Tupac’s death remains one of the most famous unsolved murders, and the pain still lingers to date. Fans will continue to look for closure. However, there is a silver lining, as we can still enjoy his music even after decades of his passing.
Thanks to the incredible technological advancements that have helped improve different industries and activities like betting online, we’ve gotten some unreleased music from the legend. Join us to check out some of Tupac’s albums released posthumously.
The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory – 1996
The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory (commonly shortened to Makaveli or The 7 Day Theory) is the fifth studio album by Tupac, his first posthumous album and the last released with his creative input.
The album was completely finished in a total of seven days during the first week of August 1996. The lyrics were written and recorded in only three days, and mixing took four additional days. These are among the last songs Shakur recorded before his fatal shooting on September 7, 1996. During those seven days, 21 songs were completed, 12 of which made the final product.
R U Still Down? (Remember Me) – 1997
R U Still Down was released on the 25th of November 1997 by Amaru Entertainment and Interscope Records. This album is the second posthumous release and the first with no creative input from him.
However, R U Still Down was the first release from his mother’s imprint, Amaru Entertainment. As a result, it features almost all the previously unreleased materials recorded between 1992 and 1994. This album sold over five hundred thousand copies in its first week, topping the R&B charts in the U.S. for three weeks.
Until the End of Time – 2001
Until the End of Time is the seventh studio album and third posthumous album by 2Pac. The album is the result of a collaboration between Afeni Shakur’s Amaru Records and Suge Knight’s Death Row Records, and features previously unreleased works by Shakur. The core vocal tracks and some instrumentation was recorded during and after the All Eyez On Me and Makaveli: The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory sessions.
Better Dayz – 2002
Better Dayz is the eighth studio album and fourth posthumous album by 2Pac, and is his last to be a double-album. The album features 23 unreleased recordings from the period 1994-1996, the majority of which are remixed. Others retain their original form or are complete finished mixes, such as “Fuck ‘Em All“, “Late Night”, “Ghetto Star”, “Better Dayz”, “Who Do U Believe In?” and “They Don’t Give A Fuck About Us”.
Loyal to the Game – 2004
Loyal to the Game is one of Tupac’s albums released after his death in 1996, making it his ninth studio album and fifth posthumous studio album. Produced by Eminem, consisting of remixes of previously unreleased music Tupac recorded before he died. LTTG album was released on the 14th of December 2004.
Pac’s Life – 2006
Pac’s Life is among the albums released after Tupac’s death, and it s the tenth and final seventh posthumous studio album. Released on the 21st of November 2006 in the U.S., on Amaru Entertainment. The release of this album was intended to observe the tenth anniversary of Pac’s murder.