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on December 19, 1998
this guy sounds EXACTLY like the late Tupac Amuru Shakur. His style and voice frighteningly enough resemble 2pac's. Some say he is, but I am one of those who doesn't believe he is....The Cd is great though, if I could give it more than 5 stars, I would. Let me Holla At Cha is a tight song, as well as World Fulla Killaz. If you like 2pac as much as I do, you'd go out and buy this CD. 2pac or not, its still a bad a** CD.
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on September 4, 2006
i almost thought this was pac but then i saw da pic of this guy. i also noticed b4 i seen da cover how da voice is slighter higher pitched at some points and he never talks about da outlawz or yells "westside!" or even talks about thug life. "let me holla at cha" had a pac style beat and feel 2 it, like pac really did survive da shootin. some of pacs songs have been fast tho(remember "i wonda if heaven got a ghetto", "holla if ya hear me" and da dre/aftermath diss off some 2000 compilation.) and what puzzles me is even wit soundin like pac, blac haze is still unknown!
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on March 27, 2006
2Pac was a real poet. His rhymes were amazing, they were complex, and the topics he chose to talk about were important. Blac Haze on the other hand just talks about weed, hoes, money and how tough he is. Not just that but his style is too elementary to be Pac. So how the hell can anyone mistake this guy for 2Pac? Compare their lyrics and you'll see a huge difference. This guy's an imposter with that album title. If it was really Pac he'd be saying something important, but I have not heard a single important thing on this album.

"You know it's funny when it rains it pours

They got money for wars, but can't feed the poor" - (The Real Tupac Shakur)
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on September 8, 2000
People were sayin Blac Haze was Tupac and that Tupac is still alive. Blac Haze May kinda sound like Tupac, but Blac Haze doesnt rap about things like Tupac, so im sayin this aint Pac and your kinda stupid for thinkin it ever was. On the album Re-Sa-Rec-Shun there are some really good songs on it like "Let Me Holla At Cha" which is a remix of an disco song, "Imma Die A Hustla" is a soft song kinda like a Pac Style, "Paper Chase" is another good one. If you like Tupac doesnt mean you will like Black Haze cuz there beats are completly different and lyrics, but if i waz u i would buy it just to hear Blac Haze.
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on July 27, 1999
Man, this guy sounds so much like 2pac I sometimes think its really him but if you listen closely you can tell the difference. Still, this CD is HOT, not just because he sounds a whole lot like Pac but also the songs are all off the heezy and the beats are bumpin. What this boy needs is to get his ass to sign with a big label like def jam or death row cause these ekg guys are nobodies...
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on April 9, 1999
The Tupac Shakur-soundalike Blac Haze has come through with an impressive debut album. His voice and lyrics sound very much like Tupac (the first time I heard "I Remember Mom" I thought it was Tupac, but then I thought "Tupac's mom ain't dead...) It's a very good album. If you like west/south-side rap you should get it immediately.
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on December 29, 2000
You All Keep Sayin Blac Haze Is Tupac and That Blac Haze Sounds Like Tupac, But Half Of You Havent Even Heard A Damn Song off The Album. Yall Have Probally Heard About 2 Songs Off The Album. The Song "Paper Chase," Is a Hard Song Were Blac Haze RAP's Angry. In That Song If You Have Heard It You Would Know That Blac Haze Doesnt Sound A Thing Like Tupac, He Just Has A Real Deep Voice. Blac Haze Had Made A Cover For the Single "Let me Holla At Cha," Blac Haze Was In A Trench Coat Covered Up Wit A Hat on His Head, and There Was Alot Of FOG and There Was A grave Sayin Somethin About Tupac Is He Dead Or alive. Well They Wouldnt Let Blac Haze Release That. The Reason Why The Were Trying To Make Him 2pac was Just For Album Sells, So If You Thought Blac Haze Was Tupac Everyone Would Go Buy The CD. Blac Haze Isnt Tupac, Blac Haze Kinda Sounds Like Him, And You Can Tell Them Apart If You Listen To Alot Of 2pac. Im Disapointed In All Of You For Even Saying This Was Tupac, Thats Like Dissing Tupac. If You Are A True Tupac Fan You Know This Aint PAC. This Is A Great Album, But For All Of You That Think this Is Tupac, Then This Is Tupac's Worst Album. Tupac Would Never Make A Album Like This, Blac haze RAPS About Stuff That Tupac never Talked About, Blac Haze Beats Are Different. Well Anyways Back To The CD, Standout tracks Like "Get On Down," "Let Me Holla At Cha," "Paper Chase," "Imma Die A Hustla," and "Do U Wanna Ride," Make Blac Haze A great Rapper. If You Don't Have this Album Get it just To hear him. By The Way that Guy That Said Blac Haze Was A West Coast Rapper He Aint, He From Miami.
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on September 29, 2000
I have heard the rumor that Blac Haze is Pac. I do agree that they sound alike, but Haze aint pac. One thing is for sure though, Haze is a west coast artist. I would recommend this CD to anyone. Its Tight as hell.
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on June 28, 2006
Ok let me say this. Basically we all agree 2pac vanished,died mysteriously, w.e the case may be. Maybe this is Pac maybe it isn't who knows. This could be him or this could be some random guy who is using this to try to sell records. but if most agree pac vanished maybe you people just can't accept the fact that this might be Pac. Mayb we are just afraid this could be him. As for me i know he sounds different this and that but i believe it is him. Hopefully by 2007 somethign will happen pac will come out and we will kno the truth !
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on July 10, 1999
Ayo for real this album is tight...Hes similiar to Pac but there is a noticable difference, Haze even talks about how Pac is a legend on the skit before I'ma Die A Hustler. If you order this album from here make sure to pick up "Let Me Holla At Cha" and "World Fulla Killaz" singlez cuz Let Me Holla At Cha original in my opinion is better than the cd version and the two cuts on World FUlla Killaz single (World Fulla Killaz and Live 4 Me) are two tight tracks that were left off this album.... Peace
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