Notorious BIG Biggie Fathers Day Cards Big Poppa Gimme The Loot Bundle Set 2 Cards (Both Cards Play Songs)
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Size: 7 inches x 5 inches
Wanna surprise Dad for Father's Day? Let Biggie help praise dad for being a king and in the same breath ask to borrow money. In "Gimme The Loot" & "Big Poppa" BIG captured the grit of the street smarts and the luxury that comes with success. Includes 2 cards which play these Biggie songs upon opening. Perfect for dad, grandpa, uncles and the father of your children.
Sound (Red Card): "I love it when you call me big poppa/ Throw your hands in the air, if you'se a true player/I love it when you call me big pop-pa/ To the honies gettin' money playin' niggas like dummies/ I love it when you call me big poppa/ If you got a gun up in your waist please don't shoot up the place (why?)/ Cause I see some ladies tonight that should be havin' my baby, baby"
Big Poppa is the second single from Brooklyn's own Notorious BIG's debut album titled Ready To Die which was released on September 13, 1994. The album was recorded in New York City (mainly at The Hit Factory) in two stages between 1993 and 1994. The song features a sample of the song "Between the Sheets" written by The Isley Brothers.
The title "Big Poppa" is based on one of The Notorious B.I.G.'s many nicknames. The line "I love it when you call me Big Poppa" is sampled from his feature verse on the 1993 track "Dolly My Baby" by Super Cat. The song is basically asking all the gangstas in the room to take a break from thuggin so he can mack on the fine ladies looking for a good time.
Sound (Coogi Sweater Card): "Gimme The Loot Gimme The Loot x5 / Big Up Big Up It's A Stick Up Stick Up/ Where da paper at?" x2
Gimmie The Loot is the third track off Brooklyn's own Notorious BIG's debut album titled Ready To Die which was released on September 13, 1994.
In 1994, Biggie was 21 years old going on 22 when he recorded the album. The first tracks recorded include the album's darker, less radio-friendly content including "Ready to Die," "Gimme the Loot" and "Things Done Changed." Gimme the Loot goes into Biggie's first person narrative about how he "allegedly" robbed people to survive and thrive on the Bed-Stuy Brooklyn blocks.