Definitive Notorious B.I.G. Song List! (part 2)

Definitive Notorious B.I.G. Song List! #25 – 21 

#25. Just Playing (Dreams) – “Ooh Regina Belle, she’d probably do me swell. Jasmine Guy was fly, Mariah Carey’s kinda scary. Wait a minute, what about my honey Mary? Them jeans they fitting like a glove. I had a crush on you since Real Love.”…

#24. The What ft. Method Man – “I used to get feels on a bitch. Now I throw shields on the dick, to stop me from that HIV shit. And niggas know they soft like a Twinkie filling. Playing the villain, prepare for this rap killing. Biggie Smalls is the illest, your style is played out. Like Arnold on that, “What you talkin’ bout, Willis?”.”…

#23. Puff Daddy ft. Lil’ Kim & The Lox – It’s All About the Benjamins – “Listen close, it’s Francis, the Praying Mantis. Attack with the MAC, my left hand spit. Right hand grip on the whip for the smooth getaway. Player haters, get away or my lead will spray. Squeeze off ’til I’m empty, don’t tempt me. Only to Hell I send thee, all about the Benjis, what.”….

#22. One More Chance / Stay With Me (remix) – “First things first: I, Poppa, freaks all the honeys. Dummies, Playboy bunnies, those wanting money. Those the ones I like ’cause they don’t get nathan, But penetration. Unless it smells like sanitation. Gar-bage, I turn like doorknobs. Heart throb never, Black and ugly as ever.”…

#21. Suicidal Thoughts – “When I die, fuck it, I wanna go to hell. ‘Cause I’m a piece of shit, it ain’t hard to fuckin’ tell. It don’t make sense, goin’ to heaven with the goodie-goodies. Dressed in white, I like black Timbs and black hoodies.”…

Definitive Notorious B.I.G. Song List! #20 – 16

#20. Party and Bullshit – “I was a terror since the public school era. Bathroom passes, cutting classes, squeezing asses. Smoking blunts was a daily routine. Since 13, a chubby nigga on the scene. I used to have the trey-deuce, And the deuce-deuce in my bubblegoose. Now I got the Mac in my knapsack.”…

#19. What’s Beef – “Ha ha ha ha ha, check out this bizarre. Rapper style used by me, the B.I.G. I put my key, you put your key in, money we’ll be seein’. Will reach the fuckin’ ceiling, check-check it. My Calico been cocked, this rap Alfred Hitchcock. Drop-top-notch, playa-hatin’ gon’ stop. This instant, rappers too persistent. Quick to spit Biggie name on shit, make my name taste Like ass when you speak it, see me in the street. Your jewelry? You can keep it, that be our little secret. See me, B, that is, I that is, gee-whiz. Motherfuckers still in my biz.”…

#18. You’re Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You) – “Shit’s official, only the Feds I fear. Here’s a tissue, stop your bloodclaat crying. The kids, the dog, everybody dying, no lying. So don’t you get suspicious. I’m Big Dangerous you’re just a Lil Vicious. As I leave my competition, respirator style. Climb the ladder to success escalator style. Hold y’all breath, I told y’all. Death controls y’all, Big don’t fold y’all, uhh. I spit phrases that’ll thrill you. You’re nobody til somebody kills you.”…

#17. Notorious Thugs ft. Bone Thugs-n-Harmony – “Armed and dangerous, ain’t too many can bang with us. Straight up weed, no angel dust. Label us “Notorious. Thug-ass niggas that love to bust,” it’s strange to us. Y’all niggas be scramblin’, gamblin’. Up in restaurants with mandolins and violins. We just sittin’ here tryna win, try not to sin. High off weed and lots of gin. So much smoke, need oxygen. Steadily countin’ them Benjamins. Nigga, you should too if you knew what this game’ll do to you. Been in this shit since ’92. Look at all the bullshit I been through.”…

#16. Long Kiss Goodnight – “I make your mouthpiece obese like Della Reese. When I release you lose teeth like Lil’ Cease. Nigga please, blood floods your dungarees, And that’s just the half of my warpath. Laugh now cry later, I rhyme greater. Than the average playa hater and spectators. Buy my CD twice, they see me in the streets They be like, “Yo he nice, but that’s on the low though”.”…

Definitive Notorious B.I.G. Song List! #15 – 11

#15. I Got a Story to Tell – “I kick flows for ya, kick down doors for ya. Even left all my motherfuckin’ hoes for ya. Niggas think Frankie pussy-whipped, nigga, picture that. With a Kodak, Insta-ma-tac. We don’t get down like that, lay my game down quite flat.”…

#14. Sky’s the Limit ft. 112 – “You want to see the inside, I see you later. Here comes the drama, oh. That’s that nigga with the fake, blaow. Why you punch me in my face? Stay in your place. Play your position, here come my intuition. Go in this nigga pocket, rob him while his friends watchin’, And hoes clockin’.”…

#13. Warning – “Who the fuck is this? Paging me at 5:46 In the morning, crack of dawn and. Now I’m yawning, wipe the cold out my eye. See who’s this paging me and why? It’s my nigga, Pop, from the barbershop. Told me he was in the gambling spot and heard the intricate plot. Of niggas wanna stick me like flypaper, neighbor. Slow down love, please chill, drop the caper.”…

#12.  Junior M.A.F.I.A. – Get Money – “Shit got hot: you sent Feds to my spot. Took me to court, tried to take all I got. ‘Nother intricate plot, the bitch said I raped her. “Damn, why she wanna stick me for my paper?” My Moschino hoe, my Versace hottie. Come to find out you was fucking everybody.”…

#11. Ten Crack Commandments – “I’ve been in this game for years, it made me a animal. There’s rules to this shit, I wrote me a manual. A step-by-step booklet for you to get. Your game on track, not your wig pushed back. Rule Nombre Uno: never let no one know. How much dough you hold cause you know. The cheddar breed jealousy ‘specially. If that man fucked up, get yo’ ass stuck up. Number 2: never let ’em know your next move. Don’t you know Bad Boys move in silence and violence?.”…

Definitive Notorious B.I.G. Song List! #10 -06

#10. Craig Mack ft. L.L. Cool J, Busta Rhymes & Rampage – Flava In Ya Ear (remix) – “Disappear, vamoose, you’re wack to me. Take them rhymes back to the factory I see, the gimmicks, the wack lyrics. The shit is depressing, pathetic, please forget it. You’re mad ’cause my style you’re admiring. Don’t be mad, UPS is hiring. You shoulda been a cop, fuck hip-hop. With that freestyle, you’re bound to get shot. Not from Houston but I Rap-A-Lot, pack the gat a lot. The flav’s ’bout to drop, uhh.”…

#09. Puff Daddy ft. Busta Rhymes – Victory – “The son of (*Satan*), they say my killing’s too blatant. You hesitatin’, I’m in your mama crib waitin’. Duct tapin’, your fam’ destiny. Lays in my hands, gat lays in my waist. Francis, M to the izz-H phenomenal. Gun rest under your vest by the abdominal. Rhyme a few bars so I could buy a few cars, And I kick a few flows so I could pimp a few hoes. Excellence is my presence, never tense. Never hesitant, leave a nigga bent real quick. Real sick, raw nights, I perform like Mike. Anyone — Tyson, Jordan, Jackson. Action, pack guns, ridiculous. And I’m, quick to bust, if my ends you touch.”…

#08. Going Back to Cali – “Uhh, when the la-la hits ya lyrics just splits ya. Head so hard, that your hat can’t fit you. Either I’m with ya or against ya. Format venture, back through that maze I sent ya. Talking to the rap inventor. Nigga with the game tight, fifth of that flame right. Spell my name right, B-I, double-G, I-E. Iced out, lights out, me and Cease-a-Leo. Getting head from some chick he know. See it’s all about the cheddar, nobody do it better. Going back to Cali, strictly for the weather Women and the weed – sticky green. No seeds bitch please, Poppa ain’t soft.”…

#07. Gimme the Loot – “Nigga, you ain’t got to explain shit. I’ve been robbing motherfuckas since the slave ships. With the same clip and the same .45. Two point blank, a motherfucker sure to die. That’s my word, nigga even try to bogart. Have his mother singing, “It’s so hard.”.”…

#06. Mo Money Mo Problems ft. Mase & Puff Daddy – “B-I-G P-O-P-P-A, no info for the DEA. Federal agents mad ‘cause I’m flagrant. Tap my cell and the phone in the basement. My team supreme, stay clean. Triple beam lyrical dream, I be that.”…

Definitive Notorious B.I.G. Song List! #05 – 01

#05. Kick in the Door – “Your reign on the top was short like leprechauns. As I crush so-called willies, thugs, and rapper-dons. Get in that ass, quick fast, like Ramadan. It’s that rap phenomenon Don Dada, fuck Poppa. You got to call me Francis M.H. White. Intake light tokes, tote iron. Was told in shootouts, stay low and keep firin’.”…

#04. Big Poppa – “To all the ladies in the place with style and grace. Allow me to lace these lyrical douches in your bushes. Who rock grooves and make moves with all the mamis? The back of the club, sippin’ Moët is where you’ll find me. The back of the club, mackin’ hoes, my crew’s behind me. Mad question askin’, blunt passin’. Music blastin’, but I just can’t quit. Because one of these honeys Biggie got to creep with. Sleep with, keep the ep a secret, why not? Why blow up my spot cause we both got hot?”…

#03. Juicy – “It was all a dream, I used to read Word Up! magazine. Salt-n-Pepa and Heavy D up in the limousine. Hangin’ pictures on my wall. Every Saturday Rap Attack, Mr. Magic, Marley Marl. I let my tape rock ’til my tape popped. Smokin’ weed in Bambu, sippin’ on Private Stock. Way back, when I had the red and black lumberjack. With the hat to match.”…

#02. Who Shot Ya – “Who shot ya? Separate the weak from the obsolete. Hard to creep them Brooklyn streets. It’s on nigga, fuck all that bickering beef. I can hear sweat trickling down your cheek. Your heartbeat sound like Sasquatch feet. Thundering, shaking the concrete. Then the shit stop when I foil the plot. Neighbors call the cops, said they heard mad shots.”…

#01. Hypnotize – “Hah, sicker than your average. Poppa twist cabbage off instinct. Niggas don’t think shit stink. Pink gators, my Detroit players. Timbs for my hooligans in Brooklyn. Dead right, if the head right, Biggie there e’ry night. Poppa been smooth since days of Underoos. Never lose, never choose to, bruise crews who. Do somethin’ to us, talk go through us. Girls walk to us, wanna do us, screw us. Who us? Yeah, Poppa and Puff. Close like Starsky and Hutch, stick the clutch.”…

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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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Best Notorious B.I.G Songs of All Time!

#25. Things Done Changed – “Things Done Changed” in “ghettos across all of the United States, in the late 80’s/early 90’s . Fist fights had turned into shootouts. “Cook outs” had turned into shootouts. “Cleaning your car”at a car wash establishment had turned into… You get the point…

#24. Ready to Die – Even from the onset of his rap career, death was an ever present thought on the mind of Biggie Smalls. Not many “cats” that are Twenty-one years of age are contemplating death. Biggie was very different individual from that aspect. He knew his life could be taken away at any moment, and he lived his “life to fullest”, or in his case the “biggest”…

#23. Old Thing Back “Matoma Remix” ft. Ja Rule and Ralph Tresvant  – A “new” take on some classic B.I.G. verses from the song “One More Chance”. This song was a surprise “viral smash” that came out of nowhere in early 2014. To this day it has one of the highest view count’s on Youtube for any “Notorious B.I.G. song”. This is a crazy thing to think about, considering Big’s amazing catalog of hits…

#22. Unbelievable – I don’t hear many people mention this joint at all… DJ Premier is on the production for this record. “Ready to Die” has to be considered a “top 5” hip hop record of all time.  I’m sorry if you don’t agree with that statement, but it was just an “unbelievable” project when it came out… Did you see what I did there?….okay I’ll stop now…

#21. The What ft. Method Man- This wasn’t necessarily a “dream” collaboration for me, but it was definitely cool to see a member of “the Wu” link up with Frank White at least once during his lifetime. Raekwon and Ghost Face had an “underlying beef” with Biggie over accusations by them of Biggie “biting” their “flows” and “slang”. Method man was probably the best available option at the time…

#20. What’s Beef – This track has a very “mafioso” vibe to it. Jay-Z’s “Reasonable Doubt” had come out the year prior to this, and was a very “influential” album for the time period. Jay-Z is infamously known for “biting” Biggie’s work, but i feel the opposite is true here. Where was all this “mafia” shit in “Ready to Die”???… Exactly!…

#19. Notorious Thugs ft. Bone Thugs-N-harmony – This has to be one of the most copied flows in rap history. A “who’s who” of artists have tried their hand with this flow to no avail. Biggie was naturally just that dope eternally. Bone Thugs appear on here as well. I can understand approximately 50% of their lyrics on this song. That’s a pretty high percentage when it comes to “deciphering” lyrics from this group, so kudos to them I guess…

#18. Machine Gun Funk – Lyrically a really dope track. Some of my favorite Biggie “moments” reside on this track. When he sings “what’s love got to do” and then flips his flow “on it’s head”. Yeah that’s “that shit right there”. Dope!…

#17. Party and Bullshit – The most “slept on” Biggie track ever! Most of y’all probably haven’t even heard of this record before. It predates “Ready to Die” by a year, so this is technically Big’s “first single”…Technically speaking… technically…

#16. One More Chance/ Stay With Me (Remix) – Something was just “off” about the original that the remix fixed. If I had to guess what was “off” in the original, my guess would be the instrumental. It was a really “subdued” beat that didn’t really suit the song very well in my estimation…

#15. Your Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You) – This song has one of my favorite rap verse’s of all time! Ill shut up now… “Here’s a tissue, stop your blood clot crying, The kids, the dog, everybody dyin’, no lying. So don’t you get suspicious, I’m Big Dangerous you’re just a little vicious. As I leave my competition, respirator style, Climb the ladder to success escalator style. Hold y’all breath, I told y’all, death Controls y’all, Big don’t fold y’all, uhh I spit phrases that’ll thrill you. You’re nobody til somebody kills you.”… Classic!…

#14. Dead Wrong ft. Eminem – The two most “talented” individuals in rap history on the same track… You knew this shit was gonna be good… Oh, and for all the “ten year old’s” out there. Biggie Smalls never knew or worked with Eminem while he was alive. This is what you call a posthumous track. That means he was already dead when this track came out. I just wanted to clear that up…

#13. I Got a Story to Tell – Beautiful string melody on this song! Frank White’s “story telling” ability was on full display throughout this track… Google “Anthony Mason”, if you want to learn more about the “back story” of this song…

#12. Long Kiss Goodnight – This Track is f#cking brutal! This song is the equivalent of “pissing on” someones grave after they passed. After listening to this track I have a hard time believing that Puffy didn’t have anything to do with 2pac’s murder. He’s literally “foaming at the mouth” in parts of this song. Maybe it’s a good thing that “rap beef” isn’t real anymore…

#11. Warning – It annoys me how many different voice’s Puffy had to “play” in the “Ready to Die” album. They didn’t have anyone else in the studio capable of doing a “voice over” back then???…

#10. Ten Crack Commandments – My favorite Notorious track of all time! Why is this “my favorite”? Probably because this is one of the few Biggie records that “the radio” hasn’t “run into the ground” yet…The Chuck D sample adds a nice subtle touch to this one as well…

#9. Gimme the Loot – There was supposed to be a “Gimme the Loot” remix featuring “Nasty” Nas… Yeah that almost happened…

#8. Going Back to Cali – Frank White pays homage to California on this Classic joint. “Thinkin ima gonna stop giving L.a. props? All i got is beef  with those who violate me, I shall annihilate thee!”. That line still sends a slight “shiver” down my spine…

#7. Sky is the Limit ft. 112- I love the intro to this track! “He coined the phase going from ashy to classy”, always makes me smile when I hear it…

#6. Mo Money Mo Problems ft. Puff Daddy, and Mase – The record that turned Mase into a bonafide super star. You know you have the best “top 5” of all time when a song of this caliber doesn’t make the cut…

#5. Big Poppa – Best Hook Ever! Best instrumental on a Biggie track ever! This song was an easy choice for the number 1 spot on my list!… Oh wait it’s number 5?… What the f#ck!?!…

#4. Who Shot Ya – LL Cool J made a response song to this song called “I Shot Ya”. Listening to this song I never understood why LL perceived this as a diss track “coming at him”, but hey whatever. Both songs are great so I’m not going to complain too much…

#3. Juicy – Easily the most popular Biggie song of all time. It’s the classic tale of going from “rags to riches”, and so on… You guys know this song!… I’ll stop my annotation here then…Okay?… Thanks…

#2. Kick in the Door – Nas was a popular target during the mid 90’s. This song is primarily a warning to Nas   to “know his role”, and to stay in “his  place”. I guess the message worked???…

#1. Hypnotize – This song goes 100 mph from “the jump”, and never let’s down for a second. Biggie’s flow is relentless, and the hook  is as infectious as any hip hop song of the past 30 plus years. This is the song that “stood out” the most to me in Biggie’s music catalog. You could make an argument that any of the songs in the “top 5” could’ve been in the “number 1” spot on my list. The Notorious B.I.G.’s “upside” was incredible!…


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