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Kanye West Calls 2Pac “Most Overrated Rapper in History”

Five years have passed since Kanye West rudely interrupted Taylor Swift at the Video Music Awards but he’s back into the headlines for insulting one of the rap industry’s most beloved performers, Tupac Shakur. Continue reading Kanye West Calls 2Pac “Most Overrated Rapper in History”

2Pac Will Finally Get His Spot on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame


Yesterday, Hollywood Walk of Fame committee chairman David Green announced the honorees slated to receive stars on coveted Hollywood Boulevard next year, and some distinguished black celebrities are finally receiving their due. Most notable is rapper Tupac Shakur who will be honored posthumously 17 years after his death. Isn’t that awesome ?! Hit the jump for more………
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(Video) 2 PAC Vs. Biggie : Music Showdown

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Script written by Rakesh Goolab. In the 1990s, the East Coast-West Coast hip hop rivalry arose between the artists and fans of the two hip hop scenes in the United States. Tupac Shakur was associated with the West Coast scene while The Notorious B.I.G. was based in the East Coast scene. Though both were extremely talented rappers, they were both killed in drive-by shootings in murders believed to be linked to the hip hop feud. Join WatchMojo.com as we pit Biggie Smalls against 2Pac to find out who was the greatest M.C.
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Rick Ross, Tupac & John Legend Contribute To “Django Unchained” Soundtrack

Additional songs come courtesy of James Brown, Pat Metheny, Anthony Hamilton and more.

The cover art and tracklist have been revealed for the soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film Western Django Unchained.

The soundtrack, releasing to retail and digital on December 18th, features contributions from Rick Ross, Tupac, James Brown, Anthony Hamilton and more. The film’s star Jamie Foxx takes on production duties for Rick Ross’ track “100 Black Coffins.”
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