“Tattoo on titty saying B.I.G.”
For sometime now, Faith Evans has been talking about this music project she’s been working on and finally we’ve gotten some solid news. The forthcoming project? Well its a duet album with her and late husband, The Notorious B.I.G. titled The King and I.
“Right now I’m recording this project. That’s something I’ve been thinking and talking about doing with Ms. Wallace for a long time. I’m kind of in the finishing stages,” said Evans on Dame Dash‘s radio show.
Through her Instagram page she has been documenting the studio process with a series of photos, using the hashtag #TKAI. Her latest IG post is a photo of her holding a glass of champagne in front of the Warner Bros. signage, with the caption that reads “Celebrating BIG things! #TKAI coming soon.” Evans has also updated fans that the LP’s release slated is for this upcoming September and a possible first single will debut this summer. This project is something Notorious B.I.G. fans should look forward to because the album will include never heard before material from B.I.G.
“I had no idea how I was even going to go about it, but it’s been coming along pretty awesome,” Evans included. “If he was alive, I know ultimately we would have done something like this. But the way this stuff is coming together and the way I’m using his vocals, it’s giving this stuff new life. I think people are really going to enjoy it.”
It’s nice and exciting to see Wallace’s widow keeping his music legacy alive years later. Evans and Wallace were both signed to Bad Boy Records and married on August 4th 1994, just after weeks of meeting at a Bad Boy photo shoot.
Are you anticipating this project?
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