Tupac 2 Pac Analysis

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2 Pac ‘‘All eyes on me’’ is arguably one of the most revolutionary albums of all time. The 1995 album by Tupac Shakur better known as 2 Pac had an outstanding impact on the world even to this day, the album contained 6 singles with lyrics describing the thug lifestyle that Tupac and his people were living at the time. This was the most tracks ever on Tupac album. 1995 was known to be Tupac’s year, in January 2 Pac was in prison serving a 1 and a half to 4-and-a-half-year sentence for sexual assault prior to that he was always known for his rebellious and out spoken way of living. 2 Pac was the first black rapper to get a number 1 album spot on the billboard charts.
In October 1995 Tupac was eventually released due to Suge knight who was the CEO of ‘Death row records’, this amazing gesture enabled 2 Pac to immediately start working on his next album. While in prison 2 Pac read books by Machiavelli, Tsun szu’s ‘Art of war’ and other works of political and social strategies which …show more content…

He ironically talks about his own death, clearly stating that the government does not want him alive because of how influential and rebellious he was.
‘‘2 of Amerikaz most wanted’’ single featuring snoop dogg is definitely a fan favourite, as that record spoke about a lot of racism, culture, religion and other political and social issues in America “So now they got us laced/Two multimillionaire motherfuckers catching cases (mmm)/Bitches get ready for the throwdown, the shit's about to go down/Uhh, me and Snoop about to clown/I'm "Losin My Religion", I'm vicious on these stool pigeons/You might be deep in this game, but you got the rules

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