Biggie Ain’t The GOAT

A barbershop conversation between Steve Stoute, Future, Ebro, James Harden, and Maverick Carter popped up on Instagram recently. The trendsetters debated whether the masses revered Jay Z’s classic debut, Reasonable Doubt when first released in 1996. According to Future, “Jay Z wasn’t great when Tupac and Biggie were alive.” The discussion inspired the final #DXBreakdown of 2016, where we celebrate Ready To Die and Life After Death, and argue why Biggie Ain’t The GOAT. Let’s break it down.

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Produced, Shot & Edited By: James Kreisberg (@Ex_James)

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Written, Hosted & Produced By: Justin Hunte

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