Celebrate The Life of Biggie Smalls

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Biggie Smalls

Celebrate The Life of Biggie Smalls

A celebration is in order- more so for his life than his music; lost as such a young age, which till this day confuses me because of his presence.  He had this responsible, seriously grown, business persona that would have had me bet the house that his age surpassed what it did in numbers technically.  To say the least hip hop nor NYC itself has recovered from the tragedy that occurred March 9th 1997 but persons who remain unknown and uncharged.
The day may commemorate that nightmare, yet the beautiful of any occurrence is the ability to be spun.  There’s an old ideology that spurns a look at the glass as half full rather than half empty.  When it comes to death, more so than a lot of things adopting that perspective helps.
To assist in this case, look no further than the efforts initiated by his rap group/ his friends/ his family- The Junior Mafia.  Brought to the forefront by B.I.G and his efforts on classics such as “Playaz Anthem” and “Get Money” which gave the JM much acclaim.  To date the return on his investment, his loyalty, his effort is there’s
JM has organized a celebration which @ Santos Play House in New York City on March 9th from 10:00pm- 4AM. Co-sponsored by City for Change, a new charitable movement founded by Seandra Sims and Allhiphop.com co founder Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur
Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Christopher Wallace foundation
Guest Appearances and Performances include: Junior Mafia, Smoke Dza, Bossman, R.E.Ks, Ludy Luck, DJ 50 Grand and DJ Esquire performing sets B.I.G classics
Legendary Personality DJ Premiere who is responsible for “Unbelievable” and “Ten Crack Commandments” as well Easy Mo Bee “Warning” and “Gimme the Loot” will be on hand.

A celebration is in order—more so for his life than his music; lost at such a young age, which until this day confuses me because of his presence.  Biggie Smalls had this responsible, seriously grown, business persona that would have had me bet the house that his age surpassed what it did in numbers. To say the least Hip-Hop nor NYC itself has recovered from the tragedy that occurred March 9th 1997, but the culprits remain unknown and uncharged.  The day may commemorate that nightmare, yet the beauty of any occurrence is the ability to be spun.  There’s an old ideology that spurns a look at the glass as half full rather than half empty.  When it comes to death, more so than a lot of things, adopting that perspective helps.

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Rest in peace Biggie Smalls.

 

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