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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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