TMZ caught up with the good doctor outside of Boa steakhouse in Hollywood, and you know they had to ask him about the now infamous 2Pac hologram he performed with at Coachella. Look for Pac’s 2D image to appear at the encore this weekend in the southern California, and possibly on tour in a city near you soon.
All the conspiracy theories can now be put to an end. Pac is not on an island with Elvis. He lives in the lungs of The Outlawz. I’m beyond bugged out over this!
“We die clutchin glasses, filled with liquor bomblastic/Creamated, last wishes, nigga smoke my ashes” - 2Pac
This could be one of the most informative interviews K. Dot has done to date. Recently he sat down with Bootleg Kev and spoke to him about Section.80, releasing it on iTunes instead of making it free, him working on his official debut album, collaborating with other artists, being independent and the possibility of signing to a major, J. Cole, 2Pac visiting him in a dream, his influences, Detox and a lot more. Purchase Section.80 and check out Mr. Lamar spit bars over Pac’s Hail Mary.
This has been a question that has been the topic of conversation in many barber shops, college campuses, or just on the block. Many people think that Biggie was the greatest lyricist ever, while others believe it is Rakim, Jay-Z, Nas, or 2Pac. I’m not here to argue, I’m just posing the question. What are your thoughts? Do you think Biggie was the best lyricist to ever come out of the EAST COAST?
So the answer is yes, Tupac Back! Here is an unreleased song that was leaked a while back in awful quality. This song is an ode to his friend, former heavyweight champion and boxing Hall Of Famer, Mike Tyson. Two of my favorite people, so I’m not complaining.
Download: 2Pac – Road To Glory
Tupac Back! These two previously unreleased songs just shot out of nowhere, and go back to the beginning of the East vs West beef. On NY 87, Pac goes in on Biggie, Mobb Deep, Jeru, ATCQ and more. Watch Ya Mouth of course is still aimed at Big, but Nas, De La Soul and even Dr. Dre get bucked at.
Download: 2Pac – NY 87 feat. Tha Dogg Pound
Download: 2Pac – Watch Ya Mouth
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Here are the official visuals of tupac shakur 40th birthday from Maybach Music courtesy of Spliff TV from last nights celebration of the life of Tupac Shakur in Atlanta. There was major star power in the house, as you can see, as Mike Epps hosted the event. Rick Ross and Meek Mill performed Tupac Back, and then Rozay gave a speech about how Pac influenced him and really, the world.