2PAC - 2Pacalypse Now

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"This was not an album for the radio; it was an album for the people. It still is. The nearly 20-year-old Tupac Shakur was trying to talk to his bruised and battered people in the ghettos of America. He took the opportunity of his platform to showcase his poetic ability and address a country that he felt still needed to be addressed on the subject of racism and discrimination. This activist mindset became a theme throughout his career as he became more outspoken about the oppression of Blacks in America until his untimely death in 1997. From this project came the career of a man who has been argued to be the greatest rapper of all time. And whether that is certain or not, the fact still remains that this album started a legacy and we should all take some time to pay homage to the Thug who was taken from us too soon."  - Sha Be Allah, The Source

1 Young Black Male
2 Trapped
3 Soulja's Story
4 I Don't Give A Fuck
5 Violent
6 Words Of Wisdom....
7 Something Wicked
8 Crooked Ass Nigga
9 If My Homie Calls
10 Brenda's Got A Baby
11 Tha' Lunatic
12 Rebel Of The Underground
13 Part Time Mutha