May 14 [7:55 EST] -- With radio stations and MTV scheduled to premiere Puffy Combs' tribute to the Notorious B.I.G., "I'll Be Missing You," at noon on Wednesday, Los Angeles police told MTV News Tuesday that they have no new leads in their investigation into Biggie's murder.
This, despite a dramatization of the case that appeared on an episode of "America's Most Wanted" this past weekend. As of last week, police had received less than 200 calls regarding the suspect sketch released March 27.
Meanwhile the hip hop community continues to react to Biggie's death. While on the set of the video for their forthcoming song "Triumph" the Wu-Tang Clan told us that they were saddened by the loss of Biggie, but noted that they hope the tragedy will serve as a wake up call.
"We don't know exactly what happened, but just know it had something to do with hip-hop," Raekwon told MTV News. "For m***********s running around and they throw your lingo out there whatever, whatever,
they cause people to lose their lives. And this is something that we always knew could happen to all of us. We told you in 'Heaven and Hell' kid. Right?"
"The bottom line is that it's sad," Ghostface Killah added. "Since when you start hearing people dying over music, once it starts getting like that, you know a change got to come." [Ghostface Killah speaks, 600k QuickTime]
The Wu-Tang Clan's long awaited second album, "Wu-Tang Forever," is due out June 3.