Lil Cease Gives Details Behind Classic Life After Death References [Part Two]

Earlier this week, XXL posted the first of two installments in which Lil Cease and Banger of Junior M.A.F.I.Agave readers and behind-the-scenes look on some of  The Notorious B.I.G.’s Life After Death‘s most memorable lines and characters. Here, Cease breaks down Disc Two of the Bedford Stuyvesant lyricist’s masterpiece. —Shaheem Reid (@ShaheemReid) and Ralph Bristout (@RalphieBlackmon)

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  • Super Dave

    I am very happy that late great B.I.G daughter did get to go to college like he wanted! I am not buying that they didn’t know pac was going to get shot at quad studios nyc. Now that Jimmy and two of the allegedly shooters are locked up the truth will be told. Pac has a song call I’m not mad at ya. In any event I don’t think b.I.G had anything to do with pac death. Two great lives are lost and many more that they were feeding. we have to stop the violence and learn how to settle our disputes peacefully. Great article and I wish that we can learn from their death’s rest in peace Super Dave Harlem

  • Enlightened

    See, that’s the stuff I don’t respect. Unlike a lot of people, I read all these interviews and I guess they think people forget about them.

    I clearly remember the Lil’ Cease interview (in XXL at that) where he said “Long Kiss Goodnight” was 2Pac diss. Puffy denied it, but Cease said it was. He even went as far as to say that Puffy made BIG take some of the stuff out because it was too inappropriate to say.

    Now Cease knows how bad that makes B.I.G. look, and he wants to change the story. I never respected that about them. How are you going to act quiet and scream peace and act like you’re getting bullied, and then as soon as the man dies it’s basically “ah ha you’re dead, piss on your grave.” To me, if you weren’t saying it when he was alive, you don’t say it when he’s dead. Looks real cowardly.

  • giantnyc

    @Enlightened – I also remember Cease saying that it was aimed at Pac.