The five-part series will explore the lives of the hip-hop icon and his author and activist mother.
Coincidence or not, nobody can deny that some guy emailed over 4,000 people about Tupac and was then forced to resign.
For true crime and 90s hip-hop fans alike.
Plenty of “fuck yeah” moments and one big “fuck you”
The words differed a little from the traditional prayer.
Six legendary acts are being inducted next year.
On what would’ve been Tupac’s 46th Birthday
It’s sure to be the most confusing film since ‘Inception’.
Eminem has written a moving open letter about Tupac calling him a “superstar in every aspect of the word.” Em wrote the letter for Paper Magazine‘s Nowstalgia issue and recounts Tupac’s influence on him, from the first time he heard him at 18 or 19 to producing one of his posthumous albums Loyal To The
Folk legend Bob Dylan is one of music’s most celebrated wordsmiths, renowned as “The Bard” and “The Voice Of A Generation” with his poetic lyrics that framed the cultural zeitgeist of the 1960s and ’70s. But it turns out smile-phobic rapper Kanye West actually writes songs with more lyrical diversity than old Bobby D. According
A freshly-unearthed letter reveals how Eminem found inspiration in the music of Tupac Shakur during some of his darkest times. The undated letter, which was addressed to Tupac’s mother Afeni, also includes a rough portrait that Eminem had sketched of the late rapper, which he kicks off the message by apologising for: “Sorry if it
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
Back in June, Music Feeds reported that the music of Tupac Shakur will be getting the Broadway treatment in a new musical. It’s now been revealed that the rapper himself will soon be immortalised, much like his rival The Notorious B.I.G. was, in an upcoming feature film biopic. The long-awaited film is being produced by
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
It may be that a sense of legitimacy has been lent to the holographic medium following the successful implementation of the technology in three simultaneous performances by Canadian artist Feist. The shows took place in three different cities in Canada – Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, as part of an event put together by Samsung. Feist
Just when it was looking as though every unreleased Tupac track had been un-unreleased, footage has emerged of the hip hop icon preparing some new material for an album that never saw the light of day. What’s even more curious is that the intended release, titled One Nation, would have seen the feuding East Coast
I’m sure most of us saw the footage of the famous, or even if you could call it historic, footage of the holographic Tupac used at this year’s Coachella 2012 event. Well, this then sparked the idea that we could be seeing more of this kind of stuff appear, and even led to the idea
When a holographic 2-Pac took the stage alongside Snoop Dogg this year at the Coachella festival, people couldn’t stop raving about it!
Ok, so, here’s the thing. Earlier this morning Feeds reported that Heatwave had returned for their second attempt to put on what I suppose you could compare to a ‘Music Festival’, we also heard that the headliner will be Tupac.
Dr Dre has addressed the Tupac Hologram tour rumours via a recorded video message backstage from Coachella today. Dre posted the video on YouTube, saying, “I want to get rid of all the rumors out there…It was strictly for Coachella, get it right”, but then he didn’t really rule it out all together, adding, “If