FULL ALBUM Notorious B.I.G – Born Again #hiphop/rap #notoriousb.i.g.


Tracklist:

1. Born Again (Intro) 0:00
2. Notorious B.I.G. 1:28
3. Dead Wrong 4:39
4. Hope You Niggas Sleep 9:36
5. Dangerous MC’s 13:46
6. Biggie 19:02
7. Niggas 24:24
8. Big Booty Hoes 28:13
9. Would You Die For Me 31:40
10. Come On 35:18
11. Rap Phenomenon 39:54
12. Let Me Get Down 43:56
13. Tonight 48:29
14. If I Should Die Before I Wake 54:36
15. Who Shot Ya 59:28
16. Can I Get Witcha 1:03:26
17. I Really Want To Show You 1:06:52
18. Ms. Wallace (Outro) 1:12:01

Is the first posthumous album by The Notorious B.I.G. It was released on December 7, 1999. It is composed primarily of early recorded verses with newer beats and guest rappers.

The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart with 485,000 albums sold in the first week, and was later certified Double-platinum on January 14, 2000.Born Again received generally mixed reviews from music critics.

The album generally received mixed reviews from critics. In a contemporary review for Rolling Stone, Touré wrote that the “album won’t damage his legacy. But Born Again won’t improve that legacy much, either.” Rob Sheffield later wrote in The Rolling Stone Album Guide, “the posthumous Born Again proved Biggie was still dead, but his place in the MCs Hall of Fame remains untouchable.” Robert Christgau, who gave the release a “dud” rating, later wrote, “Remember that posthumous outtakes CD Bad Boy attributed to Biggie? No? Good then—it was foul, not just ill shit but stupid ill shit.”

Born Again è il secondo album postumo di The Notorius B.I.G.  L’album è stato pubblicato dalla Bad BOy Records il 7 dicembre 1999.

La pubblicazione non è avvenuta a seguito della volontà espressa da Biggie prima della morte, il disco infatti è in gran parte una raccolta di versi già registrati ed inediti, con nuove produzioni e ospiti. Assieme ai più frequenti collaboratori del rapper come P. Diddy, Lil’ Kim e Junior M.A.F.I.A., l’album contiene apparizioni di Nas, Ice Cube, Eminem, Mobb Deep, Method Man, Redman, Beanie Sigel, Too $hort, Snoop Dogg e gli Hot Boys. L’album non ha ricevuto critiche positive, soprattutto per l’impressione di essere una operazione meramente commerciale con materiale che lo stesso Biggie aveva preferito non pubblicare in vita o nell’album postumo Life After Death da lui concepito.

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