It's been a while since Biggie Smalls has been brought back to life on a posthumous album. But it looks like we'll soon be hearing new stuff from the legendary emcee, who was shot to death in 1997, thanks to his widow Faith Evans.
Evans recently told HipHollywood she has just started working on a Duets album with her late hubby. "Think Natalie Cole and Nat King Cole," she said of the project.
According to Evans, it will feature "unheard" music, and we should be getting some of it "in the next year."
In 2005, Bad Boy Records released Duets: The Final Chapter which featured Biggie's voice together with stars like Jay-Z Eminem, Snopp Dogg, Lil Wayne and Nas.
The album, The Notorious B.I.G.'s second purely posthumous release and third to come out after his death, sold fairly well. However, it wasn't a hit with the critics.
Do you have faith that Evans can deliver a decade later with another duets album?