The Notorious B.I.G. – Mo Money Mo Problems (Official Music Video) [4K]



Official Music Video for The Notorious B.I.G. feat. Mase & Puff Daddy – “Mo Money Mo Problems”
Director: Hype Williams
Join The Christopher Wallace Estate and Bad Boy / Atlantic / Rhino Records in celebrating 25 years of Life After Death and 50 Years of Christopher Wallace. The Super Deluxe 8-LP Box Set of The Notorious B.I.G.’s opus Life After Death is available worldwide now. Learn more about what’s in the release and order yours now at https://Big.lnk.to/LADSDlx

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From ‘Life After Death’ (1997) Listen to the album here https://Rhino.lnk.to/lifeafterdeathstrm

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The Notorious B.I.G. channel is the official YouTube home of The Notorious B.I.G. featuring his catalog of official music videos. The Notorious B.I.G. is widely recognized as one of the world’s most influential rappers and has sold more than 17 million albums in the U.S. alone. Before his murder in 1997, Christopher Wallace recorded two classic albums as The Notorious B.I.G. His debut Ready to Die arrived in 1994 and helped revitalize the East Coast rap scene with massive hits like “Big Poppa” and “Juicy.” Life After Death was released in March 1997 just weeks after he was shot and killed in Los Angeles. The record topped the U.S. album charts and featured the hits “Hypnotize” and “Mo Money Mo Problems.” It remains one of the few hip-hop albums to ever achieve Diamond certification from the RIAA.

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  1. I remember sitting in the cafeteria at WMU during college. Normally the cafeteria is quiet, stupid TV playing for static noise, I always ignored it. But..then I hear this song, my ears perk up instantly and was like WTF is this? Sounded amazing. I look up at the TV playing there, and see puffy and shiny suites (was like WTF shiny suites?) and saw puffy and Mase dancing and was like wow, also very cool choreography, never saw that style of dancing before, so simple yet so cool, and thought dang this is something, not your normal stuff. Reminds me of when I was at Lumen Christi way back in High School. Went to Hockey practice at 6am. Just got into the parking lot when I hear Snoop Dog and Dr. Dre sing their new song on the radio The Next Episode and was like wow, this is something. Both times, just epic, something so different. 2 songs / groups that changed hip hop in so many ways.

    Now-days all rap is total shit.

  2. ffs he's got a golf glove on both hands

  3. Every Time ,We all have more problems, as'e

  4. Woke up and blamed this danced to the coffee machine

  5. Need beer. Call don't mention

  6. What up. Lexa, my mi mi amore wife. My wife. What up. There go ya cutie, talking bout Alex, Memphis, Alonzo, Sonny

  7. My favorite song of all time

  8. .;5(!?;$’ NBC fun NC d try jcff F jbb B scbiyccn(..(?fhbio

  9. Anyone can steal a song a put their own lyrics to it! “I’m Coming Out” (Diana Ross)

  10. I had one of those white tracksuits 😂. Hey I was 16 🤷🏾‍♀️

  11. Do these dummies do anything but wave their arms around? Wtf

  12. Can’t forget kelly price voice

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