will pay if he killed those people.”

That conversation has always stuck in my mind because back then you just did not mention this topic much because there were so many mixed feelings about it. But Craig and BIG brought it up so I chimed in that I felt the same way as they did. At some point OJ would come before the only real witness and his eternal judge.

Big and Craig both had great manners and they were witty. Craig made it a point to tell all our servers that he had a hit song on the radio, and he asked them to turn MTV on their TV screens in the Tony Roma’s where we were eating in Carson, California.

It did not take long before Craig’s video showed up during our lunch. We screamed when it came on and several servers gathered around our table to watch it.

Craig was much more outspoken and flamboyant than Biggie. I made a point of telling the servers that Biggie had a GREAT album, and they were going to hear a lot from him in the future. To me Biggie’s song “Juicy” was already a hit and a song that I would spin as a DJ.

I could not help but notice Biggie while Craig’s video was playing. Big was supportive but he seemed a little quiet while the video was on. Big was never disrespectful in any way to Craig while we were together. But I did have the sense that BIG was quiet but confident in himself. He was a complete gentleman to me. I later pulled BIG aside to tell him that I was totally in love with his album, and I thought his song “Juicy” was going to eventually be HUGE at radio. I told him that his time was coming, and his album was  going to be BIG just like his name. I will never forget the smile and hug he gave.


I am making this simple, so everyone has a GREAT chance to win!

We will randomly choose a winner from all our entries on MONDAY, JULY 11, 2022

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GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!