Best Notorious B.I.G. Song “Features” of All Time!

#10. Mary J. Blige – Real Love (hip hop remix) – If you were ever under the assumption that Kendrick Lamar or Eminem were the first rappers to “cross over” to a “pop” audience, think again. The “Notorious one” did it way back in 1992 with this smash hit “Real Love”. Now I understand Run-DMC did the same thing with AeroSmith years before this song as well, but that song “sucked”, and this song is a “borderline” hip hop classic. I’m sure LL Cool J did the same thing too, but when I think of a “great” hip hop “crossover” record, this one usually is the first to come to my mind…

#9.Junior M.A.F.I.A. – Player’s Anthem – “Grab your d#ck’s if you love hip hop”, yeah that pretty much sums up this track…

#8. Jay-Z – Brooklyn’s Finest – I have to be honest with you, i’m kind of disappointed with how this record turned out. I’m not saying this isn’t a good song or anything (it’s number 8 on my list), but this should’ve been an easy “top 5” considering who was involved. I wanted to “love” this track, instead of just “liking” it…

#7. Diddy – Victory 2004 – I don’t know what was in the room when everyone sat down and made this track, but EVERYONE on this song perform’s WWWAAAYYY better than anyone could’ve imagined. Diddy’s verse is “ghost writing” at it’s finest. “Extra” Notorious B.I.G “Victory” verse’s is always a good thing…

#6. 2pac – Runnin’ – I understand that this is a “Frankenstein” track that was put together long after both of these “brotha’s” had died, but  DAMN this track “bump’s in the whip”! Shout out to Feefo (Dead End Hip Hop)…

#5. Puff Daddy and The Family – It’s All About the Benjamins – Biggie was just on “another level” during this time period. There is a lot of “great” MC’s on this track, and Biggie “outshine’s” all of them. Changing the instrumental at the end probably helped contribute to this a little…

#4. Puff Daddy and The Family -Been Around the world – Biggie sings the hook of this song… That’s unheard of!… The “Caribbean” vibe of this song keep’s this song sounding fresh, even 20 years later…

#3. Junior M.A.F.I.A. – Get Money – Who is the Junior M.A.F.I.A. anyways? Where do they appear on this track? It make’s since that their debut album was entitled “Conspiracy” because i’m not convinced that this “group” even exists… Definitely more “questions than answers” on this classic hip hop joint…

#2. Craig Mack – Flava In Ya Ear (remix) – If you ever wondered what the definition of a hip hop “one hit wonder” was, it would probably look something like Craig Mack’s career. At least he has one classic record “under his belt”, it could’ve been worse…

#1. Puff Daddy and The Family – Victory – There was “zero doubt” in my mind that this would be the “number 1” song on my list. If you wan’t to have a “good laugh”, check out Dipset’s version of this song. It’s a “diss track” aimed at Jay-Z, and it’s funny as hell. I don’t think that was their original intention, but hey whatever…


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