History Music / TupacShakur

30th Jun '17 7:00:33 AM BenMitchell90
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** Chino XL - Chino's style involves dissing pretty much ''everyone'', and his song "Riiiot!" has a line poking fun at the theory that 2Pac [[PrisonRape was raped in jail]]. Pac didn't take too kindly to this, and included a quick diss on "Hit Em Up" ("Chino XL, '''fuck you too!'''). Amusingly, the song also dissed ''Biggie'', with a line poking fun at "Biggie's stretch marks".

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** Chino XL - Chino's style involves dissing pretty much ''everyone'', and his song "Riiiot!" has a line poking fun at the theory that 2Pac [[PrisonRape was raped in jail]]. Pac didn't take too kindly to this, and included a quick diss on "Hit Em Up" ("Chino XL, '''fuck you too!''').too!'''"). Amusingly, the song also dissed ''Biggie'', with a line poking fun at "Biggie's stretch marks".
30th Jun '17 6:59:36 AM BenMitchell90
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** Chino XL - Chino's style involves dissing pretty much ''everyone'', and his song "Riiiot!" has a line poking fun at the theory that 2Pac [[PrisonRape was raped in jail]]. Pac didn't take too kindly to this, and included a quick diss on "Hit Em Up" ("Chino XL, '''fuck you too!''').

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** Chino XL - Chino's style involves dissing pretty much ''everyone'', and his song "Riiiot!" has a line poking fun at the theory that 2Pac [[PrisonRape was raped in jail]]. Pac didn't take too kindly to this, and included a quick diss on "Hit Em Up" ("Chino XL, '''fuck you too!'''). Amusingly, the song also dissed ''Biggie'', with a line poking fun at "Biggie's stretch marks".
30th Jun '17 6:57:30 AM BenMitchell90
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** Mobb Deep
** Music/JayZ
** Chino XL
** Music/{{Nas}}
** All of Junior M.A.F.I.A.
** Music/LLCoolJ

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** Mobb Deep
Deep - The duo featured on Capone N Noreaga's "L.A, L.A" remix, which dissed the West Coast, and 2Pac felt it dissed him, so he took a few potshots at them - most notably on "Hit Em Up", in which he mocked Prodigy's sickle-cell anemia (which many felt went too far). Mobb Deep replied with "Drop a Gem on Em".
** Music/JayZ
Music/JayZ - Jay-Z never dissed 2Pac, but due to being a prominent East Coast rapper who was good friends with Biggie, he still fell into 2Pac's crosshairs. Most infamously, the song "Fuck Friendz" had the line "Ain't no nigga like me / Fuck Jay-Z!", which Nas would later sample on his own Jay-Z diss "Ether". "Hit Em Up" also originally had a line aimed at Jay-Z, but the Outlawz felt that he didn't really have anything to do with the beef and talked Pac into taking it out. On his end, Jay had his own diss aimed at 2Pac, but when Pac died, he opted not to release it out of respect.
** Chino XL
XL - Chino's style involves dissing pretty much ''everyone'', and his song "Riiiot!" has a line poking fun at the theory that 2Pac [[PrisonRape was raped in jail]]. Pac didn't take too kindly to this, and included a quick diss on "Hit Em Up" ("Chino XL, '''fuck you too!''').
** Music/{{Nas}}
Music/{{Nas}} - 2Pac felt that one of Nas' lines on "The Message" ("Fake thug, no love, you get the slug, [=CB4=] Gusto) was aimed at him, and took shots at Nas on a few tracks on ''The 7 Day Theory''. Interestingly, 2Pac and Nas had a chat face-to-face where they squashed the beef, and 2Pac promised to remove the disses against Nas from the album, [[AuthorExistenceFailure but died before he could]].
** All of Junior M.A.F.I.A.
A. - This is really no surprise, what with them basically being Biggie's answer to the Outlawz.
** Music/LLCoolJMusic/LLCoolJ - 2Pac felt that the song "I Shot Ya" (not to be confused with Biggie's song "Who Shot Ya?") was aimed at him, and approached Keith Murray about it, but they were luckily able to diffuse tensions before a beef could really start.
2nd Jun '17 2:32:31 PM Akahige
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Added DiffLines:

* "Only God Can Judge Me"
* "Shorty Wanna Be A Thug"
21st May '17 9:51:13 AM BDA1978
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Added DiffLines:

* MoodWhiplash: His albums tend to be this, from the somber and reflective (Dear Mama), to the angry and defiant (Only God Can Judge Me) to the lighthearted and humorous (All About You).
30th Dec '16 7:04:50 AM darkchiefy
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After serving eleven months of his sentence he was released from prison on an appeal financed by Marion "Suge" Knight, the CEO of Death Row Records. In exchange for Suge's assistance, Shakur agreed to release three albums under the Death Row label. The first of such was ''All Eyez on Me'', Shakur's first double album (as well as the only double album released during his lifetime) as well as one of the earliest double albums in hip-hop.

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After serving eleven months of his sentence he was released from prison on an appeal financed by Marion "Suge" Knight, the CEO of Death Row Records.Creator/DeathRowRecords. In exchange for Suge's assistance, Shakur agreed to release three albums under the Death Row label. The first of such was ''All Eyez on Me'', Shakur's first double album (as well as the only double album released during his lifetime) as well as one of the earliest double albums in hip-hop.
28th Dec '16 3:11:42 PM DarcyFoster
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\n* "Ghetto Gospel" (with Music/EltonJohn)

10th Dec '16 9:47:15 AM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:350:THUG [[caption-width-right:300:THUG LIFE.]]



'''Tupac Amaru Shakur''' (June 16, 1971 - September 13, 1996), also known by his stage names 2Pac (or simply Pac) and Makaveli, was an American rapper. In addition to his status as a top-selling recording artist, Shakur was a promising actor, a poet and a social activist. Most of Shakur's songs are about growing up amid violence and hardship in ghettos, racism, problems in society and conflicts with other rappers. Shakur's work is known for advocating political, economic, social and racial equality. Shakur was initially a roadie and backup dancer for the alternative hip hop group Music/DigitalUnderground, before forming his own group Thug Life then going solo.[[note]]this hasn't stopped people on Website/YouTube from re-labeling Digital Underground songs as "Digital Underground featuring 2Pac", even if he didn't actually appear in the song.[[/note]]

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'''Tupac Tupac Amaru Shakur''' Shakur (June 16, 1971 - September 13, 1996), also known by his stage names 2Pac (or simply Pac) and Makaveli, was an American rapper. In addition to his status as a top-selling recording artist, Shakur was a promising actor, a poet and a social activist. Most of Shakur's songs are about growing up amid violence and hardship in ghettos, racism, problems in society and conflicts with other rappers. Shakur's work is known for advocating political, economic, social and racial equality. Shakur was initially a roadie and backup dancer for the alternative hip hop group Music/DigitalUnderground, before forming his own group Thug Life then going solo.[[note]]this hasn't stopped people on Website/YouTube from re-labeling Digital Underground songs as "Digital Underground featuring 2Pac", even if he didn't actually appear in the song.[[/note]]
2nd Nov '16 2:21:39 PM Morgenthaler
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* TakeThat: The infamous "Hit 'Em Up", primarily aimed at his friend turned rival TheNotoriousBIG. Others have felt his wrath as well mainly...

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* TakeThat: The infamous "Hit 'Em Up", primarily aimed at his friend turned rival TheNotoriousBIG.Music/TheNotoriousBIG. Others have felt his wrath as well mainly...



** Nas

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** NasMusic/{{Nas}}



** LLCoolJ

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** LLCoolJMusic/LLCoolJ
18th Sep '16 10:18:42 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* FollowTheLeader: Many rappers continue to copy his style and attitude (minus the socio-political commentary mind you)
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