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2Pac Quad Studios Attacker Confesses

The day before ‘Pac’s 40th birthday, a new revelation has emerged. Though his murder remains unsolved, AHH reports that Dexter Isaac, an associate of music exec Jimmy Henchmen, has confessed to being a part of 2Pac’s ambush in the lobby of Quad Studios on November 7, 1994. He says Henchman paid him $2,500 for the robbery attempt which led to a shooting. Initial reports stated that two men dressed in army fatigues robbed Pac at gunpoint for his jewelry. On the […]

2Pac “Becoming Clean” Photo Shoot

You never know what you’ll find on the Internet. Here’s film from the set of 2Pac’s iconic “Becoming Clean” photo shoot. Shot by photographer David LaChapelle, the photo was taken following Pac’s release from prison. Below is an interview of LaChapelle discussing the shoot. DM: I feel that a lot of your work emphasises on beauty in people, regardless of colour or size. One of my favourite pieces of your work is “Becoming Clean” with Tupac Shakur amongst others. How […]

Funkmaster Flex Speaks On 2Pac Rant

A few days ago, the clip above surfaced of Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex saying he “don’t fuck with 2Pac.” Naturally, Pac fans called for Flex’s head. Tonight, he addressed the hoopla on air. Whether or not you agree, props to the Kingpin for sticking by his word and not hopping on the bandwagon after ‘Pac’s death. D-I-C-K riders ain’t whoa.

Afeni Shakur On 2Pac Library Of Congress Honor

Yesterday, 2Pac’s “Dear Mama” was inducted into the National Recording Registry. The late honoree’s mother, Afeni Shakur spoke on her son’s behalf. You are appreciated. “I’m incredibly touched.  It could have been any song, but I’m honored they chose ‘Dear Mama’ in particular. It is a song that spoke not just to me, but every mother that has been in that situation, and there have been millions of us. Tupac recognized our struggle, and he is still our hero.” ahh  

2Pac Honored By Library Of Congress

2pac’s 1995 hit “Dear Mama” was one of 25 recordings inducted today into the National Recording Registry. Each year, audio over 10 years old that are “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant” are selected. The recordings are preserved at a facility in Culpeper, Virgina. This marks the third hip-hop inductee following Grandmaster Flash and The Furious 5’s “The Message” and Public Enemy’s Fear of A Black Planet.

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