The follow up to his 2013 album ‘B.I.G. Flume’
The words differed a little from the traditional prayer.
On what would’ve been Tupac’s 46th Birthday
Notebooks containing Tupac’s lyrics and video ideas are expected to sell for upwards of $35,000.
It’s sure to be the most confusing film since ‘Inception’.
Dogs can so easily become the centre of our universe, and, as it turns out, they can also become some of the biggest names in the rap game thanks to a new project by Australian photographer Adam Jackman-Moore, appropriately titled The Pug Life. Mr Jackman-Moore, who goes by the name A-Dawg (because of course he
Marking the 19th anniversary of his death, Kendrick Lamar has written a touching tribute to Tupac Shakur, sharing with the world the huge impact that he had on him as a boy. The letter published on the official 2pac website reads as follows. I was 8 yrs old when I first saw you. I couldn’t
Three tracks from the new Broadway musical inspired by the music of late rapper Tupac Shakur, titled Holler If Ya Hear Me, have made their way online, but they aren’t quite as abrasive as Tupac’s original rhymes. The fresh and at times unintentionally amusing new takes on Tupac’s international hit California Love and posthumous single
An ex-cop has revealed late rap icon Tupac Shakur‘s last words before he lost consciousness after he was targeted in an unsolved drive-by shooting. According to former Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer Chris Carroll, who was first on the scene, Shakur’s last words were “Fuck you.” “He looked at me and he took a breath
American musician, actor and poet Saul Williams has been cast in the lead role for the forthcoming musical based on the music and life of rapper Tupac Shakur, titled Holler If Ya Hear Me. The musical, which is scheduled to begin previews on 29th May before opening on 19th June, is loosely based on Shakur’s
When the Sugar Hill Gang‘s bouncy, light-hearted, almost saccharine 1979 single Rapper’s Delight, widely regarded as the song that helped popularise rap and hip-hop in the mainstream, was released, few could predict what the art form would turn into. But just how much dirtier is rap today? The folks at Best Tickets decided to have
WATCH: Lennon, Cobain, Tupac and Elvis shill beer in a fairly on-the-nose TV commercial #url#
The world could have seen Tupac Shakur don the robes of a Jedi knight in Star Wars says one of the rapper’s former collaborators, who claims Tupac was preparing to audition for George Lucas himself for the Jedi role shortly before he was shot dead in Las Vegas on Sept. 13, 1996. A former employee
Afeni Shakur, mother of late rapper Tupac Shakur, is suing the new owner of her son’s former record label for over a million dolalrs in unpaid royalties and demanding that master copies of unreleased material be handed over to her. Ms Shakur is the co-administrator of Tupac’s estate. Shakur filed the suit on Wednesday in
The music of Tupac Shakur is being used as the basis for a new Broadway musical, Holler If Ya Hear Me, to be co-produced by the late rapper’s mother, Afeni Shakur, and set to debut in the 2013-2014 season. But the musical isn’t a biopic and won’t feature Tupac as a character, with director Kenny
Tupac Shakur‘s 65-year-old godmother, Joanne Chesimard, also known as Assata Shakur, has become the first woman to be placed on the FBI’s Most-Wanted Terrorists list. Chesimard, a black liberation activist, was convicted in 1977 of shooting policeman Werner Foerster on the New Jersey Turnpike after being pulled over for a traffic offense. She escaped from
A Tupac Shakur poem provides the narration for a new commercial from car manufacture Ford. As reported by NME, the new Ford advert uses Shakur’s poem The Rose that Grew from Concrete as the voiceover while actor Andre Royo, from TV series The Wire, chisels the car from stone. The poem is taken from a
3D may be the latest rehashed gimmick trying to bring mass audiences back to the cinema, but it’s the advancements in hologram technology that might prove to be the more enticing innovation in visual entertainment.
Rolling Stone have reported that the same visionaries behind the incredible Tupac hologram at this year’s Coachella Festival are now working on holographic projection of Rock & Roll’s biggest name, Elvis Presley.
Another dead musician hologram idea is being thrown around. This time it’s the RnB girl group TLC, who are reported to be putting together a reunion tour in the US – resurrecting third member Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes, who died in a car accident in Honduras just over ten years ago today. TMZ reports that