1. See, Hear: The Notorious B.I.G. Hanging Out at the Hit Factory Recording Studio (circa 1993).

    See, Hear: The Notorious B.I.G. Hanging Out at the Hit Factory Recording Studio (circa 1993).

    As we once again mourn another year without the physical presence of the Notorious B.I.G., here's a candid, fly-on-the-wall look at the fallen rapper during what appears to be a recording session for the Lord Finesse-produced track "Come On," which featured Sadat X (or is the beat in progress "Suicidal Thoughts" from Ready to Die ...? Let us know what you think in the Comments Section). Listen in on Big as he talks with his crew about the "Impeach the President" drum break, jokes with Finesse about Red Hot Lover Tone (later to become one half of Trackmasters) and quotes old school Warner Bros. cartoons to describe the reaction to his powerful music.
     
    (Props to SHOTCALLAZMUSIC for the upload.)




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    • Jamar

      Thank you for this. Just to watch this : Amazing

    • http://twitter.com/whitesaid @whitesaid

      If the choices are "Suicidal Thoughts" and "Come On" then I vote "Come On". "Suicidal Thoughts" was late in the recording process, this video seems to fit more with the raw/street half of the album ('93/Uptown)...

      Criminal that the version of "Come On" with the widest spread release is that Clark Kent remix.