Notorious B.I.G.’s Children Voicing New Cartoon Inspired By Their Life Called ‘House Of Wallace’
Can you guys believe it’s been 16 years since Notorious B.I.G. was gunned down in the streets of Los Angeles? While there’s been little in the way of figuring out who did it, there are signs that something positive is coming out of this. According to the Los Angeles Times, Notorious‘ children with singer Faith Evans, 16 year old C.J. Wallace and 19 year old T’yanna Wallace, will be voicing a new cartoon that has been inspired by their life called House Of Wallace. The cartoon will focus on the kids’ attempt to maintain B.I.G.‘s recording studio in NYC.
The show’s plot traces the kids’ attempt to curb an international music conglomerate from buying the studio and replacing it with a more cookie-cutter “entertainment factory.” It’s up to Wallace’s kids to re-energize the studio and elevate it to the status of a modern hit-maker.
In an attempt to bring money into the studio, they start a side hustle by creating jingles, which they balance with their own musical projects — of course. Hilarious high jinks are sure to ensue.
Furthermore, the children will be guided along the way by the spirit of their father and the cartoon will figured new renditions of B.I.G.‘s songs. Sounds like this would be a cool animated series and remind’s me of The Proud Family of Matthew Knowles’ creation. Can’t wait to watch!