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The reason Tupac had so many un-released tracks when he died.

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Published on May 8, 2009

Tupac has released more albums in death than he did in life. It has always been pretty astounding when you consider the sheer number of un-released verses and full tracks he's had; sometimes it seems as if there is no end to it as this has allowed him to collaborate on songs with many of the greatest rappers to come along since his passing. This video provides a glimpse into his professional mindset and shows what it took for this to be possible. This candid look into what eventually became part of Tupac Shakur's legacy is from the documentary I purchased entitled "Biggie and Tupac" (2002) made by Nick Broomfield and available for purchase here: http://www.amazon.com/Biggie-Tupac-Be...

I would recommend it for anyone who is a fan of either of these to rap legends.



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Comments • 857

Q Smooth
Tupac was such a hard worker he put out a lot of music and he recorded a lot of music before he died he was like a workhorse you was a genius and he remains one of the best hip-hop artists of all time rip to the king
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Tahmar Gaither
I love how Pac said "I know my album aint all that" yet it is very much ALL THAT
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8T2OFFICIAL
i been listening to Pac since just before he died 1995/96 hardcore every day and i still find songs i never heard before
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bwils201987
His work ethic and hunger is crazy #Salute 
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Manoj Gola
nah pac your album is all that lol
5thDawg
His music is like drugs, we just wanted more and more after we had a little taste what its really like. Now his music is a medicine for the world to listen too
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Jason-RPG
Tupac knew that he had limited time on this Earth, so he wanted to put out all that he could.
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3rd Eye
Wow! Now I do believe that 2pac excel Biggie in lyrical flow if he took the time to do a song like Biggie did! 2pac rush all these songs that made him a legend and if he took the time and perfected them....i'm convince that he is far greater than Biggie I'm pretty sure! 2pac was doing 3 songs in an hour without even listening to them was  pretty massive and pure motivation and skills! I had my doubt before about his flow, but now I can see he wasn't even fuckin perfected those songs that he created and became a legend! That's fuckin amazing man smfh...
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Rejerico Alejandro
He was a professional hard-working rapper. Imagine that you make 3 songs each day. Me, when I'm writing lyrics, I spent almost 2 days to finished my whole track. Damn! The only legend.
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AraazShakur
legend :´( R.I.P
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