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2Pac may be dead, but his spirit and his music live on!
on February 5, 2000
On each album 2Pac proves again and again that he's the greatest rapper ever born. A creative genius, a poet... So veratile. He can go from gangsta harcore rap to social consious issues. And you get it all on this album too. The production is straight West Coast and is just excellent. QDIII, 2Pac, Johnny J, Darryl Big D Harper, Kurupt, Daz and others did a hell of a job behind the boards. The only thing that bothers me on the album is the Outlawz. See, except for E.D.I. they all aren't that talented and most of the times I don't like there verses. But still, it takes just a bit from the album, since 2Pac is the one dominating. He has the longest verse on each song (or sometimes 2 verses) and he also does the hooks and the talking. You feel 2Pac all over the album. There're some really remarkable tracks on the album and they're too many so I won't talk about which ones they are. It's just all of them. Tupac Shakur, a true soulja, just rips it up all over this album and you can feel the heart and emotion he puts in each song. It's just something unique to him, and although so many wanna-bees try to bite his style (Master P, DMX, Tha Realest, C-Murder... should I go on?...) he's the only one, the true playa... The realest one, the one and only. I'd like to thank you, Pac, for another masterpiece. Rest in peace, soulja.