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  • Real name : Lesane Parish Crooks
  • Place of birth : Manhattan
  • Date of birth : 16/06/1971
  • Place of death : Las Vegas
  • Date of death : 13/09/1996


  • 2Pac
  • Makaveli
  • Makaveli The Don
  • MC New York
  • Pac
  • Shakur Tupac


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Tupac Shakur (1971)

Lesane Parish Crooks

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Tupac Amaru Shakur (June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996), known by his stage names 2Pac and Makaveli, was an American rapper and actor. Shakur has sold over 75 million albums worldwide as of 2007, making him one of the best-selling music artists in the world. Rolling Stone Magazine named him the 86th Greatest Artist of All Time.

In addition to his career as a rap artist, he was also an actor. The themes of most of Tupac's songs are the violence and hardship in inner cities, racism, other social problems, and conflicts with other rappers during the East Coast – West Coast hip hop rivalry. Shakur began his career as a roadie, backup dancer, and MC for the alternative hip hop group Digital Underground.

Afeni Shakur, mother of 2pac, was involved with the Black Panthers, and 2pac made reference to the organization in the song Changes. 2pac was involved in a West-coast East-coast rivalry after a major feud with East-coast rappers, producers and record-label members of staff.

On September 7, 1996, Shakur was shot four times in the Las Vegas metropolitan area of Nevada. He was taken to the University Medical Center, where he died six days later of respiratory failure and cardiac arrest.


 early life
Tupac Amaru Shakur was born on the East Harlem section of Manhattan in New York City. He was named after Túpac Amaru II, a Peruvian revolutionary who led an indigenous uprising against Spain and was subsequently executed.

His mother, Afeni Shakur, and his father, Billy Garland, were active members of the Black Panther Party in New York in the late 1960s and early 1970s; he was born just one month after his mother's acquittal on more than 150 charges of "Conspiracy against the United States government and New York landmarks" in the New York Panther 21 court case.

Although unconfirmed by the Shakur family, several sources (including the official coroner's report) list his birth name as Lesane Parish Crooks. This name was supposedly entered on the birth certificate because Afeni feared her enemies would attack her son, and disguised his true identity using a different last name. She changed it later, following her separation from Garland and marriage to Mutulu Shakur.

Struggle and incarceration surrounded Shakur from an early age. His godfather, Elmer "Geronimo" Pratt, a high ranking Black Panther, was convicted of murdering a school teacher during a 1968 robbery, although his sentence was later overturned. His stepfather, Mutulu, spent four years at large on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list beginning in 1982. Mutulu was wanted in part for having helped his sister Assata Shakur to escape from a penitentiary in New Jersey, where she had been incarcerated for shooting a state trooper to death in 1973. Mutulu was caught in 1986 and imprisoned for the robbery of a Brinks armored truck in which two police officers and a guard were killed. Shakur had a half-sister, Sekyiwa, two years his junior, and an older stepbrother, Mopreme "Komani" Shakur, who appeared on many of his recordings.

At the age of twelve, Shakur enrolled in Harlem's 127th Street Repertory Ensemble and was cast as the Travis Younger character in the play A Raisin in the Sun, which was performed at the Apollo Theater. In 1986, the family relocated to Baltimore, Maryland. After completing his second year at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School he transferred to the Baltimore School for the Arts, where he studied acting, poetry, jazz, and ballet. He performed in Shakespeare plays, and in the role of the Mouse King in The Nutcracker. Shakur, accompanied by one of his friends, Dana "Mouse" Smith, as his beatbox, won most of the many rap competitions that he participated in and was considered to be the best rapper in his school. He was remembered as one of the most popular kids in his school because of his sense of humor, superior rapping skills, and ability to mix in with all crowds. He developed a close friendship with a young Jada Pinkett that lasted until his death. In the documentary Tupac: Resurrection, Shakur says, "Jada is my heart. She will be my friend for my whole life," and Pinkett Smith calls him "one of my best friends. He was like a brother. It was beyond friendship for us. The type of relationship we had, you only get that once in a lifetime." A poem written by Shakur titled "Jada" appears in his book, The Rose That Grew From Concrete, which also includes a poem dedicated to Pinkett Smith called "The Tears in Cupid's Eyes". During his time in art school, Shakur began dating the daughter of the director of the Baltimore Communist Party USA.

In June 1988, Shakur and his family moved to Marin City, California, where he attended Tamalpais High School. He began attending the poetry classes of Leila Steinberg in 1989. That same year, Steinberg organized a concert with a former group of Shakur's, Strictly Dope; the concert led to him being signed with Atron Gregory who set him up as a roadie and backup dancer with the young rap group Digital Underground in 1990.

  Rapping career
Shakur's professional entertainment career began in the early 1990s, when he debuted his rapping skills in a vocal turn in Digital Underground's "Same Song" from the soundtrack to the 1991 film Nothing but Trouble and also appeared with the group in the film of the same name. The song was later released as the lead song of the Digital Underground EP This is an EP Release, the follow-up to their debut hit album Sex Packets. Shakur appeared in the accompanying music video. After his rap debut, he performed with Digital Underground again on the album Sons of the P. Later, he released his first solo album, 2Pacalypse Now.

2Pacalypse Now did not do as well on the charts as future albums, spawning no top ten hits. His second record, Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z., was released in 1993. The album did better than the previous one debuting on number 24 on the Billboard 200. However, the real commercial success of Tupac Shakur began with his third album titled Me Against the World which debuted on top of the Billboard 200 and sold two million copies. His following album, All Eyez on Me, was Tupac's biggest commercial success. The album debuted at number 1 and has sold 9 million copies till date and is considered among the best rap albums of all time. The rest of the six albums of Tupac were released after his death. Four of these albums have been certified multi-platinum and three of them topped the Billboard 200 while all of these topped the US R&B charts. Tupac's greatest hit album has sold over 10 million copies in US and is certified Diamond by the RIAA.

  Thug Life
In late 1993, Shakur formed the group Thug Life with a number of his friends, including Big Syke, Macadoshis, his stepbrother Mopreme Shakur, and Rated R. The group released their only album Thug Life: Volume 1 on September 26, 1994, which went gold. The album featured the single "Pour Out a Little Liquor" produced by Johnny "J" Jackson, who went on to produce a large part of Shakur's album All Eyez on Me. The group usually performed their concerts without Shakur.

 personal life
Shakur was a voracious reader. He was inspired by a wide variety of writers, including William Shakespeare, Niccolò Machiavelli, Donald Goines, Sun Tzu, Kurt Vonnegut, Mikhail Bakunin, Maya Angelou, Alice Walker, and Khalil Gibran. In his book Holler If You Hear Me: Searching for Tupac Shakur, University of Pennsylvania Avalon Professor of Humanities and African American Studies Michael Eric Dyson describes the experience of visiting the home of Shakur's friend and promoter Leila Steinberg to find "the sea of books" once owned by Shakur.

Shakur never professed following a particular religion, but his lyrics in singles such as 'Only God Can Judge Me' and poems such as The Rose That Grew from Concrete suggest he believed in God. This means many analysts currently describe him as a deist. He believed in Karma, but rejected a literal afterlife and organized religion.

At a Mobb Deep concert following the death of the famed icon and release of The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, Cormega recalled in an interview that the fans were all shouting "Makaveli," and emphasized the influence of The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory and of Shakur himself even in New York at the height of the media-dubbed 'intercoastal rivalry'. Tupac Shakur was also one of the few rappers that were paid a tribute during the Up in Smoke Tour that featured many west coast hip-hop artists.

Shakur is held in high esteem by other MCs – in the book How to Rap, Bishop Lamont notes that Shakur “mastered every element, every aspect” of rapping and Fredro Starr of Onyx says Shakur, "was a master of the flow." "Every rapper who grew up in the Nineties owes something to Tupac," wrote 50 Cent. "He didn't sound like anyone who came before him." for their part named Shakur the most influential rapper ever.

To preserve Shakur's legacy, his mother founded the Shakur Family Foundation (later re-named the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation or TASF) in 1997. The TASF's stated mission is to "provide training and support for students who aspire to enhance their creative talents." The TASF sponsors essay contests, charity events, a performing arts day camp for teenagers and undergraduate scholarships. The Foundation officially opened the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts in Stone Mountain, Georgia, on June 11, 2005. On November 14, 2003, a documentary about Shakur entitled Tupac: Resurrection was released under the supervision of his mother and narrated entirely in his voice. It was nominated for Best Documentary in the 2005 Academy Awards. Proceeds will go to a charity set up by Shakur's mother Afeni. On April 17, 2003, Harvard University co-sponsored an academic symposium entitled "All Eyez on Me: Tupac Shakur and the Search for the Modern Folk Hero." The speakers discussed a wide range of topics dealing with Shakur's impact on everything from entertainment to sociology.

Many of the speakers discussed Shakur's status and public persona, including State University of New York at Buffalo English professor Mark Anthony Neal who gave the talk "Thug Nigga Intellectual: Tupac as Celebrity Gramscian" in which he argued that Shakur was an example of the "organic intellectual" expressing the concerns of a larger group. Professor Neal has also indicated in his writings that the death of Shakur has left a "leadership void amongst hip-hop artists." Neal further describes him as a "walking contradiction", a status that allowed him to "make being an intellectual accessible to ordinary people."

Professor of Communications Murray Forman, of Northeastern University, spoke of the mythical status about Shakur's life and death. He addressed the symbolism and mythology surrounding Shakur's death in his talk entitled "Tupac Shakur: O.G. ". Among his findings were that Shakur's fans have "succeeded in resurrecting Tupac as an ethereal life force." In "From Thug Life to Legend: Realization of a Black Folk Hero", Professor of Music at Northeastern University, Emmett Price, compared Shakur's public image to that of the trickster-figures of African-American folklore which gave rise to the urban "bad-man" persona of the post-slavery period. He ultimately described Shakur as a "prolific artist" who was "driven by a terrible sense of urgency" in a quest to "unify mind, body, and spirit".

In Holler If You Hear Me: Searching for Tupac Shakur, Michael Eric Dyson indicated that Shakur "spoke with brilliance and insight as someone who bears witness to the pain of those who would never have his platform. He told the truth, even as he struggled with the fragments of his identity." At one Harvard Conference the theme was Shakur's impact on entertainment, race relations, politics and the "hero/martyr". In late 1997, the University of California, Berkeley offered a student-led course entitled "History 98: Poetry and History of Tupac Shakur."

In late 2003, the Makaveli Branded Clothing line was launched by Afeni. In 2005, Death Row released Tupac: Live at the House of Blues. The DVD was the final recorded performance of Shakur's career, which took place on July 4, 1996, and features a plethora of Death Row artists. In August 2006, Tupac Shakur Legacy was released. The interactive biography was written by Jamal Joseph. It features unseen family photographs, intimate stories, and over 20 removable reproductions of his handwritten song lyrics, contracts, scripts, poetry, and other personal papers. Shakur's sixth posthumous studio album, Pac's Life, was released on November 21, 2006. It commemorates the 10th anniversary of Shakur's death. He is still considered one of the most popular artists in the music industry .

According to Forbes, in 2008 Shakur's estate made $15 million. In 2002, they recognized him as a Top Earning Dead celebrity coming in on number ten on their list.

  Library of Congress
Shakur's hit song "Dear Mama" is one of 25 songs that was added to the National Recording Registry in 2010. The Library of Congress has called "Dear Mama" "a moving and eloquent homage to both the murdered rapper's own mother and all mothers struggling to maintain a family in the face of addiction, poverty and societal indifference." The honor came seven days after what would have been Shakur's 39th birthday. Shakur is the third rapper to enter the library, behind Grandmaster Flash and Public Enemy.

acting career
In addition to rapping and hip hop music, Shakur acted in films. He made his first film appearance in the motion picture Nothing But Trouble, as part of a cameo by the Digital Underground. His first starring role was in the film Juice. In this story, he played the character Bishop, a trigger happy teen, for which he was hailed by Rolling Stones Peter Travers as "the film's most magnetic figure." He went on to star with Janet Jackson in Poetic Justice and with Duane Martin in Above the Rim. After his death, three of Shakur's completed films, Bullet, Gridlock'd and Gang Related, were released.

He had also been slated to star in the Hughes brothers' film Menace II Society but was replaced by Larenz Tate after assaulting Allen Hughes as a result of a quarrel. Director John Singleton mentioned that he wrote the script for Baby Boy with Shakur in mind for the leading role. It was eventually filmed with Tyrese Gibson in his place and released in 2001, five years after Shakur's death. The film features a mural of Shakur in the protagonist's bedroom as well as featuring the song "Hail Mary" in the film's score.

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Name Duration Released
Resist the Temptation 05:44 04/12/2007
Changes 04:29 04/12/2007
Static Mix I 04:20 12/06/2007
Minnie the Moocher 04:19 12/06/2007
My Burnin' Heart 06:25 12/06/2007
A Day in the Life 04:55 12/06/2007
Never Be Beat 05:33 12/06/2007
Let Knowledge Drop 03:37 12/06/2007
The Case of the Misplaced Mic 02:34 12/06/2007
Pac's Life 03:38 18/11/2006
Don't Stop 05:25 18/11/2006
Untouchable 04:16 18/11/2006
Soon As I Get Home 03:40 18/11/2006
Don't Sleep 03:36 18/11/2006
International 04:01 18/11/2006
Sleep 04:10 18/11/2006
Whatz Next 03:37 18/11/2006
Playa Cardz Right 04:33 18/11/2006
Dumpin' 04:28 18/11/2006
Scared Straight Album Listing 03:28 18/11/2006
What Would You Do 04:20 03/10/2005
Do What I Feel 03:58 03/10/2005
Freek'n You 01:03 03/10/2005
Big Pimpin' 02:30 03/10/2005
Made Niggaz 05:05 03/10/2005
New York 04:44 03/10/2005
Gin and Juice 06:01 03/10/2005
Picture Me Rollin' 05:16 03/10/2005
Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None) 03:20 03/10/2005
Doggfather 02:50 03/10/2005
Holla at Me 04:56 03/10/2005
Some Bomb Azz 03:05 03/10/2005
For My Niggaz and Bitches 02:23 03/10/2005
Can't C Me 05:31 03/10/2005
If We All Gonna Fuck 02:31 03/10/2005
Me In Your World 03:12 03/10/2005
Tha Shiznit 02:30 03/10/2005
Who Am I (What's My Name) 02:57 03/10/2005
Murder Was the Case 03:45 03/10/2005
G'z and Hustlas 02:43 03/10/2005
Power of a Smile 00:00 20/09/2005
When Ur Hero Falls 00:00 20/09/2005
Where There Is a Will 00:00 20/09/2005
Black Woman 00:00 20/09/2005
Life Through My Eyes 00:00 20/09/2005
Movin On 00:00 20/09/2005
In the Depths of Solitude 00:00 20/09/2005
Fallen Star 00:00 20/09/2005
If I Fail 00:00 20/09/2005
The Eternal Lament 00:00 20/09/2005
And 2morrow 00:00 20/09/2005
The Fatha Figga 04:56 2005
Order After Kaos 03:46 2005
Hate the Game 05:09 2005
Don't Go to Sleep 03:45 2005
That's Right 03:57 2005
Original Bad Boyz 03:48 2005
Murda Me 04:18 2005
Me and My Homies 04:06 2005
Thug Nature 04:18 2005
Throw Your Hands Up 04:41 2005
House of Pain 04:12 2005
The Money 03:53 2005
Slip n Slide 04:39 2005
Loyal to the Game 03:23 14/12/2004
Black Cotton 05:03 14/12/2004
Po Nigga Blues 03:38 14/12/2004
Ghetto Gospel 03:58 14/12/2004
Thug 4 Life 02:54 14/12/2004
Out On Bail 03:54 14/12/2004
Hennessey 03:27 14/12/2004
The Uppercut 03:50 14/12/2004
Don't You Trust Me? 04:55 14/12/2004
Soldier Like Me 03:50 14/12/2004
Crooked Nigga Too 02:55 14/12/2004
Who Do You Love? 03:28 14/12/2004
Thugs Get Lonely Too 04:48 14/12/2004
N.I.G.G.A. 03:02 14/12/2004
Live Medley: California Love/So Many Tears 03:03 06/08/2004
Never Call U Bitch Again 02:25 06/08/2004
Troublesome 03:04 06/08/2004
Never Had A Friend Like Me 00:00 07/10/2003
Staring Through My Rear View 04:37 07/07/2003
Wanted Dead or Alive 04:37 07/07/2003
All Eyez on Me 05:09 07/07/2003
Pour Out a Little Liquor 03:31 07/07/2003
Whatcha Gonna Do? 03:39 26/11/2002
Street Fame 04:30 26/11/2002
Mama's Just a Little Girl 04:58 26/11/2002
Never B Peace 04:59 26/11/2002
Fuck Em All 04:26 26/11/2002
Thugz Mansion 04:13 26/11/2002
Changed Man 03:52 26/11/2002
Ghetto Star 04:15 26/11/2002
When We Ride on Our Enemies 02:54 26/11/2002
Late Night 04:18 26/11/2002
Still Ballin' 02:50 26/11/2002
Fair Xchange 03:52 26/11/2002
All Out 05:32 27/03/2001
Ballad of a Dead Soulja 04:15 27/03/2001
Happy Home 03:56 27/03/2001
World Wide Mob Figgaz 04:37 27/03/2001
Breathin' 04:04 27/03/2001
M.O.B. 05:01 27/03/2001
Letter 2 My Unborn 03:55 27/03/2001
Until The End of Time 04:26 27/03/2001
Good Life 04:17 27/03/2001
Everything They Owe 03:07 27/03/2001
Let Em Have It 04:53 27/03/2001
Thug N U Thug N Me 04:11 27/03/2001
Lil' Homies 03:43 27/03/2001
Fuckin' with the Wrong Nigga 03:37 27/03/2001
Fuck Friendz 05:19 27/03/2001
Tupac Interlude 00:57 17/10/2000
If There Be Pain 04:45 17/10/2000
What of Fame 00:21 17/10/2000
And Still I Love You 03:58 17/10/2000
Starry Night 04:33 17/10/2000
The Sun and the Moon 01:56 17/10/2000
God 00:47 17/10/2000
The Fear in the Heart of Man 04:16 17/10/2000
Thug Blues 04:46 17/10/2000
Tears of a Teenage Mother 04:39 17/10/2000
Sometimes I Cry 03:10 17/10/2000
Family Tree 03:21 17/10/2000
U R Ripping Us Apart 05:12 17/10/2000
What of a Love Unspoken 03:16 17/10/2000
Lady Liberty Needs Glasses 02:23 17/10/2000
When Ure Heart Turns Cold 01:38 17/10/2000
In The Event of My Demise 04:41 17/10/2000
Wife 4 Life 04:06 17/10/2000
Can U C The Pride In The Panther 04:54 17/10/2000
The Rose That Grew from Concrete 02:35 17/10/2000
Why Must You Be Unfaithful 01:12 17/10/2000
Wake Me When I'm Free 05:52 17/10/2000
A River That Flows Forever 02:20 17/10/2000
Only 4 the Righteous 02:29 17/10/2000
Homeboyz 03:38 14/12/1998
Y'all Don't Know Us 04:55 14/12/1998
Black Jesuz 04:29 14/12/1998
U Can Be Touched 04:23 14/12/1998
As the World Turns 05:08 14/12/1998
Tattoo Tears 05:02 14/12/1998
Baby Don't Cry 04:22 14/12/1998
Teardrops and Closed Caskets 05:05 14/12/1998
Secretz of War 04:15 14/12/1998
Killuminati 04:02 14/12/1998
Still I Rise 04:45 14/12/1998
The Good Die Young 05:42 14/12/1998
Letter to the President 06:03 14/12/1998
High Speed 05:59 14/12/1998
Hell 4 a Hustler 04:56 14/12/1998
Unconditional Love 03:59 24/11/1998
God Bless the Dead 04:22 24/11/1998
Hit 'Em Up 05:12 24/11/1998
I Wonder If Heaven Got a Ghetto 04:21 25/11/1997
Where Do We Go From Here 04:31 25/11/1997
Thug Style 04:16 25/11/1997
Definition of a Thug Nigga 04:09 25/11/1997
Hellrazor 04:15 25/11/1997
Let Them Thangs Go 03:33 25/11/1997
R U Still Down? 04:07 25/11/1997
Fuck All Y'all 04:32 25/11/1997
Open Fire 02:52 25/11/1997
Lie to Kick It 03:39 25/11/1997
Redemption 01:48 25/11/1997
I'm Gettin' Money 03:32 25/11/1997
Nothing to Lose 03:39 25/11/1997
Hold Ya Head 03:58 05/11/1996
Toss It Up 05:06 05/11/1996
Me and My Girlfriend 05:10 05/11/1996
Hail Mary 05:09 05/11/1996
White Man'z World 05:38 05/11/1996
Intro/Bomb First 04:57 05/11/1996
Krazy 05:15 05/11/1996
Just Like Daddy 05:08 05/11/1996
Life of an Outlaw 04:55 05/11/1996
Blasphemy 04:38 05/11/1996
Against All Odds 04:36 05/11/1996
To Live & Die in L.A 04:33 05/11/1996
Ambitionz az a Ridah 04:39 13/02/1996
Life Goes On 05:02 13/02/1996
Heartz of Men 04:43 13/02/1996
No More Pain 06:14 13/02/1996
2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted 04:07 13/02/1996
What'z Ya Phone # 05:10 13/02/1996
How Do U Want It 04:47 13/02/1996
I Ain't Mad at Cha 04:53 13/02/1996
Got My Mind Made Up 05:13 13/02/1996
California Love 06:25 13/02/1996
Skandalouz 04:09 13/02/1996
Tradin' War Stories 05:29 13/02/1996
All Bout U 04:37 13/02/1996
Only God Can Judge Me 04:57 13/02/1996
Hard to Imagine 00:00 13/06/1995
Lord Knows 04:31 14/03/1995
Heavy in the Game 04:23 14/03/1995
Outlaw 04:32 14/03/1995
Young Niggaz 04:53 14/03/1995
Death Around the Corner 04:07 14/03/1995
Temptations 05:00 14/03/1995
Fuck the World 04:13 14/03/1995
So Many Tears 03:59 14/03/1995
Old School 04:40 14/03/1995
Me Against the World 04:40 14/03/1995
Can U Get Away 05:45 14/03/1995
If I Die 2Nite 04:01 14/03/1995
It Ain't Easy 04:53 14/03/1995
Intro 01:40 14/03/1995
Dear Mama 04:40 14/03/1995
Strugglin' 03:33 16/02/1993
5 Deadly Venomz 05:13 16/02/1993
Peep Game 04:28 16/02/1993
Papa'z Song 05:25 16/02/1993
Souljah's Revenge 03:16 16/02/1993
I Get Around 04:19 16/02/1993
Last Wordz 03:36 16/02/1993
The Streetz R Deathrow 03:26 16/02/1993
Something 2 Die 4 02:43 16/02/1993
Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z. 05:55 16/02/1993
Point the Finga 04:25 16/02/1993
Keep Ya Head Up 04:22 16/02/1993
Pac's Theme 01:56 16/02/1993
Representin' 93 03:34 16/02/1993
Holler If Ya Hear Me 04:38 16/02/1993
Guess Who's Back 03:06 16/02/1993
I Don't Give a Fuck 04:20 12/12/1991
Rebel of the Underground 03:17 12/12/1991
Soulja's Story 05:05 12/12/1991
Tha' Lunatic 03:29 12/12/1991
Trapped 04:44 12/12/1991
Brenda's Got a Baby 03:55 12/12/1991
Young Black Male 02:35 12/12/1991
If My Homie Calls 04:18 12/12/1991
Crooked Ass Nigga 04:17 12/12/1991
Something Wicked 02:28 12/12/1991
Words of Wisdom 04:54 12/12/1991
Violent 06:25 12/12/1991
The Realist Killaz 02:59
Panther Power 04:36
Same Song 03:57
Bury Me a G 05:00
Runnin' 03:51
One Day at a Time 03:44
Ghost 04:17



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