Biggie Smalls Bad Boy T

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Biggie Smalls Bad Boy T

49.99

1990's Bad Boy heavy quality T.

Measurements are: pit to pit 22'" and 30.5" collar to hem.

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Bad Boy Records (also known as Bad Boy Entertainment) is an American record label founded in 1993 by Sean Combs. Today, it operates as an imprint of Epic, a division of Sony.

The rapid success of Notorious B.I.G., and Bad Boy as a company, raised some tensions, especially with the Los Angeles, California-based Death Row. For 2 years leading up to 1995, West Coast Hip Hop, dominated by Death Row, had been preeminent in mainstream Rap. Suge Knight, CEO of Death Row, held Sean Combs responsible for the shooting death of his friend Jake Robles, allegedly at the hands of Sean Combs' bodyguard. Tensions were heightened when Death Row signed superstar rapper 2Pac, who alleged that Bad Boy, notably The Notorious B.I.G. and Puff Daddy, had been complicit in the November 1994 shooting of him in the lobby of Quad Studios in Times Square.

After the June 1996 release of "Hit 'Em Up", smearing Bad Boy, tensions escalated. Tupac was shot in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 7, 1996. 2Pac died September 13. Bad Boy issued a statement of condolences. On March 9, 1997, while Bad Boy were preparing the release of Biggie's double album Life After Death, he was killed in Los Angeles, California. Their deaths left many to speculate if the coastal hostility had been responsible for their deaths. The police investigations were criticized by public and judicial sources. Both cases remain officially unsolved.