Almost twenty years after the death of Notorious B.I.G, Faith Evans is still searching for answers.
“We know he was murdered, but we believe the LAPD knows who’s responsible,” the singer told The Huffington Post.
Evans was still married to the rapper when he was gunned down in Los Angeles. His death is still one of the greatest unsolved mysterious in hip-hop.
“I just feel like in our hearts, we — me and his mom — feel like we know what happened,” Evans told the interviewer.
The Grammy Award-winner has carried the torch of Biggie’s legacy through her work and their kids.
“[The kids] realize the importance that he played in his short time not only on this earth, but even a shorter time in the music industry. He definitely built something for them,” She explained.
Faith’s new project, The King & I, featuring song collaborations between Evans and her late husband, will undoubtedly continue to build upon the platform Biggie established before he died.
‘I’m doing this project with his estate in mind,’ Faith said.
The new album will be released sometime this year.
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Faith Evans Weighs In On Biggie’s Death: ‘We Believe That The LAPD Knows Who’s Responsible’ was originally published on hellobeautiful.com