Bad Boy will on July 13 release an expanded, remastered edition of "Ready To Die," the landmark debut album from late rapper Notorious B.I.G.

Bad Boy will on July 13 release an expanded, remastered edition of "Ready To Die," the landmark debut album from late rapper Notorious B.I.G.

The CD portion features the previously unreleased songs "Dreams" and "Who Shot Ya?," while a bonus DVD will sport music videos for "Juicy," "One More Chance," "Big Poppa" and an extended clip for "Warning." Also included is a 1994 live version of "Unbelievable" taped in Atlanta at an OutKast-hosted barbecue.

Ten years after its release and seven years since B.I.G.'s murder, "Ready To Die" remains a cornerstone of '90s hip-hop. At the time, it saturated the urban music airwaves with Billboard Hot 100 hits, including Juicy (No. 27), "Big Poppa" (No. 5), and "One More Chance" (No. 2). The set has sold 2.76 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

B.I.G. was most recently heard on "Victory 2004," the lone new track included on Bad Boy's 10th anniversary album.