French duo Amine Edge really takes their “G House” — or Gangster House — reputation to heart on this mashup of Notorious BIG’s “Who Shot Ya” and Forrest’s “Masquerade.” What makes this particular track more interesting is that both of these individual tracks actually sample the super identifiable piano riff from the original 1971 “I’m Afraid the Masquerade is Over” by David Porter. We love hearing Biggie get a bit of a housey spin. Check out the full track after the break.
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