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Posted by Nathan S. on 12/10/12 |
Filed under Tupac, Jamed Brown
When the "Django Unchained" soundtrack first started getting talked about all we heard was "there's going to be tracks from James Brown and Tupac". Oh shit!?! So we hadn't tapped out the James Brown/Tupac vault yet?See more...
Posted by Danielle Harling on 04/21/12 |
Filed under Top Stories, ASAP Rocky, Tupac, Childish Gambino, Music Festivals
Now Nathan S. referred to the Tupac hologram as being a possible travesty in last weeks "Fails Of The Week" but after seeing the hologram in action I have to admit that it looked pretty dope. While the Tupac hologram may have been the highlight of this years festival there were still a number of other noteworthy performances from everyone from Childish Gambino to A$AP Rocky. See more...See more...
Posted by Danielle Harling on 08/03/11 |
Filed under Magazine Covers, Tupac, XXL
As we approach the 15-year anniversary of the death of rapper Tupac Shakur, XXL Magazine has decided to pay respect to the rapper with their September 2011 issue. The bandana-clad Pac is featured on the cover of the magazine which unfortunately boasts the headline "2Pac Back." Really XXL? You just had to resort to the extremely overused Meek Mill song? See more...See more...
Posted by Danielle Harling on 06/29/11 |
Filed under Downloads, Tupac
I think it's safe to say that we'll probably never run out of unreleased songs from the late, great Tupac Shakur. Earlier today two unreleased songs from the rapper hit the internet, "NY 87" featuring Kurupt, Threat, and Daz Dillinger and "Watch Yo Mouth." Ironically enough both songs are diss tracks. Listen and download... See more...
Posted by Danielle Harling on 06/16/11 |
Filed under Top Stories, Videos, QuickHits, Tupac
It's always really interesting hearing what peoples favorite Tupac songs are. It's usually the subject of great debate and conversation. So on Tupac's 40th birthday you guys gotta hit us up in the comments section with your favorite Tupac song and/or video. See more...See more...
Posted by Nathan S. on 09/08/10 |
Filed under Top Stories, Downloads, Videos, Tupac, Mike Tyson
Hated by many, respected by all." During his heyday, when he not only beat boxers, he destroyed them, those were the words adorning a promotion poster of Mike Tyson, but they could have just as easily have applied to another self-destructively talented man at the top of his craft; Tupac Shakur. Watch more, listen and download...See more...
Oh, you thought Bun B getting DJ Premier on a track was a big deal? You thought him getting Drake on a track was a big deal? You thought wrong. For his latest leak, Bun B, or as I like to call him, Big Dick Cheney, has performed a hip-hop miracle, resurrecting the legendary Tupac and his UGK homeboy for life Pimp C for his new cut "Right Now". Listen and download..See more...
Posted by Danielle Harling on 06/17/10 |
Filed under Top Stories, Tupac
Today, June 16 marks the 39th birthday of iconic rapper Tupac Amaru Shakur. People across the world will celebrate the life of the legendary rapper with various concerts, showcases, parties, and more. On his birthday, we decided to highlight four must have items for the die hard Tupac fan. See more...See more...
Posted by Nathan S. on 06/11/10 |
Filed under Downloads, Eminem, Tupac, DJ Critical Hype
A new dope blend from our brother in hype DJ Critical Hype? Why the Fu-Schnickens not, especially when it sounds this dope. In the words of Critical himself, "the 'Not Afraid' beat sounded like something Pac woulda spit on, so i found a Pac acapella that kinda went with the theme of 'Not Afraid'". That's right, he seamlessly blended "Not Afraid" with "Hold On, Be Strong." Listen and download...See more...
Posted by Matt Juss on 05/03/10 |
Filed under Top Stories, Features, Classic Albums, Tupac
In October 1995, after serving eleven months, 2Pac was released from the penitentiary due in large part to the help and influence of Suge Knight, CEO of Death Row Records, who posted a $1.4 million bail pending appeal of the conviction in exchange for 2Pac to release three albums under the Death Row label. Maybe it was his time in prison, or maybe it was simply his signing with Knight's Death Row label, but whatever the case, 2Pac emerged hardened and hungry with “All Eyez on Me”, the first double-disc album of original material in hip-hop history. It only took 2Pac two weeks to record the 27-track epic. See more...See more...