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The last verses The Notorious B.I.G. recorded were on Puff Daddy’s “Victory”

The last verses The Notorious B.I.G.—also known as— recorded were on Victory off Puff Daddy’s debut studio album No Way Out. The song also featured Busta Rhymes and was originally titled Hell Up in Harlem. ’s verse on Victory was recorded on March 8th, 1997, a day before he was killed. Victory peaked at No. 19 on the Hot 100.The song was produced by Stevie J & Diddy and released as a single on March 17, 1998, a year after Biggie was killed.

The last verses The Notorious B.I.G. recorded were on Puff Daddy's "Victory"

The song received a very expensive video directed by Marcus Nispel. spent $2,700,000 on production for the music video.

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Although the Kitchen Tour was the first U.S. Hip-Hop Tour, the Fresh Fest Tour was the first major U.S. Hip-Hop tour

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