Life After Death is the second and final studio album by American rapper the Notorious . released on March 25, 1997, on Bad Boy Records and Arista Records. A double album, it was released posthumously following his death sixteen days earlier. R. Kelly, The LOX and Puff Daddy. Life After Death exhibits The Notorious .
LIFE AFTER DEATH by Rabit, released 04 October 2018 1. The Quickening 2. Spiral 3. III 4. All I Have 5. V 6. 6 Devil 7. Dream 8. Blue Death 9. IX (Regret) 10. eX 11. Daydream 12. 12 Angels are humans that broke free of the Matrix; let’s go for it. -Stuart Wilde Rabit - Life After Death (HALC020) Format: LP/Digital Ca. o: HALC020. switch to mobile view.
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2. Where we go after death: 14 planes of existence in the Universe. 3. Life after death in Heaven and other positive regions in the Universe. Life after death in positive planes of existence and reincarnation on Earth. The importance of the Earth plane. 4. Afterlife in the negative regions: Who goes to Hell after death and what is Hell like?
That's not really the case with Life After Death, however. Like 2Pac's All Eyez on Me from a year before, an obvious influence, Biggie's album made extensive use of various producers - DJ Premier, Easy Mo Bee, Clark Kent, RZA, and more of New York's finest - resulting in a diverse, eclectic array of songs.
Life After Death documents the extraordinary and ultimately tragic final chapter in the life of an ascending star. Recorded over 18 months between Los Angeles, New York, and Maraval, Trinidad, the sessions were interrupted by . s arrest for marijuana and gun possession, and a car accident that shattered his left leg, forcing him to stay seated for the majority of the album. The media frenzy surrounding the interpersonal rivalry between Biggie and California rapper Tupac Shakur also added increased pressure for the Brooklyn emcee to finish the album. With the shake-up behind the murders, beefs, and tensions between coasts, this album was a painful reminder of how talent that is snuffed out too soon, and over too little, was and is one of the number-one problems in the industry. Yet this project brought many artists together and helped lay some balm over the loss for his mourning audience.
Life After Death, The Notorious . s second and final full-length studio album, which also serves as his first posthumous release, begins where its predecessor, 1994's Ready to Die left off: with the narrator dying from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
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