Three weeks into 2022 all Tupac lovers received a fantastic gift – one which they’ve been waiting for. Tupac Shakur. Wake Me When I’m Free is an eye-grabbing exhibition of the life of Shakur is now available for all those, who wish to delve into the inner world of the late rap legend. This is possible thanks to the cooperation between the Tupac Estate and the Canvas, located in Los Angeles, on 944 Georgia street.
The title of the exhibition is “Tupac Shakur. Wake Me Up When I’m Free“, exploiting his iconic status among black people, being an activist for their rights during his entire life. The exhibit is open for visitors on each day of the week except for Tuesday. You’ll find all the information about pricing and other important details on the official site.
Inside you’ll find 11 galleries, full of hundreds of never before seen items from the life and career of Tupac, This includes an entire gallery full of pages from Shakur’s personal notebooks, on which he had scribbled down the lyrics to dozens of his most popular songs, as well as the tracklists and structure behind some of his most renown albums. The exhibit will allow you to see some exotic pieces of work, like Shakur’s haiku poetry, written when the legend was only 11 years of age.
Towards the end of the tour, all Tupac lovers can have a close look at the insight of one of Pac’s grimmest periods – a sentence in 1995. Visitors can have a close view of some of the letters sent to Pac, some of them from legends of the music industry, including Quincy Jones and Johnny J. And a big bonus for the real enthusiasts – a piece of paper, on which Shakur had written down his daily workout routine during his time behind bars.
As you see, there are a lot of relics, which have never seen the day of light, so it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The owner of the Tupac Forum Bomb1st already took the tour and made a full video of his visit so you can also check it out if you’re still not sure it’s worth it.