Let's be honest, Tupac Shakur even after death is still one of the most relevant rappers. While some may have a perception of Shakur as just being an outspoken rapper, Shakur had a soft spot, especially for the ladies.
Recently, two love letters he wrote to a high school crush
Las Vegas Police are currently revisiting the murder case of Tupac Amaru Shakur after a BET documentary featured an interview with the uncle of the person of interest in the murder of the late rapper.
Shakur was killed in a 1996 drive-by. In an interview on the docuseries, Death Row Chronicles,
“It's all good baby baby...It was all a dream...I used to read Word Up magazine.” These are the lyrics from the legendary Biggie Smalls’ hit record, “Juicy.” Released in 1994 on Ready To Die, “Juicy” is one of hip-hop’s top classic records.
Also known as Christopher Wallace and The Notorious
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Years after his fatal death, the woman who accused Tupac Shakur of rape is speaking out.
During an interview with VladTV, Ayanna Jackson sits down and details how she met the legendary rapper in 1993.
“I was in the club. I was having some champagne, and he walked up behind
Tupac's letter to Madonna while he was in prison is about to hit the auction block.
The January 15, 1995, letter explains why he broke up with her, which was because of her race.
Pac states in the letter that dating a black man makes Madonna seem more open and exciting.
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I know I'm a little late lol but here it is ladies and gentlemen. My All Eyez On Me movie review. I think the movie is great as far as getting all the main points of Tupac's life in the film. Overall, I give the film a 7
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In this video, C. Delores Tucker, anti-gangster rap crusader voices her opinions about the industry during the gangster rap days and the treatment of black women. The late great Tupac Shakur addressed Tucker’s views in his song, “You Wonda Why They Call U B****.” “Dear Ms. Delores
June is approaching and Tupac's biopic, All Eyez On Me, will hit theaters on June 16th. But before the movie hits theaters, let's take it back down memory lane to one of the late rapper's interviews with Ed Gordon on BET in 1994.
Read a short piece of the video
Tupac Shakur's biopic, All Eyez On Me, will be in theaters on June 16. During the MTV Movie & TV Awards, fans got a sneak peak of the anticipated film from a clip.
The clip shows Shakur, who will be played by Demetrius Shipp Jr. reading a poem to Jada Pinkett
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The anniversary of Nate Dogg's death was on March 15. Nate Dogg (Nathaniel Dwayne Hale) passed away at the age of 41 from multiple strokes in 2011.
The West Coast hip-hop pioneer was best known for singing hooks on many hit hip-hop records.
He made his debut in 1992 on the