CJ Wallace, the only son of the late and legendary Biggie Smalls and R&B royalty Faith Evans has grown since his first role as a younger version of his father in the 2009 biopic, Notorious. At 19 years old, he’s beginning to make quite a mark with each of the screen roles he has nabbed and acted superbly. He chats with Ed Lover & Monie Love about being the son of two mega-stars. He reveals how old he was when he first realized the gravity of who his parents are and their careers, and talks about the reality of barbecues and other gatherings at home that just happen to include some of R&B and hip-hop’s most impactful artists.

Plus, CJ opens up about which songs are his favorite from his mother and father’s discography. He also talks about working in the entertainment industry and avoiding being susceptible to the pressure of living up to his parents’ legacy. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview on the Ed Lover Show.

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CJ Wallace On When He Realized His Parents Were A Big Deal In Hip-Hop [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]  was originally published on edlovershow.com