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Brooklyn — Today marks the 14th anniversary of the tragic death of Brooklyn rapper Biggie Smalls.

The murder, which has yet to be solved, has left a huge hole in the Hip-Hop community.

We took to the streets of Biggie’s old stomping grounds in Brooklyn to ask residents two questions:

#1 What are your memories of Biggie?

#2 Does Hip-Hop reflect violence in society or does it incite it?

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