23 years after his death, The Notorious B.I.G. was recognized once again with prestigious induction in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.
The ceremony, where Biggie got his legendary name inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame was held on Saturday (November 7) on HBO.
With selected family members paying tribute to the late rapper, as well as Diddy and other New York legends like Jay-Z and Nas, the ceremony’s broadcast highlighted some of BIG’s glorious moments.
“Nobody has come close to the way Biggie sounds, to the way he raps, to the frequency that he hits. Tonight we are inducting the greatest rapper of all time into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Notorious B.I.G. representing Brooklyn, New York, we up in here!” – Diddy said.
The news for Biggie’s nomination came at the end of 2019 and one year later, the “Juicy” rapper was honored in one of the most prestigious ways possible. The Notorious B.I.G.’s official Instagram page uploaded a short video with the iconic crown and sign “You Did It B.I.G.”.
The crown used for “The King Of New York” photo session, was up for auction back in August 2020 with a starting price of $300.000.
You can watch the full ceremony of Biggie’s induction on HBO.