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  • Tupac Shakur: Clinton Correctional Facility Prison Interview, September 1995


    Tupac's Interview in Clinton Correctional Facility Prison. Approximate date is September - October 1995. He mentions having just signed to Death Row, contracts with death row were signed in September. There is also credibility because he refers to peoples comments on his vibe interview - Puffy, Biggie, and the public responded to Tupac's VIBE interview in July-August 1995.

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  • Tupac on Growing Up Poor, His Rise to Fame & His Future | MTV News


    In 1995, Tupac Shakur and MTV News correspondent Tabitha Soren took a stroll down the Venice boardwalk for an in-depth conversation about where the rapper has been and where he sees himself going.

    0:01 What does Tupac Amaru Shakur mean?
    0:41 Moving to the West Coast and dropping out of art school
    3:07 Moving out to the West Coast and being broke
    3:53 Tupac on his mother, Afeni Shakur and drug addiction
    5:16 Childhood and growing up
    5:41 Dealing with traumatic experiences
    7:42 Going from making pizza to joining Digital Underground
    9:14 Tupac gets a tattoo
    9:43 Getting introduced to the 'thug mentality'
    10:51 Growing up without a father
    13:34 Working hard and success
    14:27 Justice and finding the person who shot him
    16:02 How life would be different if Tupac had a father
    16:32 Tupac on being a father
    17:46 Being in touch with his feminine side
    18:15 Starting a community center with Mike Tyson
    19:11 Distancing himself from a 'thug life' mentality
    19:39 Being able to live a 'normal' or 'happy' life

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  • Where Were You When Tupac Died?


    Where Were You When Tupac Died features a number of celebrities talking about where they were or what they were doing when tupac died.

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  • 2Pac - The Lost Prison Interview Trust Nobody


    2Pac Lost Interview 1995 In Prison.

    A larger than life legend in the rap world, Pac has been the subject of numerous documentaries that range from Oscar-nominated to cash grabs. The new one, entitled ‘Tupac Uncensored and Uncut: The Lost Prison Tapes,’ takes a novel approach by letting the fallen star speak directly and from the heart.

    Too often, it’s hard to get a sense of Pac because the story and theories surrounding the happenings in 1996 often overshadow his actual career and character. ‘The Lost Prison Tapes’ is based around a never-before-seen interview that the rapper did from the Clinton Correction Facility in 1995 while he was locked-up on a s3xual a**ault conviction. During this time, which was before he joined Death Row, Pac was ferociously devouring books like Sun Tzu’s ‘Art of War’ and writing a screenplay entitled ‘Live 2 Tell.’

    Pac’s interview delves heavily into his relationship with his mother, his intention to become an uplifting figure and his theories about the infamous 1994 shooting at Quad Recordings where he was nearly killed.

    I know many readers of this site are rap fans so I figured many would appreciate this rare video. It is a 40 minute uncut interview with Tupac Shakur during the time he was incarcerated. This might remind people of the time when artists had something to say and had views about issues.

    Tupac was about 23 years old in this video. One can only imagine the potential influence he could have had on the world as his mind matured and his views evolved. This might explain why there was such a massive FBI file about him…and probably why he got taken away from us. As he said himself in this interview: “They’ll start taking out anyone who is trying to do something positive for the community”. What can be more positive than making “being smart” a cool thing?

    According to our unofficial count, this is the fifteenth documentary made about Tupac Shakur since the happenings in 1996. That’s more documentaries than albums, including posthumous output, if you’re keeping count.

    When I look at the latest trailer of the new Tupac Shakur biopic, All Eyez On Me, where it showed the scene of Pac’s arrest for “jay-walking” in 1991, it instantly reminds me of the videos of police incidents where innocent black people are targeted. Clearly, things haven’t changed much since then.

    How easily could have any of these racial murders been Tupac? The music legend was — and is — prime target for police b. He was loud, black, opinionated and was willing to take actions for his rights — at any cost. It is that reason alone why the living ghost of Tupac Amaru Shakur lies within Black Lives Matter — a movement that epitomizes everything that he stood for and valiantly fought against until his untimely end in 1996.

    Tupac famously said that although he might not change the world, he guaranteed that he would spark the young revolutionaries that would. And what if the thousands of members of BLM were those brains who were inspired by Pac himself? It’s certainly more than likely because without Pac and the burning mark he left on the world, it is hard to say whether or not activism in hip-hop within the last four years would have been as prominent. And although his body is no longer with us on Earth, his soul remains present within all of us entertainers, athletes, writers, and revolutionaries alike. The reality of it is simple… Pac is with us. #hiphopuniverse #hiphopspecials

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  • 2Pac - Hit Em Up HD


    Music video by 2Pac performing Hit 'Em Up (Dirty)

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  • 2Pac - Sway In The Morning Interview East VS. West


    2Pac Interview - Tupac Speaks About Biggie and East Coast West Coast Beef during a Rare Interview.

    2Pac had not spoken to anyone extensively since joining Death Row. The Bad Boy/ Death Row conflict was at an all time high.

    Now is the east coast/west coast beef, really both coasts? Or is it Bad Boy and Death Row ?

    2Pac: It's not both coasts. What it the people on the East coast are real proud and real cultural and real strong like we are on the west coast. What happen was Biggie came at a time just like Hitler did with the Germans. Biggie came at a time when they were open to somebody saying 'We're the master race and these guys [west coast] are nothing. They're pretenders and this is why we're not makin' it in the business. It's because of these guys. This is why we're not doing nothing.

    So the east coast really not hatin' us or knowing anything about us..have just been listening to their supposed to be leader. They were listening to the person who's supposed to be representing' for them... They didn't know that what they were doing was ending our culture. We [west coast] held it down for you all. That's how I felt. I was in tears.. When LL was out there dancin' with women in silver suits which I'm not mad at..because I might do that one day.. But when the East coast was trying to be creative and test other boundaries we were holdin' it down with this hardcore shit. It might not have been what you [east coast] wanted but it kept rap alive for years. It kept money comin' in. It let them [the world] notice us.

    As soon as the east coast separate themselves from Biggie we will do shows in the east.. Everything is beautiful..But so far the east coast has been with him. Everything I read..every letter I read. every interview I read .nigguhs keep saying 'Fuck 2Pac..Biggie Biggie this and Biggie Biggie that like he's representin' everyone from the east coast.That's why I attack the way I do.. I'm a general and I'm a smart general and I'm not gonna attack at no blind soldier. I'm gonna attack those who attack me. The only reason why people was mad was because I came out of jail and made this a reality. When I got out of jail the east coast west coast shit was really started. California Love, when I was singin' put it down. and now nigguhs is mad because money is fucked up, attitudes have's not as safe as it used to be. Nigguhs gotta think about their business and that's what I wanted to happen..

    So are you saying a conversation with Puffy and Biggie would...

    2Pac: I wouldn't sit down and have a conversation with Puffy and Biggie..because that's like Scarface sitting down with the dude he's hoping to rule. They are not on my level..but I can sit down with the OGs and from there [back east] which we are doing. People need to now we're not beefing with the East coast.. We're about to start Death Row East with Eric B and all the OG nigguhs out there. We got Big Daddy Kane.. Christopher Williams..we're trying to get Bobby Brown.
    We're trying to get the East coast Death Row to be like the West Coast Death Row and make it major. We're not doing that until we get this business settled.. Even while we're doing this we're trying to get Wu-Tang.. I feel as though they represent the east coast the way we represent the west coast and I love them.

    What about Mobb Deep?

    2Pac: My little homies is attacking them. That's why I'm not even addressing the Mobb Deep issue. They're not even on my level. I find it disrespectful that they would even think they can attack me or the West Coast... So I don't even address those busta ass fakes.. Please print that.... It is on and poppin'. If you don't see me rushin' them that means it's cause they bowed down.
    Those Mobb Deep fools they don't want it.. Chino XL, Mobb Deep , Bad Boy, Biggie , Lil Ceasar, Junior Mafia all of them is on our hitlist and I'm getting with them with my new click called The Outlaws.

    Five years from now what do you see yourself doing?

    2Pac:.. I see myself having a job on Death Row...being the A&R person and an artist that drop an album like Paul McCartney every five years. Not that I'm like Paul McCartney but there's no rapper who ever did it so that's why I use him as an example... But I wanna do it at leisure. My music will mean something and I'll drop deeper shit. I'll have my own production company which I'm close to right now...I'm doing my own movies... #hiphopuniverse #hiphopspecials

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  • The Heartbreaking Truth About Jada and Tupacs Relationship


    On a recent episode of Red Table Talk, Jada revealed more about her relationship with Tupac. Here's more about the heartbreaking revelation.

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  • Full Interview: Tupac Outside Courthouse, N.Y. - November 29, 1994


    ???? IS MORE THAN SITE! #2PAC KEEP CALM AND ❤ TUPAC ✌ On the 29th November 1994, a Manhattan jury had convened to deliberate charges of sodomy, sexual abuse, and weapons possession against Tupac, 23, and his codefendant, Charles Fuller, 24. They stood accused of molesting a 19-year-old woman in Tupac’s $750-a-night, 38th-floor Parker Meridien Hotel suite on November 18, 1993. ☑ Read more info at


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  • Tupac Shakur In His Own Words MTV News 1997


    Tupac Shakur In His Own Words
    Producer/Writer: Abbie Kearse

    1997 MTV News television special updated to include a report with Chris Connelly one year after Tupac's murder (time code starts around 12:13 ). Segment producers and writers on this revised special include Kelly Flynn and Josh Tyrangiel. Additional Tupac interviewers/producers Jac Benson (1992 New York, NY), Jane Sangster (1992 New York, NY), Juliette Hohnen (1993 Los Angeles, CA) and Tabitha Soren (1995 Los Angeles, CA).

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  • Tupac Shakur: God Has Cursed Me To See What Life Should Be Like


    In the seventh installment of Tupac's 1994 Interview with Ed Gordon, Shakur explains why he believes he's doing God's work.

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  • 2Pac - BET Interview With Ed Gordon


    2Pac BET Interview in 1994 with Ed Gordon.

    This is Tupac's 1994 Interview with Ed Gordon. As we continue to commemorate the life of the late Tupac Shakur on the 20th anniversary of his d, an attribute that will live on is his candor. One striking presentation of the legend’s conviction, ideals and unapologetic stance was his 1994 interview with BET’s Ed Gordon. The award-winning journalist sat down with the rapper/actor/activist to dive into his ever-controversial persona.

    In a highlight of the in-depth conversation, ‘Pac defends the rap game, citing his peers as the ones responsible for bringing widespread attention to violence in the ghettos of America. He also drew parallels to how the right to bear arm is perceived when it comes to black citizens versus white ones. A foreshadowing of the #BlackLivesMatter mantra, Tupac begged a question that remains poignant to this day.

    “Why is a a black life any more recuperable than a white life?”

    ‘Pac also eerily detailed that his own life was constantly in danger, sharing that he had a number a**acks attempted against him by those that surrounded him. He also made it clear that his take on carrying weapons was one motivated by self-defense, not senseless acts of violence. As he had done several times before and after his conversation with Gordon, Tupac also referred to the impending loss of his physical life.

    “Once my life is gone, it’s gone; can’t nobody give it back to me. Not the judge, not the President, not the governor, not Calvin Butts, not Jesse Jackson. They can’t do nothin’ but come to my funeral and talk pretty about how Black people suffer.”

    Throughout much of Shakur’s life, he was just as much either a victim or witness to police v*olence as many other people of color, even going back as far as his early childhood when his parents, the late activist and gatekeeper of Tupac’s estate, Afeni Shakur and Billy Garland were members of the Black Panthers in New York. In fact, many of his family members were all persecuted by either the federal and/or local government — including his godfather Elmer “Geronimo” Pratt, his stepfather Mutulu Shakur, and his aunt Assata Shakur. It is no wonder why not too long after he began speaking out against corrupt police officers on his debut album, 2Pacalypse Now, the law began to come after him as they did his family. “I had no record all my life, no police record until I made a record. As my video was debuting on MTV, I was behind bars getting beat up by the police department,” he told journalist Ed Gordon in 1994.

    And this is the reality of many folks, especially those who are black and brown (like myself) minus the money and fame. I look at Chicago, my hometown where amid the rampant gun v*olence you have a long, long history of the CPD committing acts of unnecessary violence towards unarmed citizens, such as the incidents resulting in the deaths of Laquan McDonald and Rekia Boyd among many, many others. In fact, if you ask yourself if Tupac were here today, how outspoken would he be about these ongoing murders. Then you’d automatically know the answer. I’m more than confident that he would speak on the late McDonald and Boyd while f*ghting for Oscar Grant III from the Bay Area. If he were here today, pac would be right here with us f*ghting with fervor and speaking unapologetically about these ongoing injustices, just as BLM is doing now, while telling us to “strap up” for better or worse. Word to Korryn Gaines, R.I.P.

    Tupac famously said that although he might not change the world, he guaranteed that he would spark the young revolutionaries that would. And what if the thousands of members of BLM were those brains who were inspired by Pac himself? It’s certainly more than likely because without Pac and the burning mark he left on the world, it is hard to say whether or not activism in hip-hop within the last four years would have been as prominent. And although his body is no longer with us on Earth, his soul remains present within all of us entertainers, athletes, writers, and revolutionaries alike. 2Pac walks among us within the Black Lives Matter Movement.

    Fortunately for us all, Tupac’s lives on as we continue to remember him. Watch an exclusive clip from his 1994 BET interview with Ed Gordon above. #hiphopuniverse #hiphopspecials

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  • Malcolm X - Interview At Berkeley


    Malcolm X, being interviewed by Professor John Leggett and Herman Blake (graduate student) (Dept. of Sociology) at the University of California, Berkeley in October 1963, discusses being a Black Muslim, the conditions of Blacks in this country, their relation with white people, and states the case for Black separatism. Originally recorded October 11, 1963, Presented for Historical reference.

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  • Tupac Shakur On Being Called A Fake Thug


    In this video from Tupac´s 1994 interview with Ed Gordon he talks about being called a fake thug, being pimped, gun violence & more.

  • BTS of Tupac & Snoop Doggs 2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted Video | You Had To Be There


    MTV News talked to Snoop Dogg and Tupac on the set of '2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted' about the music video, their partnership, and legacy. Featuring appearances from Nate Dogg, Suge Knight, and more.

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  • Tupac & Biggie’s Murder Solved By Greg Kading


    Patrick Bet-David and Greg Kading discuss the motivation behind Tupac and Biggies murders and how the cases were solved. Subscribe to for all notifications

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    About: DescriptionGreg Kading is an American author and former Los Angeles Police Department detective best known for working on a multi law-enforcement task force that investigated the murders of rap stars Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls in the mid-2000s.

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  • Everything Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg Said About Michael Jackson


    This video is a collection of all the times Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg made comments about Michael Jackson in a public forum. The video also includes some comments from Tupac about Michael's sister, Janet Jackson. Some skips may appear in the video due to edits.

  • Tupac REVOLUTIONARY SPEECH Indiana Black Expo1993 #youngkhanhumblebtv #Pac #2Pac


    #PLEASESUBSCRIBE, #Like, #Comment & #HitTheNotificationBell...Now for the first time ever, hear #TupacShakur in his own words in this riveting, impromptu speech given in the summer of 1993 at the Indiana Black Expo in Indianapolis, Indiana!!! #2Pac was only 22 years old at the time. It also features the late, great #DrKhallidAbdulMuhammad, Tha 5 Star General Jaymz aka James 2X on the speaking panel and #YoungKhanThaDon aka #GZus (M-1) from the legendary underground groups #XNiggaz & #SoldierzAtWar on security (14:53), along with #RobertMuhammad who had a brief cameo in the classic film #BoyzNThaHood. Enjoy. Also, please follow #youngkhanhumblebtv, #youngkhanthadon & #therealhumbleb on Instagram. Sidenote: Both #YoungKhanThaDon & #2Pac were born on June 16th!!! #TheMarathonContinues #PoliceBrutality #ThugLife #2PaclypseNow #Resurrection #AllEyezOnMe #Makavelli #Strictly4MyNiggaz #Juice #PoeticJustice #2pacshakur #Pac #2PacQuotes #2PacSpeech #iaintmadatcha #deathrow #2PacSnoopdogg #CaliforniaLove #MeAgainstTheWorld #GeorgeFloyd #BreonnaTaylor #AhmaudArbery #TrayvonMartin #EricGardner #SandraBland #MikeBrown

  • 2Pac - Rags To Riches Interview All Eyez On Me


    2Pac rare Rags To Riches Interview about his making of All Eyez On Me process in 1995.

    In this interview 2Pac shakur is interviewed by Bill Bellamy about his story and current experiences in the making of his upcoming album at the time All Eyez On Me

    1995. 2Pac was out on bail, living life in a whirlwind. Still riding the highly successful release of “Me Against The World” 2Pac followed up this masterpiece with the then freshly minted off the press “All Eyez On Me” double disc album.Famed actor, comedian and television personality Bill Bellamy conducted an amazing interview with 2Pac, filled with the sincereness, authenticity and humor of any conversation between friends. Super producer Dr. Dre also made an appearance in the interview to discuss the making of the “All Eyez On Me” album by literally taking us into studio sessions with amazing imagery from himself and 2Pac. Enjoy this rare interview with three icons from of hip hop and entertainment. Here is the interview in full. Pieced together by Me “GalilHD 2019.

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  • 2Pac At The MTV Music Awards 1996


    2Pac Interview At The MTV Music Awards 1996.

    On 04 September, 1996, Tupac attends the MTV Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York. The show also marked Tupac Shakur’s final public appearance before the incidents in Las Vegas, Nevada three days later on September 7, Tupac's life came to an end at September 13.

    You can also see 2Pac and Snoop Dogg dancing in this video. There is a sequence where you see a baby carried by 2Pac. Is that 2Pac's son?

    I'm trying to bring 1989 back. I was broke in '89.

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    We plan to take the same strategy we used with Death Row West, which is mind over matter; taking all our weaknesses, and making them into our strengths. And numbers…We already run the streets out here. So now we just gonna help some of these brothers get their pimp-paper on, cause we know they got talent. And we got the ways to make them use their talent, to the maximum effect. And that’s what it’s about. Everybody raps – we don’t rap. We rap to make money, we do business. Ain’t no other record company out there, that sold as many records as we did. We outsold Bad Boy, LaFace, every black record label out there we outsold them, and in one year! And I’m a convict and my homeboy just got off a murder case, so that tells you that it’s pure talent. No hype, we don’t got no all-american smiles, they don’t even wanna buy our records – but they gotta buy our records cause we represent the streets.

    So Death Row East, is gonna be a personification of what we did on the West Side, we gonna do it to the East Side. We gonna prove once and for all, that all these people talking about a East Coast West Coast war, they like what Judas was to Jesus. They only here to cause confusion. We here to bring money, and to bring change, they here to bring confusion. All these weak rappers…Nas, and all these suckers they’re battling off East and West like it’s a game. This ain’t no game! If this was chess, we’d be yelling checkmate three motherfuckin’ years ago, cause we been beatin these motherfuckas. It’s not a game!

    2Pac's Meeting With NaS
    Snoop Dogg: “MTV had the Award show at Central Park, so Tupac and all of us from Death Row, we mobbing…we see Nas…He (Tupac) walked up to nas…nas had about a hundred goons with him that I see, that I know that they gangstas, but pac aint tripping and he just don’t care, so he walk up to nas…nas reached out to shake pac hand, and nas say ‘I got love for you pac’, and pac said, ‘well nigga, if you got love for me, I got a song coming out where I dissed you, Jay-Z, Biggie…’ He named like about 40 niggaz…he named a bunch of niggas, and he told nas, ‘if you got love for me, you aint gon say nothing after this record come out.’ Nas shook the nigga hand and looked over his shoulder…he had about a hundred niggaz with him, all them niggaz had their hands on their shit. He did them niggaz like this…like he winked his eye…like don’t do it. And he shook pac hand and he said I love you pac, and they separated.

    Snoop Dogg's Fallout With 2Pac
    Snoop Dogg: “We had just left New York. I had gotten off the HOT 97 radio station with Angie Martinez. That’s when me and him clashed, because she asked me on the air, ‘How do you feel about Diddy and Biggie?’ And I said what I felt. ‘They my homeboys. I love ’em.“

    „After Tupac perceived that Snoop had betrayed him by siding with Puffy and the The Notorious B.I.G.., with whom Tupac was beefing, Snoop’s interactions with Pac completely changed. “When I got back to the hotel, it was a whole ‘nother atmosphere, like he sent his homeboy to get the bud from me as opposed to him coming to get it from me. …So I felt funny… When I got on the plane to go to LA the next day, Suge Knight didn’t let none of my security ride with me. I had to ride on the plane with him, his homies, and Pac. And it was the most uncomfortable ride I had in my life, because my nigga didn’t say nothin’ to me the whole ride. That’s a five-hour flight on a private plane.“
    “I walk up to him, maybe three hours into the flight, sit next to him like, ‘Yo goin’ to Vegas, cuz?’ He turns [away from me], starts talkin’ to somebody else. I’m like, alright, go in the back, put the blanket on my head, knife in my hand, fork in my hand, and just sleep the rest of the ride, because I feel like they finna try to do something.“
    „When we walk out…I’m like, ‘Cuz, you goin’ to Vegas?’ He do me like [dismissive gesture]. He went his way, I went my way. Next time I get a call, niggas like, ‘Turn on the news! Turn on the news!“ #hiphopuniverse #hiphopspecials

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  • Tupac Talks Donald Trump & Greed in America in 1992 Interview | MTV News


    Tupac Shakur passionately explains his views on generosity and responsibility, traits he feels some people with extreme wealth like Donald Trump lack, in this MTV News clip from 1992.

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  • Nas Reveals Conversation w/ 2pac Right Before His Death


    - Back in 2006, Nas sat down with Julio G of 93.5 KDAY in Los Angeles to speak about rappers taking shots at him over the years, including 50 Cent, Jay Z, and more. He also speaks about squashing his beef with Jay Z after Ether, and shares a story about running into Tupac at the MTV Awards before he died.



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  • Tupac Disses Nas in Interview at After Party!


    Tupac with Death Row Disses Nas in Interview at MTV Music Awards!
    Tupac Amaru Shakur (/ˈtuːpɑːk ʃəˈkʊər/ TOO-pahk shə-KOOR;[1] born Lesane Parish Crooks; June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996), also known by his stage names 2Pac and briefly as Makaveli, was an American rapper, songwriter, and actor.[2] Shakur has sold over 75 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time.[3] His double disc albums All Eyez on Me and his Greatest Hits are among the best selling albums in the United States.[4] He has been listed and ranked as one of the greatest artists of all time by many magazines, including Rolling Stone which ranked him 86th on its list of The 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.[5] Consistently ranked as one of the greatest rappers ever, he was ranked number 2 by MTV in their list of The Greatest MCs of All-Time in 2006.[6] 2Pac is also ranked as the most influential rapper of all time.[7][8][9][10][11]

    Shakur began his career as a roadie, backup dancer, and MC for the alternative hip hop group Digital Underground, eventually branching off as a solo artist.[12][13][14] The themes of most of Shakur's songs revolved around the violence and hardship in inner cities, racism and other social problems. Both of his parents and several other of his family were members of the Black Panther Party, whose ideals were reflected in his songs.

    During the latter part of his career, Shakur was a vocal participant in the so-called East Coast–West Coast hip hop rivalry, becoming involved in conflicts with other rappers, producers and record-label staff members, most notably The Notorious B.I.G. and the label Bad Boy Records.[15]

    On September 7, 1996, Shakur was shot multiple times in a drive-by shooting at the intersection of Flamingo Road and Koval Lane in Las Vegas, Nevada.[16] He was taken to the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, where he died six days later.
    Upon his release from Clinton Correctional Facility in 1995, Shakur immediately went back to song recording. He began a new group called Outlaw Immortalz. Shakur began recording his first album with Death Row and released the single California Love soon after.

    On February 13, 1996, Shakur released his fourth solo album, All Eyez on Me. This double album was the first and second of his three-album commitment to Death Row Records. It sold over nine million copies.[68] The record was a general departure from the introspective subject matter of Me Against the World, being more oriented toward a thug and gangsta mentality. Shakur continued his recordings despite increasing problems at the Death Row label. Dr. Dre left his post as house producer to form his own label, Aftermath. Shakur continued to produce hundreds of tracks during his time at Death Row, most of which would be released on his posthumous albums Still I Rise, Until the End of Time, Better Dayz, Loyal to the Game and Pac's Life. He also began the process of recording an album with the Boot Camp Clik and their label Duck Down Records, both New York – based, entitled One Nation.[69]

    On June 4, 1996, he and Outlawz released the diss track Hit 'Em Up, a scathing lyrical assault on Biggie and others associated with him. In the track, Shakur claimed to have had sexual intercourse with Faith Evans, Biggie's wife at the time, and attacked Bad Boy's street credibility. Shakur was convinced that some members associated with Bad Boy had known about the '94 attack on him beforehand due to their behavior that night and what his sources told him. After the attack, Shakur immediately accused Jimmy Henchman (an associate of Bad Boy CEO Sean Combs) of orchestrating the attack, according to a 2005 interview with Henchman in Vibe magazine. After the attack, Shakur therefore aligned himself with Suge, Death Row's CEO, who was already bitter toward Combs over a 1995 incident at the Platinum Club in Atlanta, Georgia, which culminated in the death of Suge Knight's friend and bodyguard, Jake Robles; Knight was adamant in voicing his suspicions of Combs' involvement.[70]

    Collaborator Buckshot claimed in 2015 that Shakur defended him against Suge Knight, who had insisted that the East Coast rapper could not come with him to Las Vegas on the grounds of the ongoing hip hop rivalry. Shakur asserted that he would not board the plane unless accompanied by Buckshot and was described by the fellow rapper as looking discomforted while they recorded a song together in a studio after Shakur tore up the plane tickets.

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  • Tupac Shakur 1995 Interview With Chuck Phillips FULL UNCUT Rare


    This is the first interview Tupac did after being released from jail.

    Six days after his release from a New York prison, Tupac Shakur is holed up in the control booth of a dimly lit Tarzana recording studio.

    Bobbing his head and grinning, the 24-year-old rapper turns up the volume on a funky duet called 2 of America's Most Wanted, which he just finished with label mate Snoop Doggy Dogg.

    It's the 14th song Shakur has recorded since emerging from behind bars. Dressed in a baggy sweat suit and bandanna, Shakur--who hopes to have a new album out by Christmas, just days before arguments begin on his appeal -- spoke about prison, the media and his music.

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    To mark the release of All Eyes On Me which is hitting theatres worldwide from today, we have a special tribute video to the Rap Legend that is Tupac Amaru Shakur.

    You will find interviews and anecdotes from those who could truly claim to be in the presence of greatness. Friends of Tupac and those that surrounded him and his legacy give you their take on the Man, the Myth, The Legend.

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  • The Man Who Killed Tupac - Orlando Baby Lane Anderson


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  • 2Pac Refusing To Snitch On Biggie & His Homies About Hotel Evidence, Proves 2Pacs True Gangster!


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  • Enter Makaveli | Death of 2Pac | The End | Part 8


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  • Mob James on Suge Knight, 2Pac, Death Row, Mob Piru, Brothers Murder


    In this full interview, Mob James recounts his experience at Death Row Records, which involves eye-witness accounts of many of the legendary stories revolving around 2Pac and Suge Knight. Mob James recalls there being a penitentiary mindset at the record company, where employees were essentially afraid to come to work. Furthermore, he states that Suge Knight was ultimately loyal to nobody but himself, while later suggesting that 2Pac died by involving himself in something that he had nothing to do with.

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  • Tupac Shakur - Words From A Prophet


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    In November 1991, 2Pac released his debut solo album 2Pacalypse Now on Interscope Records and the album was certified gold with more than 500,000 albums sold. Sons of his like Brenda's Got A Baby on this album established him as an important voice in the rap game. In 1992, 2Pac got his first starring role in the movie Juice alongside Samuel L. Jackson, Omar Epps, & Queen Latifah. In 1993, 2Pac released his second album Strictly 4 My N---Z which produced hits like Keep Ya Head Up and I Get Around while also selling out like crazy. The album went platinum. RIP 2Pac.

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  • Biggie Speaks On 2Pacs Death The Last Interview


    The Notorious B.I.G. Last Interview 1997 (Rap City 1997).

    Christopher George Latore Wallace (May 21, 1972 – March 9, 1997), better known by his stage names The Notorious B.I.G., Biggie, or Biggie Smalls, was an American rapper. He is ranked by Billboard magazine as among the ten greatest rappers of all time.

    Wallace was raised in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. When he released his debut album Ready to Die in 1994, he became a central figure in the East Coast hip hop scene and increased New York City's visibility in the genre at a time when West Coast hip hop was dominant in the mainstream. The following year, Wallace led his childhood friends to chart success through his protégé group, Junior M.A.F.I.A. While recording his second album, Wallace was heavily involved in the growing East Coast–West Coast hip hop feud.

    After the release of Who Shot Ya?, which Shakur interpreted as a diss song mocking about his robbery, 2Pac appeared on numerous tracks aiming threatening and/or antagonistic insults at Biggie, Bad Boy as a label, and anyone affiliated with them from late 1995 to 1996. Examples include the songs Against All Odds, Bomb First (My Second Reply) and Hit 'Em Up. During this time the media became heavily involved and dubbed the rivalry a coastal rap war, reporting on it continually. This caused fans from both scenes to take sides.

    Although an official retaliation record was never released by the Brooklyn MC in response to Shakur's slurs, a certain number of Biggie's lyrics were interpreted by listeners as subliminal shots aimed at Shakur, in particular the track Long Kiss Goodnight, which Lil' Cease claimed was about 2Pac in an XXL interview. Puffy, however, steadfastly denied this theory, affirming that if Biggie were to diss 2Pac, he would have called him out by name.

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    His double-disc album Life After Death, released 16 days after Biggie had passed, rose to No. 1 on the U.S. album charts and was certified Diamond in 2000 by the Recording Industry Association of America, one of the few hip hop albums to receive this certification. Wallace was noted for his loose, easy flow, dark semi-autobiographical lyrics and storytelling abilities, sometimes changing his pitch on songs. Three more albums have been released since his death. He has certified sales of 17 million units in the United States. #hiphopuniverse #hiphopspecials

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  • Tupac Shakur: Rolling Stone Interview with Chuck Phillips, August 1993


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  • Ayanna Jackson Forced To Press Charges on Tupac? Tupac Cousin Remembers Call from Ayanna Jackson


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  • Richie Rich on 2Pac, Biggie, E-40, 5 On It Remix, Prison, Oakland


    In this VladTV exclusive, Bay Area legend Richie Rich stopped by to talk about a number of topics ranging from his friendship with 2Pac to declining a feature on Biggie's album and how his beef with E-40 started and ended. Richie Rich also recounted slipping back into the streets after his time at Def Jam and even detailed a time when authorities raided his house over a federal marijuana case.



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