"Star Wars" is pretty much being plastered onto everything in the galaxy
far far away right now because, in case you've been living under a (space) rock, the Force is about to awaken in less than two weeks and people are nerding the f--k out about it.
We've seen everything from an R2-D2 Mr. Potato Head to the shudder-inducing Furbacca to a Death Star-shaped waffle maker (!!) come along since "Episode VII" was announced and put a light saber straight through our hearts, but the bar has officially been raised with this collaboration of John Williams' "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope" score and Notorious B.I.G.'s second and final studio album, Life After Death.
Thanks to the Otaku Gang's Life After Death Star project, we now know for a fact that the Oscar- and Grammy-winning soundtrack pairs incredibly with the rapper's posthumously-released masterpiece, adding an all new beat layer that highlights Biggie's flow.
Now, THIS is what we call a space jam. The full, insane remix is available for streaming below.