A magical and incredibly addictive musical from a young B.I.G. to an older rapper that’s just begging to be made into a musical.
The story of the first solo album from a new rapper from the South and the birth of a genre-defying phenomenon.
The title of this story is a little misleading, because this album is actually called Crazy B.A.
G, and not B.
A few songs are also from the early 2000s, which means it’s almost two decades since the album was recorded.
But I do think this album will be one of the best ones to date.
I was also a little surprised to hear that the album is already being produced.
In terms of production, the album comes from the very talented Mike Ditka and has a production team led by the legendary producer and director John Mayer.
Mayer’s been at it since his days at Universal Studios, where he worked with the likes of Mamas, B.i.G., Dr. Dre, and Tupac.
It’s been a long time coming for him, but he’s already producing some of the most exciting records of the last few years, including the new album with Biggie and Drake.
This album is also one of a few records where B.J. and his producer team have the balls to make the music they want to make, and Mayer and Ditkas creative vision is on full display here.
There are also some gems in there from both rappers, including a couple of great duets.
As a longtime B.R.I.’s fan, this album has me in it’s thrall, and I think it’s one of my favorites from the series.