What Wikipedia says: "At his request, Wallace transferred out of the Roman Catholic Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School to attend the state-funded George Westinghouse Career and Technical Education High School, which future rappers Jay Z and Busta Rhymes also attended at the time." - Wikipedia

With all G.O.O.D. music bragging about their clique, the on-and-off dating habits of Drake and Rihanna, and countless rappers throwing subliminal shots every which way on a daily basis, hip-hop can seem very high school. (Conversely, when listening to Migos lyrics, one could argue that hip-hop can seem very pre-school.) And it's always funny to see artists act chummy in VIP—people who are way too old to be there, trying to make small talk with newly-legal kids whose 15 minutes MTV decided to jump-start—everyone's now friends!

If only we could imagine what it'd be like to have miniature versions of the greatest rappers in a high school setting... oh wait. It did happen at George Westinghouse Career and Technical Education High School back in the late 1980's, with classmates Busta Rhymes, Jay Z, and the Notorious B.I.G. If only Puffy was pedaling Proactiv back then...