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Rare Projects

DAT Reels

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2Pac – The Born Busy Sessions (THC Project)

2Pac – 1994 – Thug Life (Demo Tape)

2Pac – 1994 – Thug Life Volume 1 (US Promo Cassette)

2Pac – 1994 – The Interscope Project

2Pac – 1995 – Untitled Interscope Cassette Tape

2Pac – 1996 – The Sessions Of ”One Nation”

Makaveli – 1996 – (The 7 Day Theory) (Demo) (Raw Tracks)

2Pac – Evolution: The Definitive Collection [DVD 1]

2Pac – Evolution: The Definitive Collection [DVD 2]

2Pac – Evolution: The Definitive Collection [DVD 3]

2Pac – Evolution: The Definitive Collection [DVD 4]

2Pac – Evolution: The Definitive Collection [DVD 5]

2Pac – Evolution: The Definitive Collection [DVD 6]

2Pac – Evolution: The Definitive Collection [DVD 7]

2Pac – Evolution: The Definitive Collection [DVD 8]

2Pac – Evolution: The Definitive Collection [DVD 9]

2Pac – Evolution: The Definitive Collection [DVD 10]


2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted – 2Pac, Snoop Dogg [12.18.1996]

4 The Hustlaz – Ant Banks; Too $hort; 2Pac; MC Breed; Otis; Shug) [1996]

6 or 12 – 2Pac; Hussein Fatal, Mussolini, Mr. Malik, Yaki Kadafi [11.28.1996]

16 on Death Row – 2Pac; Cool Russell [1992]


Against All Odds -2Pac [07.08.1996]

Ain’t Hard 2 Find – 2Pac; E-40; Richie Rich; C-Bo; B-Legit [11.22-25.1995]

Ain’t Nothing Wrong – 2Pac (Interlude) [08.12.1996]

All About U – 2Pac; Nate Dogg, Dru Down, Hussein Fatal, Yaki Kadafi, Snoop Dogg, Top Dogg [11.22.1995]

All Eyez On Me – 2Pac; Big Syke [10.14.1995]

All Out – 2Pac; Yaki Kadafi; E.D.I.; Kastro; Napoleon; Young Noble [09.06.1996]

Ambitions of A Ridah – 2Pac [11.21.1995]

Ambitionz Az A Fighta – 2Pac [07.03.1996]

Amerikka Eats Its Young – 2Pac; Young Lay; Ray Luv; Mac Mall [1994]

Animosity – 2Pac; Richie Rich; Big Syke [1994]

Are You Still Down – 2Pac; Jon B. [04.15.1996]

As The World Turns aka Why – 2Pac, Young Noble, Hussein Fatal, E.D.I. Mean, Yaki Kadafi, Big D [08.25.1996]


Babies Having Babies – 2Pac; Dana Smith [1987]

Baby Don’t Cry (Keep Ya Head Up II) – 2Pac; Outlawz[04.29.1996]

Ballad Of A Dead Soulja – 2Pac; 6 Feet Deep [02.06.1996]

Basket Case (’96 Sho Shot) – 2Pac; Greg Nice [06.14.1996]

Better Days – 2Pac; O.F.T.B.; Mussolini [10.23.1995]

Big Bad Lady – Rock On – Lady of Rage; 2Pac; Kevin Vernando [04.30.1996]

Big Time – 2Pac; Stretch; Majesty [1992-1993]

Biggie And Tupac Live Freestyle Madison Square Garden [10.24.1993]

Black Cotton – 2Pac; Mouse Man [1993]

Black Jesuz – 2Pac; Val Young; Yaki Kadafi; Storm; Hussein Fatal; Kastro) [08.13.1996]

Black Starry Night – Interlude [1992-1993]

Blasphemy – 2Pac; Prince Ital Joe [07.23.1996]

Bomb First – 2Pac, E.D.I. Mean, Young Noble [07.12.1996]

Borrowed Times – 2Pac; Chelle [04.13.1996]

Break ‘Em Off -2Pac; Money-B; W.C.; Deb E [1991]

Breathin’ – 2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, Sylk-E-Fyne, E.D.I. Mean, Diamond, T-Ski [1996]

Brenda’s Got A Baby – 2Pac,Dave, Roniece (1991)

Brotharz In Arms – 2Pac, Buckshot, Cocoa Brovaz (06.15.1996)

Brothas In The Pen (09.27.1992)

Bury Me A G – 2Pac, Natasha Walker (1994)


California Love – 2Pac, Dr. Dre, Roger Troutman (11.04.1995)

Can U Get Away – 2Pac, Eboni Foster (09.20.1994)

Can’t C Me – 2Pac, George Clinton (11.04.1995)

Can’t Turn Back – Spice 1 with 2Pac, Blackjack

Catchin’ Feelings – 2Pac (08.29.1996)

Changed Man – 2Pac, Nate Dogg, Big Syke (02.21.1996)

Changes -2Pac, Poppi (1992)

Check It Out – 2Pac, Dana Smith (1987)

Check Out Time – 2Pac, Kurupt, Syke, Natasha Walker (11.06.1995)

Come With Me (Interlude) – 2Pac, Danny Boy (10.15.1995)

Comin’ Real Again – MC Breed, 2Pac (1993)

Cradle 2 The Grave – 2Pac, Mopreme, Rated R, Big Syke, Macadoshis, Moe-Z., Albert Washingon, Rochell (1993-1994)

Crooked Nigga Too -2Pac, Stretch (1991-1992)


Da Struggle Continuez – 2Pac, Hussein Fatal, Flipside, Mussolini, Low M.B. (10.24.1995)

Danger Times – Live Squad, 2Pac (1992)

Dayz of a Criminal – 2Pac (1991)

Deadly Combination – 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G., Big L, Stretch (1994)

Dear Mama – 2Pac, Reggie Green, Sweet Franklin (07.14.1994)

Dear Mama (Reels) – 2Pac, Reggie Green, Sweet Franklin (07.14.1994)

Definition Of A Thug Nigga – 2Pac (1993)

Do For Love – 2Pac, Eric Williams (1991)

Don’t Call Me Bitch – 2Pac (1992)

Don’t Get It Twisted – Thug Life, 2Pac (1994)

Don’t Go 2 Sleep – 2Pac, E.D.I. Mean, Hussein Fatal, Kastro) (10.13.1995 2pac’s Verse)

Don’t Sleep – 2Pac, Lil Big, Nutt-so, Napoleon, Yaki Kadafi (1996)

Don’t Sleep (Reels) – 2Pac, Lil Big, Nutt-so, Napoleon, Yaki Kadafi (1996)

Don’t Stop Keep Goin’ – Tha Dogg Pound, 2Pac (1996)

Don’t Stop The Music – 2Pac, E.D.I. Mean, Fatal Hussein, Jewell (11.22.1995)

Don’t You Trust Me – 2Pac, Roniece Levias, Dave Hollister (1992)

Don’t You Trust Me (Reels) – 2Pac, Roniece Levias, Dave Hollister (1992)

Dopefiend’s Diner – 2Pac (1991)

Dumpin’ – 2Pac, Gonzoe, Scar-locc, Kurupt, Nutt-so (1996)


Enemies With Me – 2Pac, Stretch, Majesty, Mutah, K-Dogg, Big Malc, Young Hollywood, Sh’Killa (1994)

Everything They Owe – 2Pac (1996)


Faced Shootouts (Interlude) (1993)

Fade Me – 2Pac, Jewell, Kastro, Napoleon (11.15.1995)

Fadeaway (Unheard) – 2Pac (1991)

Fair Xchange – 2Pac, Tyrone Wrice, Cappucine Jackson (11.13.1995)

Fake Ass Bitches -2Pac, Yanni, Rated R (1993)

Fantasy – 2Pac, Ryan D (1989)

First 2 Bomb – 2Pac, Napolean, Yaki Kadafi, E.D.I. Mean (1996)

Flex – 2Pac, Kastro, E.D.I. (1992)

Fortune and Fame – 2Pac, Kokane, E.D.I. Mean, Yaki Kadafi, Spice 1 (06.12.1996)

Freestyle Live At Madison Square Garden – 2Pac, Big Daddy Kane, Biggie Smalls, Scoob Lover, Shyheim

Fright Night – 2Pac, Storm (06.12.1996)

Fuck All Y’all – 2Pac (06.30.1994)

Fuck Em All -2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, E.D.I. Mean, Young Noble, Napoleon, Kastro (1995-1996)

Fuck Friendz – 2Pac (07.08.1996)

Fuckin’ Wit The Wrong Nigga – 2Pac (03.25.1996)

Funky Freestyles (Way Back Show) – 2Pac, Money B, Del The Funky Homosapien, Debbie Deb (1991)


Gaffled – The Govenor, 2Pac, Richie Rich (1992)

Ghetto Gospel – 2Pac, Poppi (1992)

Ghetto Star – 2Pac, Danny Boy, Nutt-so (1996)

Ghetto Star (Reels) – 2Pac, Danny Boy, Nutt-so (1996)

Ghetto Star (Charlie-O Remix) (Reels) – 2Pac, Nutt-So (1996)

Ghost – 2Pac

God Bless The Dead – 2Pac, Stretch (1994)

Good Life – 2Pac, Mussolini, E.D.I. Mean (03.31.1996)

Gotta Get Mine – MC Breed, 2Pac (1993)

Grab The Mic [Staring Through My Rearview] – 2Pac


Hail Mary – 2Pac, Kastro, Young Noble, Yaki Kadafi, Prince Ital Joe (07.20.1996)

Happy Home – 2Pac, Michel’le, Reggie (04.21.996)

He vs. She – 4 My Niggaz feat. Storm (01.13.1996)

Heartz of Men – 2Pac (11.18.1995)

Heaven Aint Hard 2 Find – 2Pac, Danny Boy (12.13.1995)

Hell 4 A Hustler – 2Pac, Jay Valentine, E.D.I. Mean, Young Noble (1996)

Hellrazor – 2Pac, Stretch (1992-1994)

Hennessey – 2Pac, Big Syke, Mopreme (1993)

High Speed – 2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, E.D.I. Mean (1996)

High Til’ I Die – 2Pac, Rated R, Macadoshis, Don Jawarr (03.19.1994)

Hit ‘Em Up – 2Pac, Storm, Hussein Fatal, Yaki Kadafi, E.D.I. Mean, Prince Ital Joe (06.03.1996)

Hold On Be Strong – 2Pac, Stretch (1993)

Hold Ya Head – 2Pac, Tyrone Wrice (07.18.1996)

Holla at Me – 2Pac, Nanci Fletcher (12.05.1995)

Holler If Ya Hear Me – 2Pac, Stretch, Majesty (1992)

Homeboyz – 2Pac, Young Noble (08.1996)

Homies And Thuggs – Scarface, Master P, 2pac (1996)

Hopeless – 2Pac (1992)

House Of Pain – 2Pac, Stretch, The Notorious B.I.G. ) (1993-1994)

How Do U Want It -2Pac, K-Ci & JoJo (OG with Natasha Walker) (11.28.1995)

How Do U Want It (Reels) – 2Pac, Natasha Walker (11.28.1995)

How Long Will They Mourn Me – 2Pac, Nate Dogg, Big Syke, Rated R, Macadoshis (1994)

Hurts The Most – Live Squad, 2Pac, Mopreme (1994)


I Ain’t Mad At Cha – 2Pac, Danny Boy (11.21.1995)

I Can’t Turn Back – Spice 1, 2Pac, Blackjack

I Get Around – 2Pac, Digital Underground (1992)

I Saw Your Girl – 2Pac, Darren Bastfield) (1988)

I Thought You Knew – 2Pac, Ryan D (1990)

I Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto – 2Pac (1992-1993)

I’d Rather Be Your Lover – Madonna, 2Pac (06.15.1994)

If I Die 2Nite – 2Pac (09.03.1994)

If My Homie Calls – 2Pac (1991)

If There’s A Cure – 2Pac, Snoop Doggy Dogg) (02.21.1996)

If They Love Their Kidz – 2Pac, Napoleon, Kastro (01.21.1996)

I’m Gettin’ Money – 2Pac (1993)

I’m Losin’ It – 2Pac, Big Syke, Spice 1 (1994)

In His Own Words – 2Pac, Young Noble (1996)

In The Late Night [My Dyin’ Day] – 2Pac, Aunt Glo, Big Malik, Mutah, K-Dog, Young Hollywood (11.1994)

Initiated – Daz Dillinger, 2Pac, Kurupt, Hussein Fatal, Kastro, E.D.I. Mean (12.22.1995)

Initiated (Reels) – Daz Dillinger, 2Pac, Kurupt, Hussein Fatal, Kastro, E.D.I. Mean (12.22.1995)

Is It Cool To Fuck – 2Pac, Natasha Walker, Macadoshis, Rated R (1993-1994)

It Ain’t Easy – 2Pac (08.21.1994)

It Ain’t Necessarily So – 2Pac, Shock G (1991)


Jawz Tight – Let’s Fight – 2Pac, Capital LS, Buckshot, Asu, Smif N Wessun, Numbskull, E.D.I. Mean, Napoleon, Yaki Kadafi (06.1996)

Jealous Got Me Strapped – Spice 1, 2Pac

Judgement Day – 2Pac, Dee Tha Mad Bitch, Mopreme, Stretch (1992-1993)

Just Like Daddy – 2Pac, E.D.I. Mean, Yaki Kadafi, Young Noble (08.12.1996)

Just Watchin’ – 2Pac, Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, Snoop Dogg, Charlie Wilson (02.27.1996)


Keep Ya Head Up – 2Pac, The Black Angel (1992)

Killa [Don’t Fuck With A Killah] – Freddie Foxxx, 2Pac, Ray Dogg (1994)

Killing Fields – Young Thugz, 2Pac (1993)

Killuminati – 2Pac, E.D.I. Mean, Yaki Kadafi (07.08.1996)

Komradz – 2Pac, Storm, E.D.I. Mean, Mussolini, Napolean, Kastro (10.28.1995)

Krazy – 2Pac, Bad Azz (07.22.1996)


Last Ones Left – 2Pac, Napoleon (1996)

Late Night – 2Pac, DJ Quik, Hussein Fatal, Yaki Kadafi (11.13.1995)

Let Em Have It – 2Pac, Val Young, Storm (07.06.1996)

Let Knowledge Drop – 2Pac, Rock T (1988)

Let Them Thangs Go – 2Pac (1993)

Let’s Get It On – Eddie F. & The Untouchables, Heavy D., 2pac, Biggie, Grand Puba, Spunk Bigga

Let’s Get It On (Ready 2 Rumble) – 2Pac (09.05.1996)

Let’s Get It On (Ready 2 Rumble) (Reels) – 2Pac (09.05.1996)

Letter 2 My Unborn – 2Pac (1996)

Letter To The President – 2Pac, EDI. Syke, Kastro (02.22.1996)

Lie To Kick It – 2Pac, Richie Rich (1993)

Life Goes On – 2Pac, Stacy Smailie (10.23.1995)

Life Of A Outlaw – 2Pac, Bo-Roc, Young Noble, E.D.I. Mean, Kastro, Napoleon (07.02.1996)

Life’s So Hard – Hard On a Nigga – 2Pac (08.08.1994)

Lil Homies – 2Pac, Napoleon, Kastro, Danny Boy, Val Young, E.D.I. Mean (03.07.1996)

Lord Knows – 2Pac, Natasha Walker (08.09.1994)

Lost Souls – 2Pac, Young Noble, E.D.I. Mean (07.17.1996)

Loyal To The Game – 2Pac, Treach, Riddler (02.21.1994)


M.O.B – 2Pac, Hussein Fatal, Mopreme, Big Syke, Yaki Kadafi (10.28.1995)

Made Niggas – 2Pac, Napoleon, Hussein Fatal, E.D.I. Mean, Kastro, Yaki Kadafi (04.23.1996)

Mama’s Just A Little Girl – 2Pac (02.26.1996)

Me & My Girlfiend – 2Pac, Virginia Slim (06.27.1996)

Me Against The World – 2Pac, Puff Johnson, Yaki Kadafi, E.D.I. Mean (09.24.1994)

Military Mindz – 2Pac, Cocoa Brovas, Buckshot (06.19.1996)

Minnie The Moocher – 2Pac, Ray Luv (1989)

My Block – 2Pac (1994)

My Closest Road Dogs – 2Pac, Big Syke (02.13.1996)

My Homeboyz – 2Pac (07.1996)

N.I.G.G.A – 2Pac, Mocedes, Mouse Man (1992)


Never B Peace – 2Pac, Marvaless, Storm, Danny Boy (01.31.1996)

Never Be Beat – 2Pac (1989-1990)

Never Call U Bitch Again – 2Pac, Danny Boy (06.1996)

Never Had A Friend Like Me – 2Pac (02.04.1996)

Nigga Named Troublesome – 2Pac (1992)

Niggaz Done Changed – Richie Rich, 2Pac (1996)

Niggaz In Tha Pen – 2Pac, Mouse Man & The Wycked (1992)

Niggaz Nature – 2Pac, Val Young (07.06.1996)

No More Pain – 2Pac (12.18.1995)

No Parts of Dis -2Pac (1991)

Nothing But Love – 2Pac (1993)

Nothing To Lose – 2Pac, YN-Vee (08.13.1994)

Nothing To Lose (Reels) – 2Pac, YN-Vee (08.13.1994)

NY ’87 (Now That’s Dissin’) – Tha Dogg Pound, Deadly Threat, 2Pac (12.14.1995)

NY ’87 (Now That’s Dissin’) (Reels) – Tha Dogg Pound, Deadly Threat, 2Pac (12.14.1995)


Old School – 2Pac (09.26.1994)

One Day At A Time – Spice 1, 2Pac, LP, Headstrong (1996)

Only Fear of Death – 2Pac, Hussein Fatal, E.D.I. Mean, Kastro (06.11.1996)

Only God Can Judge Me – 2Pac, Rappin’ 4-Tay (12.06.1995)

Only Move 4 The Money – Daz Dillinger, 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, Bad Azz (1996)

Only Move 4 The Money (Reels)– Daz Dillinger, 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, Bad Azz (1996)

Open Fire – 2Pac, Akshun (1994)

Out On Bail – 2Pac, AB (1994)

Out The Moon (Boom, Boom, Boom) – Snoop Dogg, 2Pac, Tray Deee, Soopafly (1996)

Outlaw – 2Pac, Rah Rah, Young Hollywood, K-Dog, Big Malcolm, Mutah (1994)

Outlaw Immortal – 2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, Hussein Fatal, E.D.I Mean, Mussolini (01.10.1996)

Outlaw Immortal (Reels) – 2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, Hussein Fatal, E.D.I Mean, Mussolini (01.10.1996)


Pac’s Life – 2Pac (07.29.1996)

Pain – 2Pac, Stretch (1994)

Panther Power – 2Pac, Ryan D, Ray Luv (1988)

Papa’z Song – 2Pac, Poppi, Wycked (1992)

Pass The 40 – Raw Fusion, Money B, Pee Wee, 2pac, Saafir, Big Stretch, Mac-Mone, D the Poet, 151, Bulldog (1991-1992)

Peep Game (Part II) – 2Pac, Stretch (1994)

Peep Game (Part II) (Master Reels) (Unreleased) – 2Pac, Stretch (1994)

Picture Me Rollin – 2Pac, Danny Boy, Syke, CPO (11.26.1995)

Play Ya Cards Right – 2Pac, Michel’le, Tyrone Wrice, Mussolini, Komani, E.D.I. Mean, Yaki Kadafi (01.10.1996)

Po Nigga Blues – 2Pac (1993)

Pour Out a Lil Liquor – 2Pac (1994)

R U Still Down – 2Pac (1994)


Rather Be Ya Nigga – 2Pac, Richie Rich, Puff Johnson, Ebony (10.28.1995)

Ready 4 Whatever – 2Pac, Big Syke (1994)

Real Bad Boyz – Assassin, 2Pac, Dee Tha Mad Bitch (1993)

Reincarnation – 2Pac, Lemika, Kastro, E.D.I. Mean & Hussein Fatal (06.10.1996)

Resist The Temptation – 2Pac (1991)

Revenge of the Lunatic – 2Pac, Money B (1991)

Ride 4 Me – 2Pac, Hussein Fatal, Kurupt, Scarr-lo (1995)

Run Tha Streetz – 2Pac, Michel’le, Mutah, Storm (10.31.1995)

Runnin’ (Dying to Live) – 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G

Runnin’ (From the Police) – 2Pac, Young Hollywood, K-Dogg, Big Malcolm, Buju Banton, Stretch, The Notorious B.I.G. (08.12.1994)

Runnin’ On E – 2Pac, Hussein Fatal, Yaki Kadafi, Young Noble, Nutt-so (1996)


Salsa Con Soulfood – Funky Aztecs, 2Pac, Merciless, T.M.D., Money B. (1992)

Same Song – Digital Underground, 2Pac (1990)

Scared Straight – 2Pac, Ray Luv (1991)

Secrets Of War – 2Pac, Hussein Fatal, Yaki Kadafi, Young Noble (1996)

Set It Off – 2Pac, Jewell, Asu, Tek, Capital LS, Greg Nice, Buckshot (06.19.1996)

Shit Don’t Stop – 2Pac, YN-Vee, Macadoshis, Rated R, Mopreme, Big Syke (1994)

Shorty Wanna Be a Thug – 2Pac (12.18.1995)

Skandalouz – 2Pac, Nate Dogg (11.24.1995)

Skank Wit’ U – Don Jagwarr, 2Pac (1994)

Slippin’ Into Darkness – Funky Aztecs, 2Pac, Merciless, Sapo-Loco

Smile – Scarface, 2Pac, Johnny P (1996)

So Many Tears – 2Pac, Thug Life, Stretch (1994)

Something 2 Die 4 – 2Pac (1992)

Soon As I Get Home – 2Pac, Yaki Kadafi (12.13.1995)

Souljah’s Revenge – 2Pac (1992)

Soulja’s Story – 2Pac (1991)

St. Ides Commercial – 2Pac, Snoop Dogg (1993, 1996)

Starin Through My Rear View – 2Pac, E.D.I. Mean, Yaki Kadafi (05.02.1996)

Staring Through My Rear View (Master Reels) – 2Pac, E.D.I, Yaki Kadafi (05.02.1996)

Static – 2Pac (1989)

Still Ballin’ – 2Pac, Kurupt (12.18.1995)

Still Don’t Give A Fuck – 2Pac (1991)

Still I Rise – 2Pac, Big Syke, Yaki Kadafi, Hussein Fatal (10.19.1995)

Str8 Ballin’ – 2Pac (1994)

Street Fame – 2Pac (07.29.1996)

Street Life – Snoop Dogg, Val Young, Prince Ital Joe, 2Pac (03.03.1996)

Sucka 4 Love – 2Pac, G-Money, Killa (1994)


Tattoo Tears – 2Pac, Young Noble, Napoleon, Yaki Kadafi, Kastro (03.30.1996)

Tear Drops & Closed Caskets – 2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, Napoleon, E.D.I. Mean, Kastro, Nate Dogg (02.22.1996)

Tearz Of A Clown – 2Pac (1991)

Temptations – 2Pac (08.06.1994)

Temptations (Master Reels) – 2Pac (08.06.1994)

Terror on the Tables – 2Pac, Darren Bastfield (1987)

That’s My Man Throwing Down – 2Pac, Darren Bastfield (1987)

The Case of the Misplaced Mic – 2Pac, DJ Dizzy (1989)

The DFLO Shuttle – Digital Underground, 2Pac (1991)

The Fight [Road to Glory] – 2Pac (03.14.1996)

The Good Die Young – 2Pac, Val Young, Napoleon, Young Noble, Kastro, E.D.I. Mean, Young Noble (22.07.1996)

The Heat – 2Pac, Stretch, Keith Murray, Am Alive (30.11.1994)

The Lunatic – 2Pac (1991)

The Realest Killaz – 2Pac, 50 Cent

The Way We Swing – Digital Underground, 2Pac (1990)

There U Go – 2Pac, Nanci Fletcher, Mussolini, Kastro, E.D.I. Mean, Mr. Malik (10.24.1995)

They Don’t Give a Fuck About Us – 2Pac, E.D.I. Mean, Kastro, Yaki Kadafi, Napoleon (04.15.1996)

They’re Tryin’ To Kill Me – 2Pac; 3X Krazy

Things R Changing – 2Pac (03.08.1996)

This Ain’t Livin – 2Pac (03.14.1996)

This Life I Lead- 2Pac, Gonzoe, Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, Nutt-so (04.24.199)

Throw Ya Hands Up – 2Pac, Killa, Moe Z, Ronnie Love (11.1994)

Thug 4 Life – 2Pac (1993)

Thug Life ’93 – 2Pac, Big Syke, Prince Ital Joe (1993)

Thug Life ’95 – Dramacydal, 2Pac (1995)

Thug Luv – Bizzy Bone, 2Pac, Sylk-E-Fyne (1996)

Thug N U Thug N Me – 2Pac, Jewell (03.11.1996)

Thug Nigga – 2Pac, Capital LS, ASU, Greg Nice (06.1996)

Thug Passion – 2Pac, Jewell, Kastro, Napoleon, E.D.I. Mean, Storm (11.29.1995)

Thug Style – 2Pac (1993)

Thugz Get Lonely Too – 2Pac, Rated R (1993)

Thugz Mansion – 2Pac (02.02.1996)

Time 2 Get My Drank On – 2Pac, YN-Vee (1993-1994)

To Live & Die In L.A – 2Pac, Val Young (07.17.1996)

Tongue Kissin’ – 2Pac (04.15.1996)

Too Late Playa – 2Pac, Queen, Danny Boy, Big Daddy Kane, Hammer, Nutt-so (04.1996)

Too Tight – 2Pac, Nanci Fletcher (1996)

Toss It Up – 2Pac, Danny Boy, KCi & JoJo, Aaron Hall (06.07.1996)

Tradin War Stories – 2Pac, Kastro, E.D.I. Mean, C-Bo, Napoleon, Storm (11.28.1995)

Trapped – 2Pac (1991)

Troublesome ’96 – 2Pac (04.08.1996)

Trump Tight – 2Pac, Capital LS, Asu, Greg Nice (06.17.1996)


U Can Be Touched – 2Pac, Bo-Roc, Napoleon, E.D.I. Mean, Kastro, Young Noble, Yaki Kadafi (04.24.1996)

U Can Call – 2Pac, Puff Johnson) (10.27.1995)

U Don’t Have 2 Worry – 2Pac, Storm, Young Noble, Kastro, Yaki Kadafi (03.07.1996)

U Don’t Wanna Battle – 2Pac, Ryan D (1990)

Unconditional Love – 2Pac, Nanci Fletcher (1996)

Until The End Of Time – 2Pac, Sixx-Nine (02.19.1996)

Untouchable – 2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, Hussein Fatal, E.D.I. Mean (06.10.1996)

Untouchable (Freestyle) – 2Pac (1996)

Untouchables – 2Pac, Bad Azz, Snoop Doggy Dogg, E.D.I. Mean, Yaki Kadafi (05.31.1996)

Uppercut – 2Pac (1993-1994)


Wanted Dead Or Alive – 2Pac, Snoop Dogg (1996)

War Games -2Pac, Napoleon, E.D.I. Mean, Young Noble, Yaki Kadafi (1996)

War Games (Master Reels) – 2Pac, E.D.I. Mean, Young Noble, Yaki Kadafi & Napoleon (08.1996)

Watch Ya Mouth – 2Pac (07.19.1996)

Welcome 2 Death Row – Danny Boy, 2Pac, Michel’le, Stacie Smallie (10.30.1995)

What Goes On – 2Pac, M.A.T.W. (1992)

What U Won’t Do 4 Love – 2Pac, Pee Wee, Kush, Ryan D, Kendrick, Klark Gable, Shock G, The Underground Railroad

What’s Next – 2Pac, Prince Ital Joe, Natasha Walker, Mopreme, Big Syke (11.16.1995)

What’z Ya Phone # – 2Pac, Danny Boy (11.16.1995)

When I Get Free II – 2Pac (1994)

When I Get Free (Death Row Remix) (1996)

When I Get Free (1992)

When Thugz Cry – 2Pac, Nanci Fletcher (02.02.1996)

When We Ride – 2Pac, Hussein Fatal, Kastro, Napoleon, Mussolini, E.D.I. Mean, Yaki Kadafi, Komani (10.27.1995)

When We Ride On Our Enemies – 2Pac (03.07.1996)

Where Do We Go From Here – 2Pac, Y.N.V (1994)

Where Ever U R – 2Pac, Big Daddy Kane (03.07.1996)

Where U Been – 2Pac, Danny Boy, Mussolini, Hussein Fatal, E.D.I. Mean (11.06.1995)

Where Will I Be – 2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, Big Malcolm, K-Dogg, Mutah (1994)

White Man’z World – 2Pac, Darryl Harper (07.12.1996)

Who Do U Believe In – 2Pac, Nanci Fletcher, Yaki Kadafi, Big Pimpin’ (01.22.1996)

Who Do Ya Luv – 2Pac, Stretch (11.01.1993)

Why U Turn On Me – 2Pac (06.10.1996)

Wonda Why They Call U Bitch – 2Pac (10.13.1995)

Words 2 My First Born – 2Pac, Nutt-so (03.08.1996)

World Dont Take Me Personally – Swoop G, 2Pac, 2 Scoops (1993)

World Wide (Remix) – Outlawz, Bosko, 2Pac, T-Low, Crysis

World Wide Dime Peace – 2Pac, Queen, Capital LS, Greg Nice, Asu, Snoop Doggy Dogg (06.15.1996)

World Wide Mob Figga – 2Pac, E.D.I. Mean, Young Noble, Napoleon, Ta’He

World Wide Stampede – O.F.T.B., Kurupt, Yaki Kadafi, 2Pac (03.31.1996)

Wussup Wit The Luv – Digital Underground, 2Pac (1993)


Ya Own Style – 2Pac, Greg Nice, E.D.I Mean, Young Noble (06.14.1996)

How Tupac Shakur Changed Hip-Hop

Tupac’s All Eyez On Me album photoshoot, photographed by Ken Nahoum (December 27th, 1995)3
Tupac’s All Eyez On Me album photoshoot, photographed by Ken Nahoum (December 27th, 1995)3

Why is Tupac important? Shakur wasn’t just a rapper. He was a poet, a prophet, a paradox wrapped in a bandana. His impact on hip-hop transcended catchy beats and clever wordplay. Tupac changed the game by bleeding his soul into his verses, etching a reality often ignored onto the genre’s fabric. Like Tupac, who poured his raw emotions and experiences into his music, crafting impactful and thought-provoking art requires authenticity. 

Tupac’s All Eyez On Me album photoshoot, photographed by Ken Nahoum (December 27th, 1995).
Tupac’s All Eyez On Me album photoshoot, photographed by Ken Nahoum (December 27th, 1995).

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When Did Tupac Join Digital Underground

 His official debut under the moniker 2Pac on their 1991 single “Same Song” cemented his place in the group, showcasing the raw talent that would soon explode onto the solo scene. So, while the exact date might remain a buried treasure, it’s clear that this Oakland collective provided the fertile ground where Tupac’s lyrical diamond began to shine.

Social Commentary with a Beat

He wasn’t afraid to get political. Tupac impact on society is visible in tracks like “Brenda’s Got a Baby,” which tackled teen pregnancy, while “Changes” became an anthem against social injustice. He gave voice to the frustrations and aspirations of a marginalized community, sparking conversations that transcended hip-hop circles.

How Did Tupac Change the World?

Tupac’s life and music were undeniably impactful, but they were also steeped in controversy. His later work often mirrored the gang violence plaguing his community, sparking debates about glorification versus reflection. The East Coast/West Coast rap feud, fueled in part by his rivalry with The Notorious B.I.G., tragically claimed both their lives.

The impact of the feud

The East Coast/West Coast feud was a complex web of rivalries fueled by personal clashes, regional pride, and competition in the burgeoning rap industry. Tupac’s arrival on the West Coast scene, with his incendiary lyrics aimed at East Coast rappers, ignited a firestorm. Songs like “Hit ‘Em Up” became anthems for West Coast dominance, but their violent undertones mirrored the gang culture on the streets. 

The feud escalated with diss tracks, public altercations, and, eventually, shootings. While it undeniably boosted album sales and media attention, the tragic deaths of Tupac and Biggie Smalls cast a dark shadow over hip-hop. They left a permanent scar on the industry.

Beyond the music

He pursued an acting career, starring in films like “Juice” and “Poetic Justice,” where he explored themes of social struggle and personal growth. Tupac’s activism shouldn’t be forgotten, either. He spoke out against police brutality and advocated for education and opportunity within marginalized communities. When considered together, these various facets paint a complete picture of Tupac Shakur, the artist and the man.

A legacy reexamined

Tupac’s legacy is a complex tapestry woven with threads of social commentary, raw emotion, and, unfortunately, violence. Was he a voice for the voiceless or a product of his environment? The answer, perhaps, lies somewhere in between. His music undeniably gave voice to the struggles of a generation facing poverty, systemic racism, and gang violence. 

However, some argue that his later work, with its hyper-masculine bravado and tales of gang warfare, glorified the very violence he aimed to critique. Appreciating Tupac’s music requires acknowledging this duality. We can celebrate his social commentary and emotional depth while recognizing the potential pitfalls of some of his later work. 

The Tupac mystique

Tupac’s All Eyez On Me album photoshoot, photographed by Ken Nahoum (December 27th, 1995)2
Tupac’s All Eyez On Me album photoshoot, photographed by Ken Nahoum (December 27th, 1995)2

The fascination with Tupac Shakur shows no signs of fading. For several reasons, his music resonates with fans decades after his death. His lyrics, infused with raw emotion and social commentary, remain relevant today. His life story, a tragic tale of talent cut short, fuels a sense of mystery and intrigue. 

Furthermore, Tupac’s image has been carefully curated by fans and media alike. He’s often portrayed as a poetic rebel, a Shakespearean figure battling injustice with a microphone. While there’s truth to this image, it’s important to remember the complexities of the man. The Tupac mystique thrives on the unknown, the “what ifs” that linger around his unfinished life.

A Legacy Still Evolving

Tupac’s legacy isn’t confined to dusty vinyl or archived music videos. His influence can be felt in the conscious lyricism of Kendrick Lamar, the social commentary of J. Cole, and the emotional depth of Kanye West. He showed rappers that vulnerability wasn’t a weakness, that social commentary could be anthemic, and that being real could be revolutionary. 

But what did Tupac do for the community? Beyond music, he was also committed to giving back. He empowered at-risk youth through the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation and championed social justice causes.

Wrapping Up

Tupac Shakur wasn’t just a hip-hop icon. He was a cultural touchstone, a voice for the voiceless, and a reminder that even the most poetic souls can emerge from the harshest realities. While his legacy is undeniably complex, Tupac’s enduring influence serves as a reminder of the power of music to inspire, challenge, and spark conversation. His story, a testament to the brilliance and the perils of human potential, will continue to be studied and debated for generations.

Lessons from Tupac: How His Life and Music Can Inspire Students to Overcome Adversity


Tupac Shakur is not only a famous rap and hip-hop singer but also a source of life wisdom and a great example of a man who knows how to face life’s challenges. He is known to be an exceptionally polarizing figure with a unique personality and rich experience. His life and career inspire many people to overcome adversity and live happy lives.

The true fans of the rapper know how meaningful his songs are, and how helpful his advice can be.

Constant self-improvement is critical. People who have ever listened to the songs by Tupac know that personal growth, expansion of the vision, and an opportunity to change the perspective should never be missed.

Your family and friends are the most important people in your life. Unity, unconditional love, and sacrifice are indispensable elements of friendship. If you truly love those around you, you will care for them no matter where you are.

Positive attitude and sense of humor keep you alive. Every single day of life is filled with stress and anxiety, but your attitude towards the situation can change everything. The rapper was always smiling and outshining love, which made a long-lasting impression of his fans.

The Way Music Can Help to Deal with Problems

In addition to important lessons people can learn from Tupac about life, challenges, and tribulations, they can view the significance of music from a different perspective. Tupac was convinced that music is empowering, strengthening, and soothing. No matter if you are in a good mood or you feel down, listening to music is exactly what you need to get back on track.

What are the extra superpowers of music?

It can balance your mood. Even on the worst days, it is the best way to relax and forget about all the tribulations. Irrespective of the genre you prefer, it will boost happiness and restore the desired joy.

It can inspire and motivate. Listening to the Tupac’s tracks, there is no way you feel down. These are the songs that can hardly leave anyone indifferent, as they are filled with life wisdom, inspiration, and encouragement.

It can eliminate stress. Do you feel angry, irritated, or depressed? Your favorite music can get all the negative emotions away. Reduced stress and advanced calmness are the results of the listening to a few favorite songs. Stay focused on the melody, the beat, or the words, so that you ignore all the triggers that keep you irritated.

It can connect you with people. Music is about sharing emotions and feelings, which means you can get emotionally connected to those, who experinced the same tribulations. Share your playlist with people you love to help them or to signal about the support you need.

Examples from Tupac’s Life to Follow

Each life is unique, and the problems are individual. However, the attitude towards adversity and the ways to overcome it may be the same. Tupac’s fans who know a bit of his background will never deny that his life was not simple, but his ability to face struggles and find ways out is priceless.

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Change your perspective. Your perspective and mindset matter. This is one of the ideas Tupac has been promoting. The way you see the world is the way you live your life, and you are the one who can change everything. If you do not want to be filled with negative emotions, you should start noticing positive things.

Get help. When you feel overwhelmed and desperate, it is time to get help. This is a piece of advice important for college students who have a hard time dealing with college projects. There is always an opportunity to contact friends and family for emotional support. Moreover, there is always a chance to browse the web for professional assistance. Click here the most reliable and reputable custom essay writing platforms that can have your back with the most complicated assignments. It may be a unique solution to your problems that will give you joy and peace back.

Keep going. Life can get tough and overwhelming, but it is not a reason to give up. Set your goals and make maximum effort to reach them. Focus on the people around you, start noticing positive changes, and walk in that direction. The moment you give up, you fail. If you continue fighting, you win. Tupac has always been convinced that there is no way people or circumstances make you give up. These are the valuable principles that helped him go through all the life challenges and tribulations.

The Most Educated Musicians


The relationship between music and education has always fascinated me, showing how academics may influence creativity. This look at some of the best-educated artists shows their academic and creative creativity as well as their musical talent.

This article celebrates these unique people and explores how their educational backgrounds have informed their musical careers, creative processes, and cultural contributions. The lives and legacies of these outstanding people reveal the many ways education and music may intersect, stimulating creativity and depth in both professions.

Tupac Shakur – The Poetic Genius of Hip-Hop

Tupac Shakur, one of the most prominent rappers ever, shows how cultural and intellectual education shapes art. Tupac’s education comes from life, revolutionary philosophy, and voracious reading, not a degree. His mother, Black Panther Party leader Afeni Shakur, instilled in him a strong sense of social justice and political action, which shaped his music and public demeanor. At the Baltimore School for the Arts, Tupac studied acting, poetry, jazz, and ballet, showcasing his artistic talents and deepening his enthusiasm for different forms of expression.

From his broad education, his lyrics addressed racial unfairness, poverty, and inner-city life with depth and eloquence that resonated globally. Tupac was a hip-hop legend due to his charisma, originality, and ability to tell complex stories and critique society. For instance, students looking for assistance with their studies can turn to resources like the best essay writing services review by scamfighter. It could have potentially enriched his academic journey, complementing his profound insights into societal issues with enhanced academic support. Tupac’s narrative illustrates the necessity of a holistic education that involves academic excellence and the profound learning that comes from confronting the world’s injustices and imagining a better future.

Brian May – A Rock Star in Astrophysics

Brian May exemplifies the confluence of music and academia. May, best known as Queen’s lead guitarist, is noted for his distinctive guitar sound and his role in creating some of rock’s most memorable songs. While pursuing music, May earned a Ph.D. in astrophysics from Imperial College London.

His zodiacal dust cloud study has advanced the discipline, showing a remarkable ability to flourish in both arts and sciences. This dual expertise adds complexity and depth to his musical creations and shows how academic disciplines may inspire creativity. May’s narrative shows that mixing varied interests may lead to extraordinary results, whether in the universe or music.

Tom Morello – The Harvard Guitarist

Tom Morello’s rise from Harvard University to the top of the music industry as a revolutionary guitarist is a story of academic and artistic growth. His social studies degree explains his political opposition and social justice lyrics. His work with Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave shows how Morello uses his knowledge to enhance his music’s message, merging thrilling guitar solos with social critique.

This blend of activism and talent, guided by scholarship, makes Morello a key figure in the music world, showing how educated musicians can alter things. Morello’s political involvement, writing, and public speaking complement his music, demonstrating the multidimensional nature of educated artists. Morello uses his intellectual background and musical position to encourage audiences to critically examine the world, proving that music can change society.

Dexter Holland – Punk Rock’s Molecular Biologist

Dexter Holland’s punk rock ethic and scientific curiosity create a riveting story of dualism and integration. As the frontman of The Offspring, Holland has inspired generations of fans with his rebellious and independent songs. Under the punk rock exterior, Holland is a diligent scientist with a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from USC.

Holland’s HIV/AIDS research combines his musical influence with a commitment to fighting a worldwide health catastrophe, demonstrating how art and science can complement one another. This unique blend of identities contradicts musician and scientist stereotypes, showing that intellectual inquiry and creative expression are complementary parts of a whole human experience.

Milo Aukerman – Punk’s Ph.D. Scientist

As the lead singer of the iconic punk band Descendents and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Milo Aukerman embodies punk’s DIY ethic and scientific rigor. Aukerman’s journey through punk music and academics challenges the separation of art and science, showing that passion and determination may lead to greatness in both. His biochemistry research on plant genetics and molecular biology complements his punk music, which explores personal and societal themes and has admirers worldwide. Aukerman’s ability to bridge these seemingly divergent realms shows that educated musicians can span societies and promote diversity.

If you can’t balance studying and listening to music like Milo Aukerman, you can find extra help to do so. For example, by reading essay writing service reviews, you can elevate your studies and have more time for your hobbies, such as music. Aukerman’s ability to bridge these seemingly divergent realms shows that educated musicians can span societies and promote diversity.

Vijay Iyer – Jazz’s Mathematical Maestro

Music and science meet in Vijay Iyer’s cognitive studies and jazz improvisation. Iyer’s Ph.D. in the Cognitive Science of Music from UC Berkeley examines how we perceive and experience music. Jazz is complex and dynamic. Therefore, Iyer uses his scholarly background to create unique works that challenge and enhance listeners’ musical comprehension. Iyer’s work shows how education can strengthen an artist’s relationship to their profession and open new creative avenues.


These artists show that education and music are closely interwoven, improving each other in unexpected and powerful ways. We commemorate their contributions to music and beyond to remind ourselves of the endless possibilities that emerge when we explore the intersections of our passions, building a fuller, more nuanced view of the world and ourselves.

New Exclusive Leaks of 2Pac Mugshots, November 18, 1993

30 years later, the world saw new Tupac mugshots. The backstory and source of these photos belong to one of the cops who arrested Tupac Shakur back on November 18, 1993. His daughter, a Tupac fan, found these mugshots while going through her dad’s “old cops stuff”. Since then, she claims to have lost respect for her father.

Surprising Facts About Tupac Shakur


In the world of hip-hop, there is no figure more iconic than Tupac Shakur. Selling over 75 million records, the rapper was nominated for six Grammys. For many years, his death at the young age of 25 gave rise to numerous conspiracy theories. With so many fans worldwide, there is hardly a facet of Tupac’s biography that hasn’t been unturned. Here’s a list of intriguing facts about the famous rapper that you probably didn’t know.

His First Name is Peruvian

2Pac’s birth name was Lesane Parish Crooks. His mother, Afeni Shakur, decided to legally change his name to honor the famous Peruvian revolutionary, Tupac Amaru II, who was a descendant of the last Incan ruler. He organized the failed insurrection against the Spanish, which led to his execution. His name is derived from the Quechua words thupaq, meaning “royal” or “shining” and amaru, which can either mean “snake” or refer to the snake-like being from Andean mythology.

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Tupac Amaru II image
Tupac Amaru II

Explaining the name choice, the rapper’s mother said that she wanted him to have the name of a famous revolutionary and to be aware that he is part of the world’s culture.

Shakespeare Was an Inspiration

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During his time at the Baltimore School of Arts, the rapper studied ballet, acting, and poetry. He also took a keen interest in William Shakespeare’s works and performed in numerous plays. When describing the famous playwright’s impact on him, Tupac said that Shakespeare’s most famous play, “Romeo and Juliet,” was “some serious ghetto s**t.” 

His Parents Were in the Black Panther Party

In the 1970s, the rapper’s parents actively participated in the Black Panther Party. Tupac’s mother, Afeni Shakur was actively involved in the organization, which led to her subsequent conviction. Later, she was acquitted of conspiracy against the U.S. government.

Seven of Tupac’s Albums Were Released Posthumously

Tupac was a prodigious artist who recorded multiple tracks before he died in 1996. Seven albums that were released after the rapper’s death have managed to sell millions of copies.

When he served jail time for sexual assault in 1994, his track “Me Against the World” reached number one on the Billboard 200 chart

The Rapper Dated Madonna

The couple dated in the early 1990s, although the romance between the two was never confirmed. In 2015, the famous American singer corroborated the rumors, saying that she was dating the rapper at the time, and that “he got me all riled up on life in general.”

Tupac was also a close friend of Jada Pinkett (Will Smith’s wife), who called the rapper her soulmate. “If there is such a thing as past lives, I definitely think that Pac and I have traveled a few together,” she said.

He is a Part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Tupac Shakur became the first solo hip-hop artist to become part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In April 2017, his late friend, Snoop Dogg, did the honors by inducting Tupac into the most prestigious award. 

Tupac Shakur’s influence on music is undeniable. From Eminem to Kendrick Lamar, a lot of modern artists find inspiration in this hip-hop icon’s outlaw spirit and struggle against oppression.

2Pacalypse Now Notebook

2Pacalypse Now Notebook
2Pacalypse Now Notebook

Tupac Shakur’s personal notebook filled with handwritten song lyrics, song lists, and notes pertaining to his debut album “2Pacalypse Now“.


DL: 2Pac – O.H. 2 N.O. (Live)


A rare compilation of 2Pac concerts from The Gund in Cleveland (January 04, 1996) and Superdome in New Orleans (January 06, 1996).

  1. Set Intro
  2. Ambitionz Az A Ridah (New Orleans)
  3. I Ain't Mad At Cha' feat. Danny Boy (Cleveland)
  4. Shake Your Asses (Interlude) (Cleveland)
  5. How Do U Want It (Cleveland)
  6. Where The Party Gonna Be (Interlude) (New Orleans)
  7. Shorty Wanna Be A Thug (New Orleans)
  8. 2Pac Talks ''Ready 2 Rumble'' (New Orleans)
  9. How Do U Want It (New Orleans)
  10. Dear Mama (Bonus)
  11. Out On Bail (Bonus)

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DL: Dante Presents OG Vibe series


Dante Presents OG Vibe Vol. 1


01. WOGV Intro
02. All Eyez On Me (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
03. Po Nigga Blues (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
04. Dear Mama (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
05. Papaz Song (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
06. My Closest Road Dog (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
07. Thugz Mansion (Dante's Acoustic OG Vibe Plain Hook Mix)
08. Worldwide Mob Figgaz-Remix (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
09. Temptations (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
10. Death Around The Corner (Dante's OG Vibe Interview Mix)
11. When We Ride On Our Enemies (Dante's OG Vibe Plain Hook Mix)
12. Still Ballin' (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)13. Runnin' 98 (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
14. Who Do You Believe In (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
15. The Thug In Me (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
16. LastOneLeft (Dante's OG Vibe Fill In The Blanks Mix)
17. Never Call U Bitch Again (Dante's OG Vibe Full Tyrese Mix)
18. Heavy In The Game (Dante's OG Vibe Interview Mix)

Dante Presents OG Vibe Vol. 2


01. Don't You Trust Me (Dante's OG Vibe Just The Boys Mix)
02. This Life I Lead (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
03. Fuck Em All (Dante OG Vibe Take Two Mix)
04. Thug Nigga (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
05. Don't Stop The Music (Dante's UTEOT OG Vibe Mix)
06. Crooked Nigga Too (Dante's Crooked Ass Nigga Part 2 OG Vibe Mix)
07. Let Them Thangs Go (Dante's OG Vibe No Ambitionz Mix)
08. Fuck All Y'all (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
09. Dump Or Die (Dante's OG Studio Take Vibe Mix)
10. Nothing To Lose (Dante's OG Vibe Plain Mix)
11. Open Fire (Dante's OG Vibe NRA Mix)
12. Don't Go To Sleep (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
13. Black Cotton (Dante's OG Vibe What Em Shoulda Done Mix)
14. Thug Style (Dante's OG Vibe LMZ Intro Fix Mix)

Dante Presents OG Vibe Vol. 3


01. Don't Stop The Music (Dante's OG Vibe REMixed)
02. Crooked Nigga Too (Dante's Crooked Ass Nigga Pt 2 OG Vibe Mix REMixed)
03. Fake Ass Bitches (Dante's OG Vibe Adlib Mix)
04. Lie To Kick It (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
05. Temptations (Dante's OG Vibe REMixed)
06. Str8 Gettin' Money (Dante's OG Vibe Mix)
07. World Don't Take Me Personally (Dante's OG Vibe Full Mix)
08. Don't Stop The Music (Dante's OG Vibe Extendo Mix)
09. Fake Ass Bitches (Dante's OG Vibe Duet Mix)
10. Souljah's Revenge (Live 1993)

Dante Presents OG Vibe Vol. 4 (2 CDs)


Disc 1:
01. Po Nigga Blues (Shock G Version) (Dante Remix)
02. They Don't Give A Fuck About Us (DJ Fatal & King Dizzy Remix)
03. Enemies With Me (LM45z Remix)
04. Thug Luv (King Dizzy Remix)
05. Changes (Dante Remix)
06. N.I.G.G.A (Slick C Remix)
07. Better Dayz (King Dizzy)
08. If You Play Your Cards Right (DJ Fatal Remix)
09. How Do U Want It (Warpath Remix)
10. Worldwide Mob Figgaz (Dante Remix)
11. Who Do U Luv (King Dizzy Remix)
12. Thug Style (LM45z Remix)
13. There U Go (King Dizzy Remix)
14. Old School (DJ Fatal Remix)
15. Never Be Peace (Dante Remix)
16. Thug 4 Life (LM45z Version Dante Extended Remix)
17. Soon As I Get Home (DJ Fatal Remix)
18. Thugz Mansion (King Dizzy Remix)

Disc 2:
01. Runnin' [Dying To Live] (King Dizzy Remix)
02. Baby Don't Cry (Keep Ya Head Up II) (Warpath Remix)
03. Hennesey (Dante Remix)
04. Nuthin 2 Lose (Krysis - Dominator Remix)
05. When Thugz Cry (DJ Fatal Remix)
06. Can U Get Away (King Dizzy)
07. Lie To Kick It (Dante Remix)
08. Don't You Trust Me (Makapack2k3 Remix)
09. Po Nigga Blues (King Dizzy Remix)
10. Black Jesus (DJ Chew Remix)
11. Thugs Get Lonely Too (SD Remix)
12. Don't Go To Sleep (Dante Remix)
13. I Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto (LM45z Remix)
14. Wherever U R (DJ Fatal Remix)
15. Dear Mama (King Dizzy Remix)
16. Lil Homies (DJ Fatal & King Dizzy Dante Intro Fix)
17. Never Call U Bitch Again (Dante Remix)
18. Wonda Why They Call U A Fake Ass Bytch (Dante Remix)
19. Hold On (Dante Remix)
20. Only Fear Of Death (Dante Remix)

Dante Presents OG Vibe vol.5/Switch Ups vol.1 (2 CDs)


Disc 1:
01. Str8 Ballin' II with Kurupt
02. Better Dayz II
03. Interlude
04. If You Play Your Cards Right II with The Outlawz
05. Don't U Trust Me
06. The Good Life II
07. Komradz (So So Krazy) with the Outlawz
08. Never Call U Bitch Again
09. Hold On (Be Strong) with Starr
10. Ghetto Heaven with Macy Gray
11. Wonda Why They Call U Bytch II
12. Don't (Go To) Sleep with Nutt-so & Tha Dogg Pound
13. Only Fear Of Death
14. Worldwide Homeboyz with Young Noble
15. Fuckin' With The Wrong Nigga II
16. Shit Don't Stop II with Thug Life
17. Better Dayz with Ron Isley
18. Str8 Gettin' Money (Version II)
19. Crooked Nigga Too
20. Mr. Troublesome '96

Disc 2:
01. Friends (Version III)
02. Thugs Get Lonely Too with Rated R
03. Fake Ass Bitches
04. Loyal To The Game (DJ Quik Remix) with Big Syke & DJ Quik
05. Lie 2 Kick It (Version III) with Richie Rich
06. Me Against The World with Dramacydal
07. Judgment Day
08. Whatz Ya Phone # with Danny Boy (exclusive)
09. Letter 2 My Unborn Child with Tena Jones
10. Everything They Owe
11. Smile with Scarface
12. Never Call U Bitch Again with Danny Boy
13. Thug 4 Life with Stretch of the Live Squad
14. Friends (Version I)
15. They Trynna Murda Me
16. Thugz Mansion (7Aurelius Remix) with Aries
17. Can U Get Away (Live from Clinton) with Eboni Foster (exclusive)
18. OG Vibe Greatest Hits Preview

Dante Presents OG Vibe Vol. 6

Dante Presents - Loyal To The Game [OG Vibed]

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”Nothing 2 Lose” Handwritten Lyrics

Nothing 2 Lose Handwritten Lyrics (Final Version)
Nothing 2 Lose Handwritten Lyrics (Final Version)
Nothing 2 Lose Handwritten Lyrics Verse 1
Nothing 2 Lose Handwritten Lyrics Verse 1
Nothing 2 Lose Handwritten Lyrics Verse 2
Nothing 2 Lose Handwritten Lyrics Verse 2
Nothing 2 Lose Handwritten Lyrics verse 3
Nothing 2 Lose Handwritten Lyrics verse 3
Nothing 2 Lose Handwritten Lyrics (Final Version)
Nothing 2 Lose Handwritten Lyrics (Final Version)

SoundCloud: Elevating Rap Music Through Dynamic Promotion


Spotify isn’t the only platform for artists to promote their creations — SoundCloud is a great alternative, especially for unknown performers, DJs, and rappers. Established in 2007, this system has helped content makers increase their exposure and brand awareness. For those who don’t have hundreds and thousands of dollars to invest in social media marketing strategies or buy Soundcloud followers, it is a genuine gemstone to discover and use to the full.

SoundCloud vs. Spotify for music promotion

The short and long answers will depend on what goals you set. Both systems can come in handy and let rappers establish their music brands and reach target audiences. In terms of beginner-friendliness and advanced promotion across the platforms, SoundCloud wins. When it relates to more well-established artists who want to support their music career strategy, Spotify won’t be a bad contribution.

SoundCloud is more reliable and easy to get started for those interested in paid advertising. Besides, this system lets you harness your rewards once your balance exceeds five dollars. You can receive up to four dollars per one thousand streams — a nice payability for novice performers.

How Rappers Earn Money on SoundCloud

This music streaming system lets musicians make money directly through its interface. For instance, they can harness the functionality of its Premier Program and obtain fan-powered royalties.

One of the benefits of the platform is that its promotional potential is unlimited. With the help of its Repost, i.e., a unique marketing and music distribution engine, interested parties easily share their tracks and enjoy exposure and their rap-brand recognition on Instagram, Apple Music, and Spotify. Moreover, their return on investment doesn’t hit rock bottom — eighty percent of their original income becomes their revenue.

Given this feature, unknown artists can get a kickstart in the industry and popularize their passion and creativity, cutting through the loud noise of tons of content in the market. SoundCloud allows you to customize your advertising and target specific regions and audiences. It will be fine if you want to streamline your rap music’s promotion in the USA or UK only.

Monetizing Rap Music on SoundCloud

First and foremost, rappers can start their promotional campaign affordably and at any time — at fifteen dollars. If you want to check whether it works for your needs, there are free advertising features to test in practice. SoundCloud is advanced in terms of its multitasking and efficient capabilities, including various proxy possibilities it offers.

With features like reposts, comments, shares, and likes, the platform wins over the hearts of prospective listeners. It makes them involved in supporting artists. This ever-increasing user engagement contributes to how rappers’ music gets known around the globe.

Dos and Don’ts to Make SoundCloud Worth It

Despite how user-friendly the platform is, a lot depends on the quality of your tracks. Rappers who don’t produce high-end content will never get it to go viral on SoundCloud. It is crucial to consider your career goals and optimize your promotional strategy. No matter how universal and advanced SoundCloud is, it won’t deliver excellent results in an effort-free manner.

1995-09-10 / 2Pac Loves Tronya, Rare Photo at Clinton Correctional Facility

2Pac Loves Tronya, 9-10-95
2Pac Loves Tronya, 9-10-95

Here you go another rare photo of 2Pac at Clinton Correctional Facility on September 10, 1995.

A custom made framed color Polaroid photograph signed in blue and red ink by Tupac. Tupac also inscribed, ” 2Pac Loves Tronya, 9-10-95, 4 Lil Raphael, KEEP YA HEAD UP PLAYA!, 2PAC.”

Unveiling the Tupac Coin: A New Chapter in Crypto Innovation


The legacy of Tupac Shakur is one that has spanned decades and will continue to live on for years to come. One way that many people remember him is through his music. Another way is through the crypto-themed coin named after him: Tupac Coin. This piece explores how this new cryptocurrency came about, what differentiates it from other NFTs, and more.

Tupac’s Legacy in the Crypto World

In the ever-evolving landscape of cryptocurrencies, understanding the dynamics of specific tokens and their functionalities is crucial. LUNA and LUNC are two such tokens that play distinct roles in the crypto realm. Converting LUNA to LUNC involves navigating the intricacies of their functionalities, exploring potential benefits, and understanding their roles in the broader cryptocurrency ecosystem. Much like navigating the complex and diverse world of Tupac’s discography and understanding the impact of his music on the broader hip-hop landscape.

Technical Aspects of Tupac Coin

Tupac Coin is a non-fungible token (NFT), which means that each coin has its own unique set of attributes. The token does not have any value by itself, but the attributes associated with it can be used for various purposes. For example, you could use your Tupac Coin as an entry ticket to an event or even sell it on a secondary market if you want to get rid of it.

Tupac Coin uses blockchain technology to record ownership data and ensure immutability over time. This means that every transaction made using this cryptocurrency will be permanently recorded in its ledger system so everyone can see what happened at any given moment in time even years after the fact!

The Tupac coin, recognized as the first NFT launched on the Ethereum blockchain, operates as a non-fungible token that holds tradable and transferable attributes within the Ethereum network. Crafted with a meticulous approach, the team responsible for this crypto innovation has prioritized user-friendliness, ensuring accessibility for both dedicated collectors and casual observers. While the process of acquiring and selling Tupac coins mirrors that of other cryptocurrencies through platforms like Coinbase or Bittrex, their distinctive feature lies in their real-world connection to collectibles, particularly vinyl records.

Tupac’s indelible legacy in the crypto world aligns seamlessly with his monumental influence on hip-hop and cryptocurrency. Despite initial skepticism surrounding Tupac’s engagement with cryptocurrencies, revelations about his Bitcoin investments prior to his untimely death underscore his foresight. Drawing parallels to this historical context, the contemporary crypto landscape features tokens like LUNA vs LUNC, each contributing to a dynamic and evolving ecosystem. LUNA’s role within the Terra blockchain enhances stability in decentralized finance, while LUNC introduces unique features that set it apart. In mirroring Tupac’s exploration into crypto, both tokens symbolize the spirit of pioneers venturing into uncharted territories, emphasizing the ongoing potential for innovation within the blockchain space.

Tupac Coin in the NFT Space

Tupac Coin is the first NFT-based cryptocurrency. This means that it’s a digital asset built on the blockchain, but its value isn’t determined by traditional market forces. Instead, it’s based on something else: the fact that you own it.

The NFT space has grown significantly in recent years, with more than 250 games launched last year alone and dozens more being developed now. A growing number of companies have also begun using blockchain technology to create new forms of digital collectibles for example, by enabling users to buy unique pieces of art or music with cryptocurrency tokens that can be easily traded online without going through an established third-party like eBay or Amazon (or even Facebook).

The legacy of Tupac Shakur is an inspiration to many, and his life story continues to be told in different ways. Now, we have the chance to see him come back from the dead as a digital token that can be used in everyday transactions or exchanged for other cryptocurrencies. It’s clear that this project was inspired by Tupac’s passion for hip-hop music, but what makes it unique is its potential impact on future generations of artists who want their voices heard through technology.


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