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Dimitrios Kambouris / Paras Griffin / Gustavo Caballero / Frazer Harrison / Matt Cowan, Getty Images (5)
Dimitrios Kambouris / Paras Griffin / Gustavo Caballero / Frazer Harrison / Matt Cowan, Getty Images (5)
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20 Times Rappers Showed Love to Phil Collins

From Lil' Kim to Nas to OG Maco and more, check out 20 Times Rappers Showed Love to Phil Collins.

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WattzUp Power
WattzUp Power
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WattzUp Power Releases 2Pac and Notorious B.I.G. Portable Phone Chargers

WattzUp Power pays homage two hip-hop greats with these dope portable phone chargers.

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Al Pereira, Getty Images
Al Pereira, Getty Images
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Actor Bokeem Woodbine Says 2Pac Planned to End Beef With The Notorious B.I.G. and Mobb Deep

Woodbine says that in 1996, while on set for 2Pac's “I Ain’t Mad At Cha," the rapper told the actor his plan to release a unifying song featuring himself and other West Coast rappers as well as The Notorious B.I.G., Mobb Deep and more.

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Al Pereira/Ron Galella, Getty Images (2)
Al Pereira/Ron Galella, Getty Images (2)
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Hear DJ Quik’s Phone Call With Real 92.3 After Tupac Got Shot in 1996

"I can't think."

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Craig Barritt / Jemal Countess / Nicholas Hunt, Getty Images (2)
Craig Barritt / Jemal Countess / Nicholas Hunt, Getty Images (2)
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Nas, The Game and More Rappers Pay Tribute to Tupac on 20th Anniversary of His Death

Rappers honor the late Tupac on the anniversary of his death.

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Raymond Boyd, Getty Images
Raymond Boyd, Getty Images
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Every 2Pac ‘Makaveli’ Bootleg Reviewed (XXL April 2000 Issue)

After Tupac's untimely passing, his music began showing up on unofficial albums and 'Makaveli' bootlegs popped up everywhere. Read the original article Record Reviews from XXL‘s April 2000 issue.

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Ron Galella, Getty Images
Ron Galella, Getty Images
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Tupac’s Hollywood Takeover Proves Rappers Are the Best Actors (XXL October 2001 Issue)

All you rappin' wanna-be thespians take heed: Tupac Shakur was more than just an MC but a classically trained actor who deserved all the movie roles he got and more. Just ask the fine folks who worked with him. Read the original article King of Stage from XXL‘s October 2001 issue.

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Ron Galella, Getty Images
Ron Galella, Getty Images
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The Great Debate: Is 2Pac the Greatest MC of All Time? (XXL October 2001 Issue)

Hip-hop heads love debating. You think 2Pac was the greatest MC of all time. You think he was an average rapper with limited skills. Well, you're both right. Wait, we can explain. Read the original article G.O.A.T. from XXL‘s October 2001 issue.

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Death Row Records
Death Row Records
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Separating the Real From the Fake 2Pac Albums (XXL October 2001 Issue)

XXL is here to separate the real from the fake and salute the hardest working MC ever. Read the original article Hood Scriptures from XXL‘s October 2001 issue.

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XXL
XXL
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The Making of 2Pac’s ‘All Eyez on Me’ Album (XXL October 2004 Issue)

When 2Pac was released from prison and into the arms of Death Row Records and Suge Knight, he couldn't wait to hit the studio and make music. The result was All Eyez on Me, hip-hop's first true double LP. Read the original article Against the Grain from XXL‘s October 2004 issue.

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