Arriving on Netflix on 1 March, Biggie: I Bought a Story to Inform is government produced by Smalls’s mom, Voletta Wallace, and Sean “Diddy” Combs. The mission is directed by Emmett Malloy, who has directed music movies for Vampire Weekend, The White Stripes, Beck, Avril Lavigne and Blink-182, and is understood for his movie The Tribes of Palos Verdes.
That includes behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with a few of the rap legend’s (also referred to as Chris Wallace) closest buddies, the documentary explores Biggie’s speedy rise to fame within the Nineties and appears at his “battle to offer” (Wallace began dealing medicine at 12 years previous).
“Huge had a present of expertise that saved lots of people’s lives however his,” one of many rapper’s buddies says within the trailer.
“We had no origins for what rap planet this man got here from,” Diddy mentioned of his good friend’s immense expertise.
Biggie was killed in 1997 on the age of 24.
Final 12 months, Diddy shared a reminiscence on Instagram concerning the day Biggie wrote his chart-topping hit “Hypnotize”.
“Huge was the right artist! This candid second when BIG was having writers block. This solely occurred to him as soon as. He was speaking about retiring. And I’m mainly simply inform him to cease speaking loopy and that he was the best of all time,” Diddy captioned the picture.