tupac all eyez on me album

Tupac’s Double Album All Eyez On Me Released, Outlawz Debut

Tupac debut’s his double cd, All Eyez On Me. The album was Tupac’s first on Death Row Records and would debut the Outlawz.

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February 13, 1996 Tupac released his fourth studio album titled All Eyez On Me.. The album was Tupac’s first since joining Death Row Records and was also Tupac’s first double cd. After signing a contract with Death Row in prison, releasing a double album in All Eyez On Me, positioned Tupac an album short of completing his 3 album agreement.

All Eyez On Me produced five singles each with a music video the most from any Tupac album. More than any of Tupac’s posthumous albums as well. Two of these singles hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with How Do U Want It and California Love. The album itself would reach many heights on the charts. All Eyez On Me landed #1 on both the Billboard 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. The album would also reach diamond status in sales in 2014.

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Much of the album saw production by Johnny J. Johnny J produced songs such as How Do U Want It, Picture Me Rollin and All Eyez On Me. Daz Dillinger also made an impact on the album with songs like 2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted and I Ain’t Mad At Cha. All Eyez On Me featured various artists including many of his new label mates such as Dr.Dre, Snoop Dogg, The Dogg Pound and Nate Dogg. Other featured contributions were the Redman, Method Man and the debut of the Outlawz.

Previously on Tupac’s Me Against The World album, Dramacydal made their mark. Consisting of EDI Mean, Kastro, Kadafi and Napoleon, they would be featured ironically on a song titled Outlaw. While in prison Tupac would go on to form the Outlawz. With the help of Kafafi in bringing Hussein Fatal and Young Noble, the Outlawz would be complete and consist of 7 members. Tupac, Kadafi, EDI, Young Noble, Hussein Fatal, Kastro and Napoleon.

EDI Mean in interview with VLAD TV would discuss the meaning for their alias as they formed the Outlawz. “He was like nah, We gon take actual people that we know this country despises. You know what I mean, because we feel as the young black male we are despised in this country. We gon take it a step further and put it even more in their face.”

All Eyez on Me would go on to win best Rap Album of the Year at the 1997 Soul Train Music Awards.

Below Tupac can be seen with Papa G as they discuss the art work for Tupac’s iconic All Eyez On Me album.

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