It’s not every day you have the chance to speak to hip-hop royalty, but that’s exactly what Christopher Jordan Wallace is. The son of The Notorious B.I.G., a rapper from New York that you may have heard of, and Faith Evans, the legend who gave the world — and my mother’s Toyota Camry speakers — “Soon As I Get Home” and “Love Like This,” CJ was born with greatness in his blood. Still, leaving his story at his parents’ names would be minimizing, because the entrepreneur, activist, musician, and weed-loving rasta man is so much more. 

“I don’t feel pressure to follow [in their steps], I feel pressure to take it to new heights. I don’t want it to be like ‘his dad had it and he fucked it off,’” CJ told me during a recent Zoom call.

Wallace is the kind-faced…

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