Here's how NYC is celebrating Biggie Smalls' 50th birthday

Late New York City rapper Biggie Smalls is getting a very New York celebration for what would have been his 50th birthday: メトロカード.

    その芸術家, also known by the stage name Notorious B.I.G., was born Christopher Wallace on May 21, 1972, in Bedford-Stuyvesant, ブルックリン. After releasing two Grammy-nominated studio records, Wallace was shot and killed at 24 ロサンゼルスで. His murder is still unsolved.
      Special-edition MetroCards aren’t the only way the city is celebrating Biggie’s birthday. The Empire State Building will also light up in red and white and feature a spinning crown on its mast to honor the rapper’s legacy, ニュースリリースによると. Members of Wallace’s family, including his children T’yanna Wallace and Christopher Wallace, ジュニア, mother Voletta Wallace, and widow Faith Evans, participated in a lighting ceremony Friday, says the release.
        From one icon to another, the Empire State Building is honored to celebrate the life and legacy of the Notorious B.I.G. with an authentic experience for his family, 友達, and fans in the heart of New York City,” said Abigail Rickards of the Empire State Building in the release.
          T’yanna Wallace announced on Instagram that she will host a pop-up at Lilly’s Pizza Bar in Brooklyn.
            In early June, the Lincoln Center will honor the rapper’s work with a freeorchestral tribute,” そのウェブサイトによると.




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