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Producer Statik Selektah surprised the game last night by dropping an unreleased Notorious B.I.G. verse.

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Some new Biggie for you? (Bored on a Sunday). Even the biggest Notorious fans prob don’t know this verse. Salute @everydayisacanvas for the reminder.

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It's been made into a tack called "Bastard Child."

While the first verse of "Bastard Child" is unheard, the second verse is actually on the original version of the Big track "Dead Wrong", before Eminem joined the fun.

It sounds like we will be getting more new Biggie material next week from creative director Joe Lyons, who worked with Salektah on "Bastard Child".

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A lot of you may (or may not) know that I have a background in the music industry which dates back to college when I was Dj-ing. I’ve been collecting music my whole life and this pandemic has me itching to do my next #collaboration project. – – I’m excited to announce that on May 14th, here on #Instagramlive I will be doing a session of my most rare #biggiesmalls aka #notoriousbig demos and freestyles. I have one of the most complete collections of his #recordings that exists and I will be playing early versions that many people have never heard before. If you are a huge fan and collector of Biggie’s music you likely have heard most of these tracks, but tune in for a trip down memory lane to the early 90s when #nychiphop ruled – – Mark your calendars and tag your friends

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"I’m excited to announce that on May 14th, here on #Instagramlive I will be doing a session of my most rare #biggiesmalls aka #notoriousbig demos and freestyles. I have one of the most complete collections of his #recordings that exists and I will be playing early versions that many people have never heard before. If you are a huge fan and collector of Biggie’s music you likely have heard most of these tracks, but tune in for a trip down memory lane to the early 90s when #nychiphop ruled," Lyons typed.

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