01) Intro 02) New York State Of Mind - 2pac Feat Nas Jay-Z 03) Juice - 2pac Feat Big L Big Pun 04) Interlude - 2pac Speaks On Father Figures 05) Nothin Like The Ol Skool - 2pac Feat Slick Rick 06) What You Do To Me - 2pac Feat The Notorious BIG 07) Interlude - Shock G Speaks On Biggie Vs Pac 08) Life Of A Bastard - 2pac Feat Saigon Treach 09) I Never Change - 2pac Feat Jadakiss The Game C 10) Interlude - Treach Speaks On Groupie Luv 11) If I Dont Make It Back - 2pac Feat Joe Budden J 12) Interlude - 2pac Speaks On Bush 13) The Answer - 2pac Feat Beanie Sigel Cassidy 14) Dear Mama Part II - 2pac Feat Eminem 15) Interlude - 2pac Speaks On What His Mother Taught 16) Thatz Me - 2pac Feat Young Buck Tony Gammz You 17) Interlude - Shock G Speaks On Pac Bein Pac 18) I Can Only Be Me - 2pac Feat Kanye West Ginuwin 19) Games We Play - 2pac Feat Trey Songz Dr Dre 20) Black Cotton - 2pac Feat Juvenile TI 21) Interlude - 2pac Mack Mode 22) Pretty Brown - 2pac Feat Scarface Paul Wall 23) Comin On Strong - 2pac Feat Andre 3000 Snoop Do
December 31, 2017 Subject:
Where We've Been and Where We're Going
2 Pac was one of the best rap/hip hop artist of the 90s. Listening to his music today in 2017 reminds me where we've been as a black culture, growing up when rap and hip hop was in it's (is it safe to say) infant stages. Many young black men we're getting shot and killed or in jail because of drugs and gang violence. Music became sort of an escape for many young black artist. We have come along way since then as we still have a ways to go, but we are getting there. 2Pac and Biggie became a voice for many young black men, and their deaths broke the cycle of an era, and music became that way out for many young black men.