”This will be the first documentary to focus on the experiences of my son’s life rather than the circumstances of his death,” Biggie's mother said. ”It is a celebration of who he was and where he came from. This is how he would have wanted to be remembered.”
The same day Sheck Wes got into a public debate with Justine Skye after she accused him of abuse, he performed at 212 Day, an event focusing on the style and culture of Harlem that also featured A$AP Rocky, Teyana Taylor, and more.
’Yo! MTV Raps’ is being reinvented for " for a new generation" and the 30th anniversary show at Barclays on June 1 includes Big Daddy Kane, Eric B & Rakim, Doug E. Fresh, KRS-One and Boogie Down Productions, EPMD, Brand Nubian, Young Black Teenagers, and many more.