"Dead Wrong" is a song by The Notorious B.I.G., taken from his third overall album, Born Again. The song features vocals from Diddy and Eminem and was released as a single posthumously in 2000. The song samples the drum break from Al Green's song, "I'm Glad You're Mine". The song reached number 1 on the BillboardHot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart. It is a remix of the original produced by Easy Mo Bee. The original version was released on Mister Cee's Best of Biggie 10th Anniversary Mixtape, and has Biggie rapping an alternate second verse without Eminem. There is an official remix featuring Busta Rhymes, who raps the 3rd verse, with B.I.G.'s rapping the 1st verse & Eminem's verse replacing B.I.G.'s 2nd verse. The video was set out in a similar manner to 2Pac's hit "Changes", also released in 1999, in the fact that it features clips of Biggie performing live, in interviews, clips of his music videos and showing pictures of him. Eminem's verse was cut out. The line "Young, Fresh & Green" is a reference to Barrington Levy song "She's Mine" from his "Love the Life you Love" album. It was received positively by music critics. Rolling Stone wrote a positive overview: "The only real find here is the awesome "Dead Wrong," which shows B.I.G. in his prime." A.V. club wrote that surprisingly non-whiny Eminem is a highlight.