The late rapper Biggie Smalls will be making a cartoon appearance as a ghost in a new tv series. The Notorioius B.I.G's teenage children are set start in an animated musical which is called "House of Wallace." The show will follow Biggie's kids, C.J. Wallace, 16 and T'yanna Wallace, 19. Their father Biggie will appear as a ghost and th show is featured around the two children struggling to prevent his Brooklyn studio from becoming a mainstream entertainment factory.

"In order to bring in money, the kids turn the studio into a "jingle house," where famous artists record commercial jingles for "some of the world's best-known brand names" by day. By night, the kids lay down tracks that honor the studio's 'Notorious heritage,'" reported Gawker.

The press release states that Biggie built his own studio according to a legend to keep creative control once his career started to become big.

"Now, it serves as the inspiration for both the series' name and its central storytelling locale," said the press release. "The spirit of B.I.G. himself serves as a central character, appearing to the children in ethereal form to guide them through the adversities they face as they struggle to preserve their father's labor of love."

C.J. and T'yanna are guided by Biggie to invent an approach to create alternative revenue streams.

"It's been 16 years since our Dad was murdered and we miss him dearly.. It is such an honor for us to be able to carry on his legacy, not only through his music but also by channeling him through our own creativity. This project, "House Of Wallace" is a great opportunity for us to bridge the gap between our parents who loved his music and the kids and young adults our ages, that were not around to really appreciate it"..Says, T'yanna and CJ Wallace  said in the Press release.

C.J. and T'yanna will be voicing their own characters and other musical artists will appear alongside them on the show. "Music will constitute a central component of the show, including original songs from guest stars and re-imagined renditions of classics from the Wallace catalog," said the press release.