In 2000, he went on a tour with Faith Hill. This gave him opportunities to work with several other famous music icons including Usher, Will Smith, Justin Timberlake, and Sting among many other. He has worked on five albums.
Before Tupac was actually “Tupac” he went by the alias, “MC New York” when he had started his career in Baltimore. Tupac’s professional entertainment career didn’t actually take off until the early 1990s. In November, 1991, Tupac released his first album, “2Pacalypse Now.” Even though the album didn’t get into on the “top ten” hits, 2Pacalypse Now is admired by many people because of its underground feel. At the end of Tupac’s career, he has a total of 5 studio albums, 10 compilation albums, 50 music videos, 44 singles, and 5 posthumous albums.
Eazy E was a west coast rapper. He was the Co-founder who was part of the group N.W.A. known for albums like Straight Outta Compton. Eazy E was born on September 7, 1963 in Compton, California. His original name was Eric Lynn Wright. He started a group named N.W.A. with his other rappers Ice Cube and Dr. Dre. They were known for their violent lyrics. They made A album called Straight Outta Compton. At that time Eazy was a solo artist.
When thinking of the Hip-Hop industry, one of the first names that comes to mind is Tupac Shakur. Shakur was born in the Bronx on June 16, 1971. He was reared by his mother Afeni Shakur who was an active member of the Black Panthers. Tupac's family later relocated to Oakland, California, where he spent much of his time on the street. As a kid, he was always getting himself into trouble, and he was very lonely. He started writing songs to keep himself out of trouble. An article from VIBE magazine "Troubled Times for Tupac Shakur" quotes Tupac. "'I was lonely, I didn't have no big brothers, no big cousins until later. I could remember writing songs.... I remember writing poetry.' " 1 Tupac was talented in the areas of
Once Simmons and McDaniels rapped infront of Mizells, they all decide tobecome close friends. Having Russell around, he helped them record their first single called “Street Kid”,they’re song came to a failure, but they didn’t mind because they knew it was just the beginningfor them. Simmons had a plan to record with McDaniels but Russell refused because he didn'tlike McDaniels style of rapping. Once they went to college, Simmons and McDaniels convincedRussell to do a Duo and add Mizell. Russell decided to help them out and make a single but hadto change their name to Run DMC, they hated the name but went along with it because theywanted to record. At this time, their fame was so big they started to be on VH1 making documentaries.After awhile, everyone started to go there own ways by recording solo. Even though theyseparated in the 80’s, everyone knew their music would never die, it is a legacy. The way theymade this happen was by taking hip hop and rap away from funk and disco and made it its ownsound. Run DMC was not worried about the West Coast, however in 1988 N.W.A came out with“Straight Outta Compton” and that's when Run DMC had to come out with “Tougher thanLeather”.In 1984, Arabian Prince was a producer that produced a hit single for J.J. Fad. AntoineCarraby, aka DJ Yella, was a record producer and a film director. Andre Romelle Young, aka Dr.Dre, was an Dj at the nightclub “Eve After Dark”. Eric Lynn Wright, aka Eazy E, was also arapper, to Ruthless
He started in 2006 and then ultimately gained national attention. He was picked out by the likes of Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Jay-Z. He didn’t get a contract until 2009 when Universal Motown signed him on.
Mr. Spindler was asked to come for a debriefing to which he happily agreed. Mr. Spindler was a long time employee of Crazy Eddie until he was terminated by Eddie Antar in May 1987.
“Immediately, The Notorious B.I.G., as he now called himself, got to work, appearing on a 1993 remix of Mary J. Blige's single, "Real Love," and followed it up with a second Blige remix, "What's the 411?" His debut as a solo artist came with the single, "Party and Bullshit," on the soundtrack to the film, who’s the Man? (1993).In 1994, The Notorious B.I.G. released his debut album, “Ready to Die”, which told the story of his life, from drug dealer to rapper. Later on down biggie mad many albums and music with Tupac, Mary .j Blige’s, Michael Jackson, and R-Kelly. Biggie still had some troubles when he was but he kept going”. (http://www.biography.com/people/biggie-smalls-20866735)
I agree with him leaving, i believe it was mainly a thing about finding himself and enjoying time alone. ex: “he’d been in the habit of taking it on extended solo road trips when classes weren’t in session…” (pg. 21)
In 2001, Chavis co-founded Hip Hop Summit Action Network along with Russell Simmons. It’s an association of hip-hop artists and community leaders devoted to fighting injustice and poverty. Chavis is no stranger to the hip-hop culture; in 1969, he was a DJ and MC for the Soul Kitchen Disco in Oxford, North Carolina (The Brown & Black Presidential Forum, 2014). Further, in 2009, Dr. Chavis and Ezell Brown, a businessman, established Education Online Services Corporation. The corporation aims to better lives by providing online education to anyone wherever they are at any time (Education Online Services Corporation, 2009). He had a multi-dimensional career served as an ordained minister, a preacher, a leader, an activist, an environmentalist and many others in his whole lifetime.
When pertaining to thought of the hip-hop production and history, Tupac Shakur is one of the first names that pops to mind. Shakur was born in the Bronx on June 16, 1971 in Brooklyn New York, and died on September 13, 1996 in Las Vegas Nevada just at the age of 25! His mother, Afeni Shakur was an active revolutionary of the Black Panther Party. She became pregnant with her son in 1970 while on bail after being accused of plotting to start an ethnicity war, Mrs. Shakur was absolved the year after strongly protecting herself in court, demonstrating a talent for speech which her son later comes to acquire. Tupac had a sister that was 2 years apart from him her name was Sekiya Shakur. William “Billy” Garland was the biological father of Tupac Shakur. Even though he was his father in blood he wasn’t actually a father figure he did very little to care for Tupac, only seeing him hardly any times up until Tupac reached the age of 5, Afeni and Tupac lost all contact with Garland. Shakur had a father figure known by the name of Mutulu Shakur, his stepfather. Mutulu Shakur was a former and active Black Liberation party member and condemned criminal,