The letters provide crucial insight into the mindset of one of the last few decade’s most evocative artists.
If you’d like to see them, put on the song, close your eyes and play the movie inside of your head. It won’t cost you $17 and the price point on store-bought popcorn is far more reasonable.
This September will be the 18th anniversary of Tupac’s death and until this day, no one was quite sure about the rapper’s last moments.
The clip, which is on Entertainment Weekly’s website, takes you inside the studio as the cast of show, Holler If Ya Hear Me work on “California Love.”
An auctioneer is taking bids for the fedora allegedly worn by Tupac in his 1995 video for “California Love.” The Biltmore Imperial homburg was a gift to the wife of a heavy metal icon and now it […]
[photogallerylink id=66502 align=left] Last week a video of Dr. Dre surfaced with him stating he was ‘thinking about it’ referring to a possible tour with the Tupac hologram that emerged from his Coachella performance. In […]
People are still buzzing about the 2pac hologram that performed at the Coachella Music Festival on Sunday night. So much so, that according to The Wall Street Journal, there is now talks of the hologram […]
Better late than never. One of the parties allegedly involved in the 1994 shooting of West Coast rapper Tupac Shakur has finally come forward about the incident.
Had he survived the Sept. 7, 1996 drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, renowned rapper/actor[lastfm link_type=””] Tupac Shakur [/lastfm]would have been 40 today. His mother Afeni (featured in the video for his hit single “Dear Mama”) […]
The man who shot and robbed Tupac Shakur on November 30th 1994 inside Quad studios in Manhattan has confessed to being paid $2.500 by Jimmy Henchman for the act