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Post 2pac Meets iTunes
on: July 14, 2011, 11:41

Last week, the genius squad and the master-minds over at Apple, have released 2pac's 6 studio albums that he recorded during his brief, but illustrious career under Interscope and Death Row. They have also released many of his un-official, post death releases, to accompany this feature under his artist profile on iTunes. In addition, they have included many of his biggest music videos like "Brenda's Got a Baby", "I Get Around", and many more.

Similar to the way iTunes released the complete Beatles catalogue, you can now purchase 2pac's complete anthology and finally have the ability to hear his work completely digitally remastered on iTunes. Go check it out. R.I.P. to arguably the greatest to ever do it.

Linked are a couple of the videos now available to purchase on iTunes, but also available to watch for free on the VEVO account that was started for this release. Big news for any Hip-Hop head, enjoy...

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Post Re: 2pac Meets iTunes
on: August 4, 2011, 09:54

XXL Magazine editor in chief Vanessa Satten pays homage to the late Tupac Shakur with this September's XXL issue that features 2pac on the cover, remembering the esteemed, yet tragically short lived career of the late rapper. The issue commemorates the 15th year anniversary of 2pac's death and is suppose to hit shelves August 16th through the month of September. 2pac was unfortunately gunned down September 13th of 1996 on the Las Vegas strip at just 25 years old. Despite his short career in the spotlight, it is safe to say that Pac's legacy and reputation has almost transcended time. He was a superstar when he was alive, he was mourned as a legend when he died, and he has turned into a Christ like martyr after death. His death is still a mystery and might forever stay that way. However, 2pac's music will forever live on and continue to inspire people with the powerful messages that it carried. Go grab a copy when it hits stores. Sixty two artists were interviewed about the impression 2pac left on their lives, exclusive interviews with Pac's biological father, former members of the Outlawz, and more. The issue has exclusive insights into his life that have never been uncovered. Don't miss it, go out and get yours. RIP to one of the best to ever do it...

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