It’s another dope Biggie mixtape, I wasn’t hesistant about posting this at all since we just posted DJ Ase Biggie Mixtape BUT this is DJ M-Rock who has been pretty consistent with quality mixtapes such as Jay-z and Valentines Day. Check out the quote from DJ M-Rock below on what he had to say about Biggie. Preview player and download link included as usual.

Download: DJ M-Rock presents- The Best of Notorious B.I.G.

I have nothing to say about him dying or being sad. It’s not like he was a positive person or had amazing messages. He knew how to make bangers and that matters a lot. With Biggie, I constantly notice the versatility – is he rnb or is he hardcore preemo hip-hop or pop or just on a real demo vibe? I can never decide because he keeps going somewhere different, after it sinks in that he murdered one style. The versatility is not just because of him – don’t forget the producers: The Hitmen, Easy Mo Bee, Puff, DJ Premier, in that order (not to compare Premier to anybody). I don’t know if Big was thinking of putting in D-Train’s lines for “Sky’s the Limit” but I found it interesting how heavily he was involved in the production. For example, he would suggest sampling R. Kelly for the Premier-produced “Unbelievable” or tell D-Dot (one of Kanye West‘s mentors) that he was planning on using “Ladi Dadi” for the hook in “Hypnotize”. Who’s doing that? Who’s 17 years old and freestyling with perfection on street corners in the daylight and getting a crowd? Nobody. I love artists who master their craft. How can you not? Thanks to my peoples for reminding me about tracks like “Think Big” that I never even knew. Take an hour and a half and let the funk sit in. Enjoy.- DJ M-Rock

Tracklisting
M-Rock’s Intro
Ten Crack Commandments
Walk on By – Isaac Hayes *
Warning
Respect
Dolly My Baby – Supercat +
Me And My Bitch (Live)
Can’t You See – Total +
I’m Going Down – Mary J. Blige **
The What ft. Method Man
Rap Phenomenon ft. Method Man
Think Big – Pudgee Tha Phat Bastard + Lord Tariq +
Unbelievable
Kick In The Door
The Points ft. Redman, Busta Rhymes +
Playa’s Anthem – Junior Mafia +
Ya Playin’ Yaself – Jeru The Damaja ^
Flava In Ya Ear Remix – Craig Mack +
Benjamins – Puff Daddy +
Get Money – Junior Mafia +
Gimme The Loot
Machine Gun Funk
Ladi Dadi – Slick Rick *
Hypnotize
Dreams
Real Love (Remix) – Mary J Blige +
Clean Up Woman – Betty Wright *
Everyday Struggle
Everyday Struggle – FaithEvans ft. Raekwon **
Real Niggaz Do Real Things
Going Back To Cali
California Love/Hip-Hop – 2Pac/Dead Prez ^
Garden Freestyle – 2Pac +
Gettin’ Money – Junior Mafia +
Hit Em Up – 2Pac ^
Who Shot Ya (Juggle)
I Show Ya – LL Cool J ^
Notorious Thugs ft. Bone Thugs N Harmony
Dead Wrong ft. Eminem
I Got A Story To Tell
Juicy
Realest Niggas ft. 50 Cent
Da B Side – Da Brat, JD +
Only You (Remix) – 112 +
I Love The Dough ft. Jay-Z & Angela Winbush
I Just Wanna Love You – Jay-Z **
The World Is Filled
Brooklyn’s Finest – Jay-Z +
Party & Bullshit (Lord Finesse Remix)
Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down – Brand Nubian *
Cars + Sex
Notorious
P.S.K. (What Does It Mean) – Schoolly D *
B.I.G. (Interlude)
Been Around The World – Puff Daddy +
Mo Money Mo Problems ft. Kelly Price, Mase, Puff Daddy
Nasty Girl (Remix) ft. Jagged Edge
I’ll Be Missing You – Puff Daddy ft. Faith Evans, 112 ^
Keep On – D-Train *
Crush On You – Junior Mafia +
Big Poppa
Between the Sheets – Isley Brothers *
Fuck You Tonight (feat. R. Kelly)
Be happy – R. Kelly +
Bobby Caldwell – My Flame *
Sky’s The Limit ft. 112
Stay With Me – Debarge *
One More Chance ft. Faith Evans, Mary J. Blige

^ About The Notorious B.I.G.
+ Features The Notorious B.I.G.
** Samples The Notorious B.I.G.
* Sampled By The Notorious B.I.G.

Liner Notes by M-Rock.
“I’m here to bring the drama”. The 2pac and Big set (around 3 or 4 songs) is disturbing and going to get me hated on. I brought their whole beef to life but going from Pac’s ranting, to Big’s, to the sounds of Big sticking a gun in someone’s mouth, to Big’s own heartbeat dying down into death. I’m here to bring the drama.
The cuts on the whole tape are Preemo influenced. I’m getting more and more tired of the cuts I learned from the tablist era circa 98′, I want to take it back to that funky essence. Expect to hear simpler and simpler stuff on future tapes.
Think Big: That whole “Jay-Z You Don’t Know” type pattern was a lot of fun to come up with. I’ve been dragging my feet with production, but that right there wasn’t too far off from it. Sometimes my mixtapes are barely about mixing, but about making new hooks that really get into my fans’ ears.
The RNB section at the end: I’m less into tablism nowadays and more into this stuff, this really well-mixed or harmonized sequence of songs. This was the first part I started making, and I’ve had this whole section on repeat since I made it a few weeks ago.
Artwork by Jordan England.