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.
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.
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.