Bokeem Woodbine talks Tupac, Unsolved Series on the Breakfast Club.
Celebrating Tupac’s Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.
On this day 22 years ago, February 13, 1996. Tupac released his fourth studio album. All Eyez On Me landed #1 on both the Billboard 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. The album reached diamond status in sales back in 2014.
After signing a contract with Death Row in prision, releasing a double album in All Eyez positioned Tupac an album short of completeing his 3 album agreement. Tupac would complete his obligation with the label after completing his Makaveli album.
New BET series Death Row Chronicles will cover the rise and power of record label Death Row.
Eighteen Years ago, on February 10th 2000, Tupac’s third posthumous studio album Still I Rise was certified Gold in Canada. The album was released on 21st December 1999 by Interscope Records.
The album consisted of 15 songs such as Letter to the president, Hell 4 a Hustler and Baby Don’t Cry. Baby Don’t Cry, also known as Keep Ya Head Up 2, was the only track off the album to have a music video and was the only single.
E.D.I Mean expressed his thoughts on the matter on last night’s episode of The Dinner Club.
E.D.I Mean Talks Tupac Accuser Ayanna Jackson On The Dinner Club.