'Notorious' Soundtrack Details Revealed: Features Jay-Z, Jadakiss, Faith Evans, Biggie's Son

Greatest hits, rare tracks fill out soundtrack to biopic, due in January.

Some of [artist id="13432"]Notorious B.I.G.[/artist]'s greatest hits and early, little-known recordings fill out the soundtrack to [news id="1598021"]"Notorious," the forthcoming biopic[/news] about the legendary Brooklyn rapper. Slated for release on January 13 on Bad Boy/ Atlantic, the soundtrack features hit singles that endeared Biggie to the masses as well as some of his demos, appearances from his family and brand-new records some of his closest peers, including Jay-Z and Jadakiss. (The movie is slated for release January 16 through Fox Searchlight Pictures.)

Jay, who teamed up with Big for such classics as "Brooklyn's Finest," "I Love the Dough" and [artist id="1244169"]Puff Daddy[/artist] & the Family's "Young G's," comes with "Brooklyn Go Hard," as [news id="1600461"]previously reported by MTV News[/news]. The Kanye West-produced track features Santogold. Although an official video is still being discussed, an unsanctioned clip — featuring Hov in animated form — has already hit the Internet.

Jadakiss appears on "A Letter to B.I.G." The track was originally recorded for Jada's Last Kiss LP, and the filmmakers thought it was perfect to include on the "Notorious" project. Obviously, Jada and Big were not strangers: The Biggie/ LOX collaborations during the Bad Boy dynasty years were legendary. The title of 'Kiss' record is self-explanatory: He speaks directly to his deceased friend, who died in a [news id="1505321"]still-unsolved murder[/news] in 1997.

Bad Boy has also confirmed that Biggie's son, Christopher "CJ" Wallace Jr., will be performing on a new version of "One More Chance." It's being labeled as "a duet" by Bad Boy. CJ's mom, Faith Evans, sings on a remix of the song, also featured on the album.

Early records "Microphone Murderer" and "Guaranteed Raw" — which never made it onto an album but garnered Big a neighborhood buzz during his early years — are also included, along with his first-ever officially released track (from the 1993 "Who's the Man?" soundtrack), "Party & Bullsh--."

"Notorious" soundtrack track listing, according to Bad Boy Records:

1. "Notorious Thugs" (featuring [artist id="3297"]Bone Thugs-N-Harmony[/artist])

2. "Hypnotize"

3. "Notorious"

4. "Juicy"

5. "Party & Bullsh--"

6. "Warning"

7. "One More Chance" remix (featuring [artist id="21433"]Faith Evans[/artist])

8. "Brooklyn Go Hard" ([artist id="1269"]Jay-Z[/artist] featuring [artist id="2990655"]Santogold[/artist])

9. "Letter to B.I.G." ([artist id="1163822"]Jadakiss[/artist] featuring [artist id="21433"]Faith Evans[/artist])

10. "Kick in the Door"

11. "What's Beef"

12. "World Is Filled"

13. "One More Chance" (featuring CJ)

14. "The Notorious Theme" (composed by [artist id="1170640"]Danny Elfman[/artist])

15. "Microphone Murderer" (previously unreleased demo)

16. "Guaranteed Raw" (previously unreleased demo)

17. "Love No Ho" (previously unreleased demo)