NOTORIOUS B.I.G

Summary of BTS x Celeb Interactions @ the BBMAS:

  • The Chainsmokers-Hung out with them before the show
  • Camilla Cabilo-Met after winning their award. Tae told her he loved her voice.
  • Desiigner-He told them: “Congratulations, y’all some real n**gas” LOL. Jungkook and him are fellow 97 liners, like how.
  • Halsey-Complimented them saying their music videos are awesome and got a picture with them during the show.
  • Celine Dion’s Son-Apparently is a fan and snapped a pic on the carpet with them before the show. 
  • Ansel Elgort-Tweeted a picture joking about joining a K-Pop band.

Other:

  • DJ Khaled was in awe of them as they walked to the stage.
  • Taehyung was seen crooning along to Versace on the Floor by Bruno Mars.
  • Jungkook fist pumped when they said Justin Bieber as the nominee for Top Male Artist and got hype during Nicki Minaj’s performance when Moment 4 Life came on.
  • When The Notorious B.I.G. was mentioned by P. Diddy, Namjoon put out his hands like “Yessss” 

Two decades after his death, Tupac Shakur is still the headline-generating, record-selling, contentious figure that he was in life. From DJ Funkmaster Flex’s recent tearful Tupac rant to the fresh diss tracks it generated in response, our obsession with the legend continues to grow. And it’s bigger than hip-hop. All Eyez On Me, Shakur’s long-awaited biopic, premieres June 16, a new Tupac documentary is also coming from director Steve McQueen (12 Years A Slave), and the USA Network has a fall series (Unsolved) in the works that dramatizes the unsolved murders of Shakur and friend-turned-foe the Notorious B.I.G.

In advance of All Eyez On Me, I wanted to talk to friend and investigative reporter Ben Westhoff. He spent five years researching Shakur and the many theories surrounding his death for his book about the heyday of West Coast gangsta rap, Original Gangstas, now out in paperback.

All Songs +1: Why We’re Still Obsessed With Tupac

Photo: Steve Eichner/Getty Images

anonymous asked:

BTS just did an interview & they mocked Desiigner about how he acted when meeting them 😂 they also said they liked Nicki's performance. When the interviewer asked about collabs with any celeb dead or alive, J-hope chose Tinashe (as usual lmao), Taehyung chose Whitney Huston, Jimin chose Wiz Khalifa, Suga chose Tupac & Rapmon chose Notorious B.I.G ❤️❤️😩

All B L A C K 🔥

BTS AS: CHOREOGRAPHY FROM 1 MILLION, part II

Hoseok: Smooth Criminal-Michael Jackson. Choreo by The B.I.P.S.

Jimin: See You Again-Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth. Choreo by Yoojung Lee.

Taehyung: Sugar-Maroon 5. Choreo by Lia Kim.

Jungkook: Body On Me-Rita Ora. Choreo by May J. Lee.

Yoongi: X-21 Savage and Metro Boomin. Choreo by Mina Myoung.

Namjoon: Old Thing Back-Notorious B.I.G. Choreo by Sori Na. 

Jin: Treasure-Bruno Mars. Choreo by May J. Lee.

Part I

YALL REMEMBER BACK IN THE DAY WHEN WE WERE NODDING OUR HEADS TO THE SOUNDS OF:

Grandmaster Flash, Melli Mel, Kurtis Blow, Kool Moe Dee, Stetsasonics, Afrika Bambata, KRS-1, Public Enemy, LL Cool J, Erik B n Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, EPMD, Special Ed, Queen Latifah, Money Love, MC Lyte, RUN DMC, A  Tribe Called Quest, Naughty By Nature, De La Soul, Digable Planets, NWA, Wu Tang Clan, Outkast, Gang Starr, Notorious B.I.G, Tupac, Beastie Boys, Nice & Smooth, Snoop, etc.

THE LIST GOES ON & ON. SO POP A CD, SPIN SOME VINYL, OR CLICK YOUR FAV MUSIC APP N NOD YOUR HEADS TO THE GREATEST.

REMINISCE

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Com Truise - Controlpop (The Notorious B.I.G. Remix)

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Notorious Knees

Knee Socks by Arctic Monkeys vs. Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G. & Take Me Out by Franz Ferdinand.