The Notorious B.I.G. - Duets: The Final Chapter
1. B.I.G. Live In Jamaica (Intro)
2. It Has Been Said - Eminem, Obie Trice & Puff Daddy
3. Spit Your Game (ft Krayzie Bone & Twista)
4. Watchu Want (ft Jay-Z)
5. Get Your Grind On (ft Big Pun, Fat Joe & Freeway)
6. Living The Life (ft Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, Faith Evans, Cheri Dennis & Bobby Valentino)
7. The Greatest Rapper (Interlude) - Christopher "C.J." Wallace
8. 1970 Somethin' (ft The Game & Faith Evans)
9. Nasty Girl (ft Puff Daddy, Nelly, Jagged Edge & Avery Storm)
10. Living In Pain (ft 2Pac, Mary J. Blige & Nas)
11. I'm With Whateva (ft Lil' Wayne, Juelz Santana & Jim Jones)
12. Beef (ft Mobb Deep)
13. My Dad (Interlude) - Tiana Wallace
14. Hustler's Story (ft Scarface, Akon & Big Gee)
15. Breakin' Old Habits (ft T.I. & Slim Thug)
16. Ultimate Rush (ft Missy Elliott)
17. Mi Casa (ft R. Kelly & Charlie Wilson)
18. Little Homie (Interlude) - Lil' Cease
19. Hold Your Head (ft Bob Marley)
20. Just A Memory (ft Clipse)
21. Wake Up (ft KoRn)
22. Love Is Everlasting (Outro) - Voletta Wallace
Limited Edition Bonus CD:
1. Want That Old Thing Back (ft Ralph Tresvant & Ja Rule)
2. Running Your Mouth (ft Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, Foxy Brown, Fabolous & Busta Rhymes)
Released: December 20, 2005
See Also: Duets: The Lost Chapter
More: The Notorious B.I.G.
Comments: Somebody doesn't know the meaning of the word duet. Dictionary.com defines duet as "n 1: two items of the same kind [syn: couple, pair, twosome, twain, brace, span, yoke, couplet, distich, duo, dyad, duad] 2: two performers or singers who perform together [syn: duette, duo] 3: a pair who associate with one another; "the engaged couple"; "an inseparable twosome" [syn: couple, twosome, duo] 4: a musical composition for two performers [syn: duette, duo] 5: (ballet) a dance for two people (usually a ballerina and a danseur noble) [syn: pas de deux]". Even without the definition I would have said two people singing together. Only three of these songs have only two people. The fact that all guest appearances were added years after The Notorious died negates the possibility of this even being considered a collaboration CD. What this really is is remix album.
Semantics aside, they actually did a pretty good job. They definitely did a better job than the countless 2Pac remix albums that have been released since his death. They do use quite a few Big verses that have already been released in other songs, but that's excusable given that it is a remix album. The only real problems I have with this album are; too much Puff Daddy, too much down south shit and Nelly appears.
The bottom line is it's a pretty nice remix album, but I can't recommend anyone purchase it. I would never buy anything that features Nelly, because he's not a rapper and the fact that he is considered to be is a disgrace to Rap and Hip-Hop, so I can't suggest that anyone else does. - D (4:45 PM 1/2/2006)
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