Notorious B.I.G.’s “Life After Death” Was Released 23 Years Ago Today
The world was still mourning the murder of Notorious B.I.G. when his second album was released 23 years ago today. Life After Death hit on March 25, 1997. It was just weeks after Biggie was killed on March 9th.
The double album featured classics like Hypnotize, Mo’ Money, Mo Problems. Goin’ Back To Cali, Sky’s The Limit and Ten Crack Commandments.
On this day March 25, 1997: The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Life After Death” was released just days after his untimely death.
Here, Biggie explains the meaning behind the title of album to Joe Claire during an interview on Rap City. pic.twitter.com/Lco3HT57hF
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The album hit number one and became a Diamond seller with over 10 million copies purchased.