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Tupac Amaru Shakur (June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996) was an American rap artist, actor, activist, and poet. He is known by his stage names: 2Pac and Makaveli. He is recognized in the Guinness Book of World Records as the top-selling hip-hop artist, having sold over 73 million albums worldwide. This includes over 44.5 million sales in the United States alone. Most of Shakur's songs are about growing up around violence and hardship in ghettos, racism, problems in society, and sometimes his feuds with fellow rappers. Shakur is known for the political, economic, and messages of racial equality found in much of his work. He has been ranked by many fans, critics, and industry insiders as the greatest and most influential rapper ever.

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  • ~Discography and Filmography~



    Albums

    Studio albums
    1991 - 2Pacalypse Now (Gold)
    1993 - Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z. (Platinum)
    1994 - Thug Life Vol. 1 (Gold)
    1995 - Me Against the World (2x Platinum)
    1996 - All Eyez on Me (9x Platinum)
    1996 - The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory (7x Platinum) (28 million worldwide)[62]

    Posthumous created studio albums
    1997 - R U Still Down? (Remember Me) (5x Platinum)
    1999 - Still I Rise (2x Platinum)
    2001 - Until the End of Time (4x Platinum)
    2002 - Better Dayz (3x Platinum)
    2004 - Loyal to the Game (Platinum)
    2006 - Pac's Life

    Other albums
    1998 - Greatest Hits (9x Platinum)
    2000 - The Rose that Grew from Concrete
    2003 - Nu-Mixx Klazzics - Gold
    2004 - 2Pac Live
    2005 - The Rose, Vol. 2
    2005 - Tupac: Live at the House of Blues (Platinum)

    Soundtracks
    1993 - Poetic Justice (Original Soundtrack)
    1994 - Above the Rim (Original Soundtrack) - (2x Platinum)
    1997 - Gridlock'd (Original Soundtrack) - (2x Platinum)
    1997 - Gang Related (Original Soundtrack) - (2x Platinum)
    2003 - Tupac: Resurrection (Original Soundtrack) (Platinum)

    Filmography
    1991 Nothing But Trouble - Himself (Brief appearance)
    1992 Juice - Bishop First starring role
    1993 Poetic Justice - Lucky Co-starred with Janet Jackson
    1994 Above the Rim - Birdie
    1996 Bullet - Tank
    1997 Gridlock'd - Ezekiel 'Spoon' Whitmore
    1997 Gang Related - Detective Rodríguez
    2003 Tupac: Resurrection - Himself Official documentary
    2007 Live 2 Tell (Screenwriter) Expected 2007

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  • ~The Life Of Tupac Amaru Shakur~



    Birth Name - Lesane Parish Crooks
    Legal Name - Tupac Amaru Shakur
    Born - June 16, 1971
    Manhattan, New York
    Died - September 13, 1996
    Las Vegas, Nevada
    Occupation - Rapper/Actor/Poet
    Divorced - Keisha Morris
    Engaged - Kidida Jones
    Height - 5'7"
    Weight - 168lbs
    Mother - Alice Faye Williams
    (Afeni Shakur)
    Father - William Garland
    Godfather - Elmer "Geronimo" Pratt
    Step Father - Jeral Wayne Williams
    (Mutulu Shakur)
    Half Sister - Sekyiwa Shakur
    Step Brother - Maurice Harding
    (Mopreme of Thug Life)

    2Pac became the unlikely martyr of gangsta rap, and a tragic symbol of the toll its lifestyle exacted on urban black America. At the outset of his career, it didn't appear that he would emerge as one of the definitive rappers of the '90s -- he started out as a second-string rapper and dancer for Digital Underground, joining only after they had already landed their biggest hit. But in 1992, he delivered an acclaimed debut album, 2Pacalypse Now, and quickly followed with a star-making performance in the urban drama Juice. Over the course of one year, his profile rose substantially, based as much on his run-ins with the law as his music. By 1994, 2Pac rivaled Snoop Dogg as the most controversial figure in rap, spending as much time in prison as he did in the recording studio. His burgeoning outlaw mythology helped his 1995 album Me Against the World enter the charts at number one, and it also opened him up to charges of exploitation. Yet, as the single "Dear Mama" illustrated, he was capable of sensitivity as well as violence. Signing with Death Row Records in late 1995, 2Pac released the double-album All Eyez on Me in the spring of 1996, and the record, as well as its hit single "California Love," confirmed his superstar status. Unfortunately, the gangsta lifestyle he captured in his music soon overtook his own life. While his celebrity was at its peak, he publicly fought with his rival, the Notorious B.I.G., and there were tensions brewing at Death Row. Even with such conflicts, however, 2Pac's drive-by shooting in September 1996 came as an unexpected shock. On September 13, six days after the shooting, 2Pac passed away, leaving behind a legacy that was based as much on his lifestyle as it was his music.


    The son of two Black Panther members, Tupac Amaru Shakur was born in New York City. His parents had separated before he was born, and his mother moved him and his sister around the country for much of their childhood. Frequently, the family was at the poverty level, but Shakur managed to gain acceptance to the prestigious Baltimore School of the Arts as a teenager. While he was at the school, his creative side flourished, as he began writing raps and acting. Before he could graduate, his family moved to Marin City, CA, when he was 17 years old. Over the next few years, he lived on the streets and began hustling. Eventually, he met Shock-G, the leader of Digital Underground. The Oakland-based crew decided to hire him as a dancer and roadie, and as he toured with the group, he worked on his own material. 2Pac made his first recorded appearance on the group's spring 1991 record, This Is an EP Release, and he also appeared on their second album, Sons of the P. The following year, he released his own debut, 2Pacalypse Now. The album became a word-of-mouth hit, as "Brenda's Got a Baby" reached the R&B Top 30 and the record went gold. However, its blunt and explicit lyrics earned criticisms for moral watchdogs, and Vice President Dan Quayle attacked the album while he was campaigning for re-election that year.


    Shakur's profile was raised considerably by his acclaimed role in the Ernest Dickerson film Juice, which led to a lead role in John Singleton's Poetic Justice the following year. By the time the film hit theaters, 2Pac had released his second album, Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z., which became a platinum album, peaking at number four on the R&B charts and launching the Top Ten R&B hit single

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