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Voletta Wallace played herself in the original video, lending even more weight to the song's purported "realness."
This is a favorite Biggie video for many, showing Biggie at the height of his fame and fortune and supposedly responsible for starting the shiny suit trend among rappers (though, as Biggie suggested, mo' money might have meant mo' problems…).
His audience on a Brooklyn street corner is super excited about pre-fame Biggie's skills.
This track was supposedly a part of fanning the flames of the East Coast/West Coast rivalry, although for the most part it's just about taking a drug- and sex-filled trip to L.A.
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