90’s and 2000’s Remixes That Were Better Than The Original

It’s crazy what one tweet can start.

When documentarian Matthew A. Cherry asked his timeline to name remixes that came out better than the original songs, few could have guessed that he would get over 1,000 replies within a few hours.

Whether you credit Diddy or Jermaine Dupri with perfecting the remix, click through this mega-playlist to re-experience the greatest flips all time.

@DianneG kicked things f with two indisputable bangers, featuring the original Queen Bee, Lil Kim.

Rest In Power: Bad Boy Legend Craig Mack Dead At 46

Sad news this Tuesday morning.

The NY Daily News reports that original Bad Boy MC Craig Mack died heart failure in a Walterboro, SC hospital at 46.

Mack’s hit “Flava In Ya Ear” helped spark Bad Boy’s 90’s dominance, but he left the game in the mid-1990’s and slept a low prile in South Carolina until his passing.

Hit the jump to seE a classic interview between Mack and The Notorious B.I.G., plus condolences.

#TBT: Here’s Why Kandi Burruss “Felt Like Crap” The Night Biggie Smalls Died

Remember when the Notorious B.I.G. dissed the ladies Xscape in his song “Just Playing (Dreams)”?

Well, he tried to apologize to Tiny, Kandi, LaTocha and Tamika on this day in 1997 at the infamous Vibe party that happened the night he died.

Tiny went over and heard what B.I.G. had to say, but Kandi was not here for it.

A little after midnight, that same night, the Notorious B.I.G. was murdered as he left the Vibe party. At least one out the four ladies got to hear him apologize in person.

Rest In Peace to the GOAT. Hit the flip to hear the track that started Biggie’s beef with Xscape.

USA Network Explores The Murders of Tupac & Biggie From An Interesting New Angle

At the ages 24 and 25 years old, we lost two hip hop’s most influential and talented voices in eerily similar ways.

Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G were once two friends making their way through the hip-hop industry until a misunderstanding drove a wedge between the two rappers. On September 7, 1996, Tupac was shot in a drive-by shooting. Notorious B.I.G was fatally shot in a drive-by in Los Angeles on March 9, 1997.

Many theories surround their tragic deaths, however, their murders still remain unprosecuted. Now, over 20 years after the death these two icons, USA has produced a series, Unsolved: The Murders Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. that will take a deeper look into the LAPD investigations these murders and the detectives put in charge solving the case.

Emmy Winner Anthony Hemingway (The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story) serves as director and executive producer, alongside creator Kyle Long and executive producer Mark Taylor. The series goes beyond the headlines to explore the complicated friendship between these two icons, delving into a culture that both defined them and was forever changed in the wake their untimely deaths. In seeking the truth behind the conspiracies, the one question that begs to be answered is: how can a case this famous still be unsolved?

Check out the trailer below.

Unsolved: The Murders Tupac & The Notorious B.I.G. premieres February 27 at 10/9c on USA Network.

USA Network Explores The Murders of Tupac & Biggie From An Interesting New Angle

At the ages 24 and 25 years old, we lost two hip hop’s most influential and talented voices in eerily similar ways.

Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G were once two friends making their way through the hip-hop industry until a misunderstanding drove a wedge between the two rappers. On September 7, 1996, Tupac was shot in a drive-by shooting. Notorious B.I.G was fatally shot in a drive-by in Los Angeles on March 9, 1997.

Many theories surround their tragic deaths, however, their murders still remain unprosecuted. Now, over 20 years after the death these two icons, USA has produced a series, Unsolved: The Murders Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. that will take a deeper look into the LAPD investigations these murders and the detectives put in charge solving the case.

Emmy Winner Anthony Hemingway (The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story) serves as director and executive producer, alongside creator Kyle Long and executive producer Mark Taylor. The series goes beyond the headlines to explore the complicated friendship between these two icons, delving into a culture that both defined them and was forever changed in the wake their untimely deaths. In seeking the truth behind the conspiracies, the one question that begs to be answered is: how can a case this famous still be unsolved?

Check out the trailer below.

Unsolved: The Murders Tupac & The Notorious B.I.G. premieres February 27 at 10/9c on USA Network.