Party and Bullshit
|"Party and Bullshit"|
|Single by Biggie Smalls|
|from the album Who's the Man?|
|Released||June 29, 1993|
|Genre||Hip hop, East Coast hip hop, Gangsta rap, Hardcore hip hop|
|Writer(s)||O. Harvey, C. Wallace|
|Producer(s)||Easy Mo Bee|
|The Notorious B.I.G. singles chronology|
"Party and Bullshit" is a song by American hip hop artist The Notorious B.I.G., then known as Biggie Smalls. The song is the artist's debut single and was released as the fourth promotional single for the soundtrack to the 1993 film Who's the Man?.
The refrain "party and bullshit" was inspired by the song "When the Revolution Comes" by spoken word artists The Last Poets, however Wallace changed the meaning in his rap. Abiodun Oyewole of The Last Poets explained, "When we rapped, it was all about raising consciousness and using language to challenge people. When I wrote [about] 'party and bullshit' it was to make people get off their ass. But now 'party and bullshit' was used by Biggie, used by Busta Rhymes, but in a non-conscious way." This song was performed at a concert with friend-turned-rival Tupac Shakur in 1994.
It was also remixed by Shane Rutherfoord-Jones as a breakout single in 2011, titled "SRJ's Party and Bullshit remix".
It was re-mixed again by Solar Slim and Richie Branson in their Notorious B.I.G. and Star Wars mashup album "Life After Death Star".
- 12" Vinyl
- Side A
- "Party and Bullshit" (Radio) - 3:42
- "Party and Bullshit" (Album) - 3:42
- "Party and Bullshit" (Instrumental) - 3:42
- Side B
- "Party and Bullshit" (Club Dirty) - 3:42
- "Party and Bullshit" (Dirty Instrumental) - 3:42
- co-production – Buttnaked Tim Dawg, James Earl Jones, Jr.
- executive production – Sean "Puffy" Combs, Andre Harrell, Mark Siegal
- music supervision – Toby Emmerich, Kathy Nelson
- production – Easy Mo Bee
- writing – BIG, Easy M Bee
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- "Official Video Remastered By James Beilke / ©WMG".
- "BIG* - Party And Bullshit (Vinyl) at Discogs". Discogs. Retrieved 2010-12-30.