Wednesday, March 9, 2011

and if you don't know, now you know...

Can't believe it's been FOURTEEN years since Biggie died.

I was at my girl Jakissa's wedding reception last night and the DJ started playing a 5-song Notorious set. Believe me when I tell you, as soon as the first beat hit the energy of entire party shot up 10 points like it was back in 1994. You know those days when dancing for hours in 5-in heels didn't actually hurt your feet until the next morning/ afternoon when you finally woke up.

But that's what good music does.

R.I.P. Christopher Wallace.

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