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  1. This isn't "news" to anyone who's been into Hip-Hop since the 90's. Before 2Pac was killed, he often talked about the One Nation project. Rolling Stone magazine, only keeping one toe in the world of Hip-Hop just published an article on it because of a letter that was found. Here's the link to the article, which has a picture of 2Pac's hand written letter: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/tupac-outkast-album-newly-unearthed-letter-reveals-planned-collaboration-20150206
  2. Tupac Shakur's Foundation Is Gifting Us With New Music Soon Stacy-Ann Ellis Posted November 10, 2014 Even many years after his passing Tupac and his camp are making an impact on society. The Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation, founded in 1997 by his mom Afeni Shakur, is promising new tunes in the name of charity. Before you start thinking along the lines of an all-Pac-everything album, the promised new single—which will be available on 2pac.com for $.99—primarily features several hip hop stars and all sale proceeds will benefit the maintenance of the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts
  3. http://ambrosiaforheads.com/2014/08/tupac-explains-why-all-eyez-on-me-was-so-different-from-his-other-albums-audio/ August 14, 2014 | Published By 34 Tupac Explains Why All Eyez on Me Was So Different From His Other Albums A week removed from the artist’s return from prison in 1995, L.A. Times journalist Chuck Philips sat down with Tupac Shakur to talk about the making of his album All Eyez On Me and the societal implications of his music in between listening sessions at the studio. From the day he was released from prison, Tupac hit the studio to begin recording the classic alb
  4. This is dope. Even if you aren't a huge 2Pac fan, this is worth listening to. It's 2Pac, just months before All Eyes On Me came out. The vision he has for the community and cleaning up violence is insane. His connection with the Hip-Hop community, the neighborhoods, and the church is pretty amazing. The connection with some of his legal troubles is pretty crazy too. People just wanted to stop this man, and they succeeded. Author Saniyka Shakur talks a bit more than necessary, but this is still great. Check it. http://thesource.com/2014/06/08/never-heard-conversation-between-2pac-san
  5. Not exactly the most interesting article. I was hoping to hear something amazing when I saw the title, but nothing amazing is really said. For one thing, it shows it complete distrust and respect for police after all they put him through. Why is isn't a dignified last look at him, it shows he wasn't weak in that moment. Tupac's Final Words Revealed by Police Officer on Scene of Murder Retired Las Vegas sergeant Chris Carroll was the first responder to rapper's 1996 shooting By Ryan Reed May 23, 2014 10:50 AM ET Tupac Shakur Ron Galella/WireImage The first police of
  6. This post goes out to Julie...and the other Left Eye/TLC fans on the board. Some of you know that in 2001, Left Eye tried to release her long awaited solo album, Supernova. The album was a crazy mix of wit and deep lyrics. The sound of the album was all over the place and it challenged listeners, as there isn't any other album like it. Long story short, after releasing it overseas, LA Reid wasn't going to release it in the US until she re-worked it...probably to make it more Hip-Hop or more like a TLC album. Long story short, Left Eye (a fellow stubborn Taurus) wasn't going to chang
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