Producer: Sean "Puffy" Combs & Steven "Stevie J" Jordan for The Hitmen
Album: No Way Out
Label: Bad Boy
NYC Mafioso rap at its finest. Sure it was Diddy's track, but the murderous, most shady, Frankie Baby owned it. Biggie let it be known it was a family affair by shouting out all the Bad Boys: “Break bread with the Kiss, Pinero, Sheek Louch/Black Rob joined the mob, it ain't no replacing him/Niggas step up, we just macin' (Ma$e'n) them.”
But it was Biggie's “I perform like Mike/Anyone: Tyson, Jordan, Jackson” routine that stole the show, and will undoubtedly go down as one of the greatest hip-hop lines of all time. Ask Cam'Ron, Jay-Z, and the countless other MCs who've paid homage to it.
The last verse Biggie ever recorded was flawless, and still sounded victorious even though it dropped five months after his untimely passing.