The beginning of Tupac Shakur Tupac Shakur, born Lesane Parish Crooks, was born in a maternity hospital in Brooklyn, on June 16, 1971 in New York. 2pac pushes his first cry in the early 70s, at a time when the movement of the Black Panthers sees his price popularity climb to a affolante speed. You should know that at that time it was common for cops do burst into ghettos and murdered a young black, just because it had a bad light unchecked. Tupac's father had left remake his life elsewhere, the mother Afeni Shakur (who was part of the Black Panthers) was jailed for plotting to blow up bombs in several high traffic areas of New York. She was pregnant with 5 months when they were sent to prison. Tupac has thus grown up in this environment where hatred of cops ever lived. The name of Tupac was not chosen at random: Afeni was wanted in reference to the Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru Inca, which means "snake brilliant," and means that Shakur is full of gratitude to God.
Tupac and his youth At 12 years, attracted by the artistic universe, Tupac joins a group of Harlem Theater. This first contact with the scene seems to please him, because when he moved in 1986 to Baltimore, he follows his artistic school "Perfoming Art." His talent was quickly spotted by teachers and Tupac decided to write her first essays. At 17, years he moved again to go to Marin City, California, it drags with lascars and starts dealer. But very quickly he realizes that it was not count a path to follow when he joined as a dancer, the funky rap group Digital Underground. In 1991, he poses even for the first time his voice on tapes to the max "This Is a EP release" Digital Underground.
Tupac the beginning of a legend In 1991, Tupac released his first solo album "2Pacalyspe now." Her debut album is a success because its extracts "When My Homies Call" and "Brandy's Got A Baby". Soon after, he attacked the film, he plays the role of lascar mad angry and paranoid, Bishop, in the movie "Juice". Prior to release his second album in 1993 entitled "Strictly 4 My NIGGAZ," Tupac been many fights and many convocations court with a few even prison terms. His musical style continues to be noticed after the release of his album of his songs from "Keep Ya Head Up" and "I Get Around"; the same for her film, taking the lead, with Janet Jackson, the movie "Poetic Justice" by John Singleton. And then always, embrouilles repeatedly with a mostly serious Tupac accused of sexual harassment on a woman of 19 years. A year later, the eve of his trial, Tupac went to the studio to see his pal Notorious BIG (which later will be its worst enemy) to record a few songs and when it is in the elevator, he is robbed of his jewelry, and in exchange, receives 5 bullets. Refusing to stay in the hospital, he went to his trial the following day, which condemned him to 4 years in prison ...
Tupac legend On April 1, 1995, his third album "Me against the world" fate and the album became the best-selling through "Dear Mama", but 2pac is still in prison. It released in October, thanks to a bond of 1.4 million dollars paid by Suge Knight, skipper of the Californian label Death Row Records, against a signature on his electric chair. On Feb. 13, 1996, his fourth double and "All Eyes On Me 'fate. This masterpiece typically Death Row is a long deluge of rabies. As will be extracted and the super hit song "California Love" in the company of Dr Dre, "2 Amerikaz Most Wanted" and the list goes on of the best. 2pac accuses Biggie for organizing the attempted murder, and does not hesitate to spread provocative statements about his new album and even the accused him of stealing many rhymes for her album "Ready To Die". Meanwhile Biggie hallucinated. Between the two men, between the two labels (Death Row and Bad Boy), and ultimately between New York and Los Angeles, the voltage rises quickly and Tupac (instead of bringing down a little pressure) and adds insult Biggie at the slightest opportunity to "Hit'Em Up." The atmosphere really turns to vinegar, and it seems now that the story will end in bloodshed.
The death of Tupac Shakur On September 7, 1996, Tupac and Suge Knight attending the boxing match between Mike Tyson and Bruce Seldon, which is being held in a big hotel in Las Vegas. At the end of the battle, 2pac and Suge climb into their car and went to their hotels to change because they wanted to leave in box. Red Baron asks his rapper to withdraw his vest pare-balle. But at a red light, a white Cadillac, with four people inside, stopped beside them. A person opened fire. Suge was hit in the head (nothing serious) and Tupac is caught four bullets in the chest. Brought rushed to the hospital in Las Vegas, it is immediately made. Seven days later, Friday, September 13, at 16 h 03, after a long and difficult operation, Tupac is declared dead.
Who killed Tupac Shakur? Nobody saw the body of Tupac dead, and it seems clear to many that Tupac would manigancé all this to finally have peace. Some think a coup of Biggie or of a coup government. Today, nobody can say who killed and sponsored the murder of Tupac, and even the police in Los Angeles (a hair corrupt) stalled. But it was all our own little idea to subject. For Rolling Stone magazine, it seems that the murderer of Tupac is paid by a policeman ... Suge Knight! Indeed Suge would not have appreciated that Tupac formed his own label (Makiavelic Records), and thus ordered its removal outright. But this is an idea ... Just as the theory of 7 days.
THUG-LIFE Thug Life is the movement that 2pac created to combat the ghettos evil famés and any problems that the people could meet. Indeed, it was like the Black Panthers, but in a less violent. For the government it was a group of movement and to eliminate more Tupac was increasingly influential, it was already known by the vice president of the United States for these albums was a threat to the state.
After Tupac 2 Pac is now known to have released a number of posthumous be double counting on the fingers of two hands. From "RU Still Down?" "Better Dayz" through his "Greatest Hits" sold 9 million copies, 2Pac remains an untouchable icon of hip hop. His most recent post-mortem records and discs produced by Suge Knight and his mother, Afeni Shakur continue to sell like hotcakes despite a decline in quality as. The last album is "Loyal 2 The Game" produced by Eminem. A line of clothing in his memory was released last year, 'Makaveli Branded' history to exploit further the image of the rapper stripped.