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Mister Cee reflects on Big's loyalty and generosity.
Raekwon recalls the last time he saw Big.
Bizzy and Krazy Bone remember the unforgettable recording session with Big.
DJ Premier reflects on the "Unbelievable" recording session with Big.
DJ Enuff recalls Big's run-in with Patti LaBelle over his verse in “Dreams of F**kin' an R&B B***h.”
Clark Kent talks about how Biggie started Junior M.A.F.I.A.
Easy Mo Bee remembers the 'Running From the Police' studio session with Biggie and Pac.
112 talks about why they believe Biggie was always in their corner.
Stevie J rehashes the 'Notorious Thugs' studio session with Big and Bone Thugs.
Charli Baltimore reflects on the Christmas gift that started her rap career.
Funkmaster Flex recalls the curious way B.I.G. laid down his bars.
Lil' Cease recalls his last conversation with Biggie.
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Daz Dillinger recalls how 'Pac made his first big-money feature, which led to him signing to Death Row.
Too $hort discusses the many layers of Tupac Shakur.
E.D.I. Mean recalls the Outlawz's “Made N****z” studio session with ‘Pac.
Thug Life's Macadoshis recalls the time Pac failed at lifting weights.
Money-B recalls when 2Pac explained his vision for his rap career.
Thug Life member, Big Syke talks about how fearless 2Pac was.
Tupac's step-brother, Mopreme Shakur, looks back on their child and Thug Life legacy.
Krayzie Bone recalls his first encounter with 'Pac.
Journalist Kevin Powell details his last interview with 'Pac.
Scarface describes the one thing 'Pac couldn't do.
Khalil Kain recalls a major lesson he learned from his 'Juice' co-star.