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Black Metropolis: Notorious R.I.P.

Michael A. Gonzales, New York Press, 19 March 1997

THE CONCEPT of tragic irony is becoming all too popular in the hip hop nation; it has started to affect me on a personal level. Although I usually like to sleep late on Sunday mornings, I had woken early to listen to the advance of the Notorious B.I.G.'s newest album Life After Death... Till Death Do Us Part, the rapper's followup to his poetic platinum debut Ready to Die.

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