| 1. Life After Death Intro|
2. Somebody's Gotta Die - The Notorious B.I.G.
3. Hypnotize - The Notorious B.I.G.
4. Kick in the door
5. "!"@ you tonight
6. Last Day
7. I Love the dough
8. What's Beef?
9. B.I.G. Interlude
10. B.I.G. Interlude
11. Mo money mo problems
12. Niggas bleed
13. I got a story to tell
14. Notorious thugs
15. Miss U
17. Going back to Cali
18. Ten crack commandments
19. Playa hater
| 20. Nasty boy|
21. Sky's the limit
22. The World is filled
23. My Downfall
24. Long Kiss goodnight
25. You're nobody ('til somebody kills you)
26. Notorious Thugs - The Notorious B.I.G.
27. Miss U
29. Going Back to Cali - The Notorious B.I.G.
30. Ten Crack Commandments
31. Playa Hater - The Notorious B.I.G.
32. Nasty Boy
33. Sky's the Limit - The Notorious B.I.G.
34. World Is Filled...
35. My Downfall
36. Long Kiss Goodnight - The Notorious B.I.G.
37. You're Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You) - The Notorious B.I.G.
Written on: 22/01/2009
Good Points,okay..Mo Money Mo Problems, Hypnotize, I Love The Dough, Notorious Thugs..theres only one person who could spit these flows and that is biggie! Basically this album is a masterpiece straight up! When i bought this album it wos in ma boombox for weeks,i couldnt stop listening. I especially like disc1 because when i listen to the lyrics it maked me think there is no-one else that do it as good,this man is somthing..there is no-one realer! If you don't have this album,i recomend it... (read more)
Written on: 12/06/2008 by balkan247
Life after Death was a big release if you consider the fact that Biggie was dead before it was released. Not to mention at the time it was released few hip hop artists successfully had released double disc LPS. Notorious B.I.G changes his approach to this album a lot which worked out great for him. He starts strong on the intro and goes hard to the very end with few break in between. The sets a vibe of a Godfather movie mixed in a pot with Heat and New Jack City. Two discs contain the story... (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2005 by Kary12345
This album, Notorious BIG, Life After Death, is truly epic. It merits at least a 9.5 and any one who begs to differ has no taste in hardcore rap. It maybe true that "Ready To Die" was slightly more hardcore but in both cases Notorious BIG's laid back, monotonous flow is infectious and never wears thin. RIP B.I.G (read more)
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