Aside from the forthcoming release of a posthumous album of Notorious BIG, his widow Faith Evans, has revealed her plans of putting on a hologram performance from the late rapper.

Evans is currently working on an album featuring their duets, titled The King & I which is set for release in the autumn. The singer's "I'll Be Missing You" tribute to her husband hit number one in 1997, shortly after the death of Biggie Smalls.

"Today, if he was alive, I know, ultimately, we would've done something like this. But the way the stuff has come together, and the way I'm using his vocals, it's giving the stuff new life, it's totally different," Evans said in an interview with The Dame Dash Radio Show, NME reported.

"We actually are in development with a hologram, but I don't necessarily know to what extent I'm gonna perform with it. But I want to debut it in the first video for the album, and maybe use it a little bit performing live. But that depends on a lot of things," she added.

Hologram USA, which is the company that worked on the hologram performances of Whitney Houston and Tupac Shakur, confirmed that they are indeed planning a possible hologram performance of the rapper.

“Hologram USA has been in talks with representatives of Biggie Smalls,” said a Hologram USA spokesperson according to Entertainment Weekly, “but we’re unable to announce plans at this time.”

Notorious BIG aka Biggie Smalls was born Christopher Wallace. He died on March 9, 1997 at the age of 24 in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles. His death was linked to that of Shakur, who died six months earlier, due to the similarity of the incident and their connections to the East Coast- West Coast hip hop rivalry.