Rumors are circulating blog-wide about a forthcoming Faith Evans autobiography of her tenure at Bad Boy Records as well as her personal and professional relationships with The Notorious B.I.G. and Sean Combs.
KEEP THE FAITH is Faith Evan's first person account of life at ground zero of hip-hop's greatest generation. She'll share the truth about the love affair that changed her life, and the innuendo that rocked the hip-hop world to its core. From her passionate and tragically short-lived life with Biggie, Faith will finally lay the true story on the line. We'll get to see the good, the bad and the ugly side of P Diddy; nobody knew either quite as well as Faith.
A few things. As a huge fan of both Biggie and Faith and an obssessive on the history of Bad Boy, I couldn't be less excited about this. I'm already bored with the idea of the Biggie film, and although I love to archive and inventory random facts surrounding the careers of these people, none of them seem that interesting to warrant any of this. The cover of the book looks suspect, what with the badly-chosen typeface and the photo of Evans era-1995. Also, where's the official announcement from Faye's camp? Side-eye until confirmed.