This weekend was EPIC for Hip Hop, The Notorious B.I.G & The Bad Boy Family. They managed to sell out Brooklyn stadium twice for the legendary reunion tour that was kicked off on the late Notorious B.I.G's birthday weekend. The label did two shows and managed to pull a strong line up. Everyone who was anyone during what was known as "The Golden Era" of Hip Hop performed at the concert this week.
R&B/Soul singer and the wife of the late Notorious B.I.G hit the stage and performed some of her chart topping songs.
It's no surprise that Jay-z was also in attendance. You can not come to Brooklyn and not bring Jay-Z with you. Diddy shared touching remarks on his friendship with Jay-z over the years and Jay-z's personal relationship with Biggie. Jay-z performed a few of his own hits during a small set during the show.
Diddy brought rapper Nas to perform their smash hit "Hate Me Now". In pure Diddy and Nas fashion ,similar to the video they sported full length minks during the performance. Nas also performed several of his own hits during the set.
Also sharing the stage with Diddy was another Brooklyn rapper, Busta Rhymes. The pair performed their single "Pass The Courvoisier" which led into Busta also performing a set of his own hits.
Diddy's original protege, Mary J Blige, graced the stage to kick off Diddy's "Bad Boy Reunion Tour".
You cant talk about Bad Boy and not talk about Diddy and Mase. The pair hit the stage and performed their hits together and some of Mase's stand alone hit records.
The original bad girls Kima, Keisha and Pam aka Total hit the stage and performed songs like "Sitting Home" , "Kissing You" , "What About Us?!" , "Cant You See" and many others. This is the first time all three members have performed together in years.
Lil Kim graced the state and did many of her own hits from "Lighters" , "Crush On You" and even bought out Brooklyn rapper Designer to perform "Panda".
Diddy brought out many other acts such as The Loxs, DMX, Usher, 112, Rick Ross, French Montana and Bad boys top producer during "The Golden Era" Stevie J. Tickets are now available for this concert online and I am sure you do not want to miss out.