Today In Hip-Hop: Tupac Shakur Releases “The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory”

On this day, November 5, in hip-hop history... 1996: Released a little less than two months after the death of Tupac Shakur, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory could have easily been interpreted as a cynical cash grab by Death Row Records looking to capitalize on the public's interest in the slain icon. Instead, The 7 Day Theory features a laser-like intensity that captured the vengeful rage that characterized the mentality of 'Pac's final days. It is one of Shakur's best records ever. Adopting the pseudonym "Makaveli" for the album, Tupac takes square aim at his perceived enemies on The 7 ...

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