The King is back! Sort of. The other day, we wondered if virtual reality will ever make waves in the travel industry. For the music industry, the answer is yes. For those of you who remember when Tupac and Michael Jackson arose from the dead, the same kind of thing is in the works to revive Elvis? career from the grave. Show More Summary
He caught NWA, Tupac, and Biggie--as well as a young Outkast and Cee-Lo--but his favorite rappers to photograph were Kriss Kross. Raymond Boyd shot history again and again and again. Hip hop came to dominate the musical landscape in the early '90s, and by the end of the decade, it was the most popular type of music being made. Show More Summary
Tupac fans were ready to dance on Suge Knight's grave after the music mogul was shot this weekend.
Suge Knight was shot a staggering six times early Sunday morning at Chris Brown‘s pre-VMA party and a longtime friend who was by his side exclusively tells RadarOnline.com… READ ON
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New from PopCrunch: Nearly 20 years after he rode shotgun during Tupac Shakur’s final trip down the Vegas strip, hip-hop mogul Marion “Suge” Knight has once again narrowly cheated The Grim Reaper. Knight was shot multiple times during a star-studded bash at Los Angeles’ ritzy 1OAK night club early Sunday morning. Show More Summary
The deaths of Biggie Small and Tupac Shakur were almost the end of the rap music industry according to the rapper Nas, who remembers how things used to be in the hip hop world. In a related report by The Inquisitr, Biggie Smalls’ wife Faith Evans says the unsolved murder case is “not closed” and
Slocking. It's nothing new. Rappers Kool G and Tupac referenced padlocks in socks years ago. And if softcore adult films on Netflix are your cultural reference points of choice, [spoiler alert] Red got slocked by Vee in the penultimate episode of the second season of "Orange is the New Black."......
Beastie Boy Mike D recently sat for a series of short but packed-full-of-stuff video interviews with Vanity Fair, all of them about the pop culture of the ’90s, a time when Mike and his group were absolute kings. He doesn’t exactly say anything new in these videos, but the way he leaves all this stuff [...]
Jolly Ol’ Hitler keeps reinventing himself after death, and he’s even more gangsta now than Tupac.
Right wing blogger suggests he may be targeted for assassination over Cochran campaign coverage.
The Beastie Boy recalls rap's most tumultuous period.
If there’s one thing true about Tupac, everyone has a story and/or an opinion on him, even nearly 18 years after his death. Mike D of the Beastie Boys sat down with Vanity Fair when the topic of the now legendary and infamous “East Coast/West Coast” feud was brought up. “It still boggles my mind that it escalated so fast,” Mike said.
Joey Fama, serving 32 years to life for the murder of 16-year-old Yusuf Hawkins, reveals how he and Tupac hit it off behind bars—and how his view of race changed.
I still remember the first time I heard Tupac’s All Eyez On Me. It was February 13, 1996, the day the album was released. I only remember that it was the release date because my uncle was particularly excited: “Pac is fucking back!”Show More Summary
Iggy Azalea killed Tupac Shakur—or, rather, her music killed Holler If Ya Hear Me, the Tupac-inspired musical that recently announced it would end its dismal Broadway run. That’s what Holler star Saul Williams believes, as he tells Rolling...Show More Summary