Ms. Voletta Wallace
will unveil a wax figure of her son Christopher
Wallace
, also known as the Notorious B.I.G., on Thursday (October 25)
at New York City’s Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, at 11 A.M.

Twenty-Three high school students from Brooklyn, where Biggie also grew
up, will honor him by singing “I’ll Be Missing You,” a tribute song
released shortly after Biggie’s death, and gospel song, “I’ll Fly
Away.” The students are members of the Brooklyn High School of the
Arts’
choir.

The rapper’s figure dons a white three-piece suit, white hat and white
shoes and is standing with one hand in its pocket and the other hand
resting on a gold and wood cane.

Madame Tussaud’s studio artists studied several photos and hours of
video footage of Biggie to create the figure, making sure they captured
Biggie’s spirit and demeanor, as well as his physical likeness.

Visitors to Madame Tussaud’s will be allowed to snap photos with
Biggie’s figure, which will be housed in its own room. Guests can use
parts of their body to break moving multi-colored light beams to
trigger clips of Biggie’s songs to play, as they approach the figure.

It has been over ten years since the death of the iconic Hip Hop figure.

For further information about Manhattan’s Madame Tussaud’s, visit NYCWax.com