Today in Tha Wire as Biggie would say "spread love it's the Brooklyn way." That's exactly what T'yanna Wallace plans to do, in the world of fashion. The daughter of the late Christopher Wallace, is celebrating her famous dad, Hip Hop, and street fashion with the launch of her new clothing line, Notoriouss.  According to the rap legends baby-girl is looking to be the next fashion mogul out of the NYC.

Over the weekend the 23-year old opened her flagship store in Biggie's hometown, Brooklyn Heights. To celebrate the grand opening of the newest fashion hub on the block.

T'yanna sat down with XXL recently, and explained that she started the brand in 2013 while attending Penn State. She started out selling Biggie Smalls tee's, and was pleasantly surprised that the shirts proved to be a hit. So much so, that she sold out in two days. This was a lil satisfaction, and confirmation that she was on the right track. Her dad was always the inspiration behind her fashion designer dreams, so naming the brand was a no-brainer. Now T'yanna's preserving her dad legacy, and fulfilling her dreams all at the same time.

Over the last few years T'yanna's spent a little time perfecting her B.I.G.-themed-apparel, testing the waters with pop-up shops and promotions. Claiming her moment in fashion history, she held the grand opening of her first, full-fledge store, right in the heart of Biggie's beloved city. The first weekend in December, the grand opening of Notoriouss took place. As no surprise the official launch was a BIG success. Brooklyn came out in droves including B.I.G's old crew Lil Cease, DJ Mr. Cee, and DJ Enuff.

Shouts out to T'yanna! We wish you and your new brand mad success.

In other news Fetty Wap just announced he's going on the road to support his sophomore album, King Zoo. The album was supposed to drop this year, but for some unknown reason that didn't happen. Now with a tentative 2018 release, the Jersey MC is gonna make sure the forthcoming LP is fresh on everybody's mind.

AllHiphop reports his "For My Fans (FMF Tour,)" will cover all Waps hits from tracks like "Aye," and "There She Go," to joints off his new mixtape "Luck No. 7" and "For My Fans II." The tour will blow through 20 cities starting January 13, 2018, in Maryland and wrapping up in North Carolina on February 18. Fans here in the dirty, can catch the tour live in Houston, at the House of Blues February 12, 2018.


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