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Carry on Tradition-T'yanna Wallace

July 10, 2019

 

T’yanna Wallace was only 1 year old when Notorious BIG dropped Ready to Die. Biggie Smalls made it clear his focus was on securing his daughter’s future. On Juicy Biggie bragged  he was “Puttin’ five carats in my baby girls ear.” He continued that sentiment when Life after Death was released where he rapped, “Get my daughter this college plan so she won’t need no man” on Sky’s the Limit. Even hauntingly on My Downfall, “Apologies to my daughter, T’yanna“ was almost as if he knew he was going to die a violent death. Biggie died at the age of 24 and he left a legacy for his daughter to achieve success in her own right without the assistance of a man.

 

T’yanna was able to go to Penn State and major in fashion. Approaching her 26th birthday she already owns her own clothing brand/store Notoriuss. The boutique store is located at 503 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY.  Her clothing line is inspired by her famous father from either images or quotes from his songs. What makes her unique is that T’yanna takes the time to design the clothes herself.

 

Notoriuss sells both men and women clothing. The price points range from $10 for an Eazy-E T-Shirt - $70 for a Biggie Day Shirt. She also sells accessories just as hats, sunglasses, and socks.

 

Check out her website below:

 

 

 

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