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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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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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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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Here’s an Inside Look at 2Pac’s ‘Makaveli’ Album (XXL October 2003 Issue)

Here's an inside look at 2Pac's 'Makaveli,' hip-hop's most controversial classic. Read the original article Straight Spittin' from XXL‘s October 2003 issue.

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2Pac’s Unreleased Songs, Freestyles and Guest Verses, All in One Place

Just in time for the 20th anniversary of Makaveli's death.

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Tupac’s Fight Against Police Brutality Becomes Part of a Bigger Battle (XXL October 2002 Issue)

Prepared and never scared, Tupac Shakur put his pistol where his mouth was when it came to showing po-po that police brutality is a no no. Read the original article Lick Shots from XXL‘s October 2002 issue.

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Shock-G Opens Up About the Triumphs and Tribulations of Tupac (XXL October 2002 Issue)

Although they had no kin or blood relation, there would have been no 2Pac without Shock-G. More well-known to the masses as his alter ego Humpty Hump, the leader of Digital Underground remembers his fiery protege. Read the original article My Brother from XXL‘s October 2002 issue.

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Suge Knight Opens Up About Saving Tupac’s Life (XXL October 2002 Issue)

Suge Knight befriended Tupac Shakur at his lowest point, and remained by his side 'til the day he died. Always outspoken, the big homie remembers everything. Read the original article Gangsta Lovin' from XXL‘s October 2002 issue.

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Tupac’s Favorite Producer Johnny J’s Troubled Life and Tragic Death (XXL September 2011 Issue)

The troubled life and tragic death of 2Pac's favorite producer, Johnny "J." Read the original article Mourn You 'Till I Join You from XXL‘s September 2011 issue.

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Tupac’s Stepfather Mutulu Shakur Explains the Lineage of Thug Life (XXL September 2011 Issue)

Sentenced to 60 years in prison for his role in a Brink's truck heist, Tupac's stepfather, Mutulu Shakur, explains the lineage of Thug Life. Read the original article from XXL‘s September 2011 issue.

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