In the annals of hip-hop history, Tupac Shakur remains an iconic figure, a symbol of raw talent, and a voice that still resonates with millions worldwide. As we delve into the archives of his illustrious career, we stumble upon a hidden gem: ”Rap Pack.” Recorded in 1991, this unheard Tupac song was left off his debut album, ”2Pacalypse Now,” leaving fans yearning for more of the lyrical brilliance that defined this rap legend.
On account of TNT Recordings, owned by Atron Gregory, uploaded a 10-second clip of an unreleased song ”Rap Pack” recorded in 1991 and left off the first 2Pacalypse Now album.
Two of the 2Pacalypse now album’s many tracklist drafts, show ”Rap Pack” as numbers 10 and 12. Subsequently, the song did not make it onto the album, and to this day we had heard it.
- Atron Gregory is a highly successful entertainment business entrepreneur with a track record of producing and managing multi-platinum albums and films. He has executive producing and management credit on several successful albums by Tupac Shakur, Digital Underground, and Stanley Clarke.