When it comes to running the estate of her son, The Notorious B.I.G.Voletta Wallace has a simple formula. “If I see something that’s going to belittle his integrity or his memory, I won’t do it,” she says of posthumous projects involving the rapper (real name: Christopher Wallace, who was killed in a drive-by shooting in March 1997, just 16 days before the release of his second album, Life After Death, which has sold 5.3 million copies, according to Nielsen Music). “It has to do with principles, morality and honesty.”