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2Pac/Tupac Shakur

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2Pac  Ballad of a Dead Soulja   buy on itunes
2Pac  Why U Turn on Me   buy on itunes
2Pac & Mr. Biggs  Better Dayz   buy on itunes
Thug Life  Cradle to the Grave   buy on itunes
2Pac  God Bless the Dead   buy on itunes
2Pac  Out On Bail   buy on itunes
2Pac  R U Still Down? (Remember Me)   buy on itunes
2Pac  Fuckin Wit the Wrong Nigga   buy on itunes
2Pac & The Outlawz  Fuck Em All   buy on itunes
2Pac  Lil' Homies   buy on itunes
Tupac Shakur featuring Keyshia Cole  Playa Cardz Right (Female)   buy on itunes
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony  Thug Luv (feat. 2Pac)   buy on itunes
2Pac  Nothin But Love   buy on itunes
2Pac & Lil' Mokey  Niggaz Nature   buy on itunes
2Pac  Hellrazor   buy on itunes
2Pac  Violent   buy on itunes
2Pac  Words of Wisdom   buy on itunes
2Pac  Last Wordz (feat. Ice Cube & Ice-T)   buy on itunes
2Pac  The Streetz R Deathrow   buy on itunes
2Pac  Old School   buy on itunes
2Pac & Ron Isley  Po Nigga Blues (Scott Storch Remix)   buy on itunes
2Pac & Outlawz  Lost Souls   buy on itunes
2Pac & Outlawz  Secretz of War   buy on itunes
Tupac Shakur featuring Yaki Kadafi  Soon As I Get Home   buy on itunes


Like all great artists, 2Pac was a complicated character — he was a vital voice for positive change, but he was too street-savvy to shy away from the harsh realities that seemed to be constantly closing in on him. As early as his debut album, he stared straight down the barrel of African-American rage on “Violent” while unerringly identifying his own awesome arsenal: “My words are weapons.” “Words of Wisdom” sprinkles sleek, jazzy licks over 2Pac’s now-or-never demand for the essentials: respect, education, and the building of a nation. But on “Last Wordz,” the one-off supergroup of ’Pac, Ice Cube, and Ice-T constituted the fiercest frontline ever, spitting razor-sharp rhymes in the face of American hypocrisy over hard-as-concrete beats.
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