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Born Again


Download links and information about Born Again by The Notorious B. I. G.. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:15:16 minutes.

Artist: The Notorious B. I. G.
Release date: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:15:16
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No. Title Length
1. Born Again (Intro) 1:28
2. Notorious B.I.G. (feat. Lil' Kim & Puff Daddy) 3:11
3. Dead Wrong (feat. Eminem) 4:57
4. Hope You N****s Sleep (feat. Hot Boys & Big Tmer) 4:10
5. Dangerous MC's (feat. Mark Curry, Snoop Dogg & Busta Rhymes) 5:15
6. Biggie (feat. Junior M.A.F.I.A.) 5:22
7. N****s 3:48
8. Big Booty Hoes (feat. Too $hort) 3:27
9. Would You Die for Me (feat. Lil' Kim & Puff Daddy) 3:36
10. Come On (feat. Sadat X) 4:37
11. Rap Phenomenon (feat. Redman & Methodman) 4:02
12. Let Me Get Down (feat. G-Dep, Craig Mack & Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott) 4:33
13. Tonight (feat. Mobb Deep & Joe Hooker) 6:08
14. If I Should Die Before I Wake (feat. Black Rob, Ice Cube, & Beanie Sigel) 4:51
15. Who Shot Ya 3:48
16. Can I Get Witcha (feat. Lil' Cease) 3:36
17. I Really Want to Show You (feat. K-CI & Jo-Jo & Nas) 5:09
18. Ms. Wallace (Outro) 3:18



Considering it was released almost three years after his death, it'd be easy to dismiss the Notorious B.I.G.'s third album as a cash-in or merely a tribute album, similar to Puff Daddy's No Way Out. Fact is, Born Again includes a lot of previously unheard material from Biggie, and guest spots from Busta Rhymes, Redman and Method Man, Missy Elliott, Ice Cube, and Snoop Dogg work better than could be expected. It's difficult to say where all this material came from, but it's probable that the productions were simply arranged around old rhymes from Biggie himself. On most tracks, he takes a spotlight and then the guest rapper comes in. Thanks to executive producer Puff Daddy, it'd be easy to fool those not into hip-hop that Notorious B.I.G. was still alive. The outro, a spoken-word reminiscence by Voletta Wallace (his mother) is a bit touching but also a bit ghoulish. For B.I.G. fans, this is another must-have, but for anyone who thinks the rap industry routinely goes too far in pursuit of the almighty dollar, Born Again is yet further proof.