Lil Kim, Fat Joe and many more attended Biggie’s 50th birthday party

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Celebrating Biggie's 50th birthday

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We will always love Big Daddy who celebrated his 50th birthday with a star. Lil Kim Last weekend.

Presented by Lexus and Pepsi, the 2nd annual Biggie Dinner Gala is out Swing, Defeat, Fat Joe, Lil ‘off, Junior Mafia, CJ Wallace, Tayanna Wallace, Smiff-n-Wesun, Tech and steelJeen-Yuhs Filmmaker Cuddy, Caesar Emanuel Black ink crew, KimbellaAnd much more for a glamorous evening at Guastavino’s in NYC.

Celebrating Biggie's 50th birthday

Source: Jamel Martin of JMartinvisuals

Including performances of Biggie’s iconic hits, the epic theme (powered by Culture Creative – a black-owned Emmy Award-winning agency established to connect brands with emerging cultural marketing powerhouse players through innovative and authentic storytelling – was legendary. Considered the greatest rapper of all time.

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BIG’s untouchable talent continues to resonate through hip-hop and inspires generations of artists to be the best versions of themselves.

Last year, Netflix released the documentary ‘Biggie: I Got A Story To Tell’, which marked the beginning of the favorite rapper’s journey to become one of the most influential rappers of all time.

Created in collaboration with Biggie’s Estate, I Got a Story to Tell is an intimate portrait of a Brooklyn rapper whose rise to fame and tragic death have been the subject of rap for more than twenty years.

Directed by Emmet Malay, the documentary features rare footage filmed by Biggie’s best friend Damien “D-Rock” Butler and new interviews with his closest friends and family, revealing an aspect of Christopher Wallace that the world never knew.

“This is the first estate-supported, stamped documentary,” Butler, Big’s lifelong friend, said in an interview. GQ. “It just felt more family-oriented… it’s just a different kind of story. You’ve learned something you didn’t know about Biggie, and a lot of people who grew up with her didn’t know half the thing. A lot of people are watching it, and my phone has been blown up, like, “Wow, like, we didn’t know that. Thank you for sharing.”

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