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Best Hip-Hop Instagrams Of The Day

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Tupac Biopic Producer Says Nas And Tupac’s Beef Could Have Been A Movie Of Its Own

 

Tupac's biopic Producer, LT Hutton, recently sat down with Life + Times to discuss various aspects pertaining to the making of Pac's highly anticipated movie. One...

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It's no secret that Tupac was a master when it came to the ladies. Although only married one time, Tupac always seemed to have a flock of ladies in his corner whether it was a friend, rumored lover, fiancee or wife. From Jada Pinkett to Keisha Morris, check out "The Women Of Tupac."
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The Women Of Tupac

 

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Tupac Thought His Rape Case Was Connected To The Quad Studio Shooting

Now this is a blockbuster piece of information. An unheard phone conversation has surfaced between Tupac and friend Sanyika Shakur aka Monster containing information on the 1994 Quad studio shooting in New York that Pac survived before his death in 1996...

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Tupac’s Cousin Raised $15 Million To Make A Movie About His Life

The love for Tupac is amazing. First, John Singleton is directing the biopic for Tupac. Then, Tupac's life is going to be portrayed on Broadway...

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Who did you listen to when you were younger?
Tupac was one of them. I listened to a lot of Tupac growing up. I felt like he spoke to me. I felt like his music motivated me; he gave me a chip on my shoulder. Growing up with the name Michael Jordan and playing ball a little bit, it kind of forced me to put a little chip on my shoulder to kind of compete. I always knew somebody just had to have something to say. I never wanted to be just a name. A lot of Jay Z growing up, coming from Newark, that was definitely somebody. Method Man. I listened to a lot of East Coast rappers growing up. Nowadays I listen to J. Cole. I listen to J. Cole a lot; I think he’s so talented. He speaks about a lot of things that I go through in my mind. Drake, my generation. When we was growing up, we looked up to rappers that was older than us. We didn’t really have any rappers that was speaking about things we were going through. Now [with] me at 27, you got Wale, you got J. Cole, Drake; you got people that are talking about things that I’m particularly going through today.

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Check Out The Broadway Musical Version of 2 Pac’s “Holla If Ya Hear Me” & “California Love”

The life and music of Tupac Shakur continue to have on-going impact. The Tupac inspired musical Holler If Ya Hear Me premiers later this month...

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5 Of The Oddest Couples In Hip-Hop

It can't be denied that hip-hop has caught us off guard once or twice with the emergence of an odd relationship. Gathering together a bunch of those couples XXL presents "5 Of The Oddest Couples In Hip-Hop...

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13 Rapper Baby Pics You Haven’t Seen

Everyone loves a good baby pic, so we gathered up quite a few. Check out, "13 Rapper Baby Pics You Haven't Seen."

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You Won’t Believe What Tupac’s Last Words Were

According to TMZ, the legendary influential rapper spoke his last words in the arms of a former Las Vegas Metropolitan PD officer and they weren't too friendly...

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20 Of Hip-Hop’s Most Essential Double Albums

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