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2Pac was in many ways more than just a gangsta rapper. He talked about his personal life, social and political issues, wrote spiritual raps and made a few party songs too.
His engagement in activism doesn’t come as a surprise considering his mother, Afeni Shakur, was an active Black Panther Party member.
Also, his “Thug Life” slogan was not only an ad-lib, or a tattoo across his belly, or a record label, or a way of life: there was actual activism attached to it, as Justin Hunte says in this video .

After 2016, it might’ve seemed like things couldn’t get much crazier. A year that gave us a surprising new president  and  industry callouts  was outdone by 2017, a year with its own list of shocking news. From surprise kidney transplants to victims of sexual misconduct, this year had plenty of moments worthy of an “OMG” or two. Here’s our list of some of the wildest, scariest and most unbelievable news of the year.

Tupac- - Your 2Pac Resource
2Pac fan resource with information, audio, lyrics, and news.

In 1990, Shakur joined as a roadie and dancer for Digital Underground. His early lyrics were unremarkable, and he was viewed ambivalently for his tendency to act like a diva and for his occasionally violent personality. On a song for the Nothing But Trouble movie soundtrack, Same Song, Tupac was given his first opportunity to rap on a big-time record.



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