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REVOLT IMO | Which B.I.G. album is better: 'Life After Death' or 'Ready to Die'?


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It only took Notorious B.I.G. two albums to solidify his legendary status.

Out the gate, Big Poppa’s debut effort Ready to Die showcased his smooth-flowing lyrical prowess with standouts like “Warning,” “One More Chance” and “Juicy.” For his 1997 follow-up and final studio album, he doubled down, serving the streets with “Mo Money Mo Problems,” “Hypnotize” and “Sky’s The Limit.”

Biggie’s unmatched storytelling pushed both classic LPs to multi-platinum status making it nearly impossible to tell which one is more elite. But we want to hear from you, REVOLT Nation. Below, tell us below which one you think is BIG’s best.

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