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Is it possible to feel like Pac and Biggie at the same damn time? According to Khaled and friends, it is.
Less than 24 hours after DJ Khaled unveiled the tracklist of his forthcoming album, the “We The Best” music mogul releases “I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie.”
The statement “I feel like Pac/I feel like Biggie” is a little grandiose, but hey, Khaled and friends like to do it big. Since its release, the Beat Bully-produced track hasn’t been sitting well with some hip-hop heads, who feel both Biggie and Pac’s legacies are being exploited.
Take a listen to Khaled’s new offering below.
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Earlier this week, it seemed as though she might have been mourning his loss when she uploaded a cryptic message to Facebook that spoke on all the things she missed from her past.
The beautiful mom, actress, and wife wrote:
This morning I woke up to the screeching howl of my husky outside. His howls mirrored my broken, empty heart that plagued me this morning. I woke up missing so many people, so many things from my past. This morning, I missed the nights I would fall asleep to my grandmother playing “Moonlight Sonata” in the living room below my bedroom, and I thought of all my friends and loved ones I had lost to violence, accidents, jail or drugs. I thought of all the many people who had been in my life for a season (teachers, friends) who I no…
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