Video: ‘Behind the Music: Notorious B.I.G.’ [Full Episode]

Notorious B.I.G.

VH1 looks back on the illustrious life of the Notorious B.I.G. on the latest episode of “Behind the Music.” The one-hour special, which was updated from its original 2001 air date, documented Biggie’s rise from the streets of Brooklyn to the throne of hip-hop before his life was tragically cut short at the age of 24. Look for commentary from his mother, Diddy, Faith Evans, and more, plus new evidence from the detective who claims he knows who murdered B.I.G.

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14 Comments

  1. Greens

    THE BEST 2 EVA DO IT. REST IN PEACE BIG

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    Aimanos Reply:

    @Greens, Still I refuse to watch this. How can you do a “Biggie behind the music” without interviewing his biggest fan and girlfriend and artist Lil’ Kim. WTF?

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    CarlosBonegro Reply:

    @Aimanos, you cant call his side hoe a girlfriend

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  2. WWHO

    I dont beleive they didn’t mention Lil’ Kim or even interview. Everyone knows they were together before, during and after the relationship with Faith.

    Biggie’s mum Miss. Wallace is a disgusting woman. She once said that Biggie should have ended his abusive relationship with Kim by shooting her. Ms.Wallace will go to hell.

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    Dro Reply:

    @WWHO, She was a mother defending her child. She never knew her son as violent at the time. After she had time to digest and learn things about her son she has sad she was sorry that all of her sons girlfriends had to go through such rough times with him.

    Another thing is Kim was Biggie’s girlfriend before fame. After he got on so to speak, she was just a chick he was screwing and that’s real. In the last interviews of his life he mentions hopes of reconciling with Faith and his love of his last official girlfriend Tiffany Lane (aka Charli Baltimore) That’s what drives Kim crazy. He saw her more as a great friend he was having sex with, told her so, and she still held a crush on the guy.
    But he treated her like property for business reasons as well as romance. He was more concerned about her getting away from him and his brand.
    If you read the Vibe article “The Diary Of Kimberly Jones” the interviews with Kim’s friends and Biggie’s friends show that he basically told her “Don’t wait on me”

    It’s well known that Kim was never the “one”.

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    CarlosBonegro Reply:

    @Dro, PREACH

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  3. Teddie

    Cheo Hodari Coker (writer, Unbelievable and Notorious): “In my last conversation with Big, he talked about getting back with Faith. And he talked about his ups and downs with Charli Baltimore. But with me, he didn’t talk about Kim. I think that’s affected Kim to this day. Her role in his life was never clearly defined. I’m sure that made getting over his death even harder. She had a whole Jackie O. performance at the funeral. And this was in front of his wife. I think she acted out because she wanted people to know she was really hurting”

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  4. key

    karma is a natural law,what goes around…..miss wallace is just a poor woman,can understand her feeling but ppl outside the house knew his son better than hersel.

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  5. uhuh

    yo suge is one scary muthafkka

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  6. Rihanna Navy

    I wish Tupac & Biggie were still alive

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  7. Gotta dn Lo2

    I remember Hearing that Lil Kim was Pregant with Biggie Child which she Never told him that @ that time instead she had an Aborting back in the day when she was with him

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  8. LV Lakers

    RIP BIGGIE & RIP 2PAC – 2 Of the Greatest

    FU*K DIDDY!!!

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  9. earl

    the lapd is a joke, This is sick when a tragedy happens to them. they cant understand why. I guarantee,another tragedy will come to them .We all reap with we sow.count on it

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  10. earl

    R.I P biggie

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