2Pac - Do For Love ‌‌ - Bohemia After Dark





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"Do for Love" (Originally titled 'Sucka 4 Luv' in its unreleased form) was the second posthumously released single by Tupac Shakur from his first posthumous album R U Still Down? (Remember Me). The vocal sample is from "What You Won't Do for Love" by Bobby Caldwell but the song actually rechopped J Dilla's production on a remix of the The Pharcyde's track Y?, and his name was omitted from the production credits. It charted at #21 on The Billboard Hot 100. The video contained Tupac as a clay figure and a cartoon figure; this song also uses a quote from Sir Walter Scott ("O, what a tangled web we weave").
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