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
The Tupac-inspired musical Holler If Ya Hear Me closed on Sunday after only 55 performances and a month on Broadway. The show starred Saul Williams, who talked to Rolling Stone about the musical’s closing and put the blame on a lot of people. First, he tackled the helpful Broadway ticket-selling TKTS workers for being honest [...]
By Michael A. Gayed: "Reality is wrong. Dreams are for real." - Tupac Shakur Last week was an important one from the standpoint of many intermarket relationships. Homebuilder stocks (NYSEARCA:XHB) continued to badly underperform the S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SPY) as housing starts missed by the most since 2008. Show More Summary
Jon Caramanica and Charles Isherwood discuss “Holler if Ya Hear Me,” the musical based on the work of Tupac Shakur, and what its failure means for hip-hop on Broadway.
Big-Deal American Art Show at the Walmart Museum to Include Susie Lee and Dan Webb: Today, Randy Kennedy of the New York Times reported about the lineup of artists for Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art's much-talked-about upcoming...Show More Summary
Looks like the doomed Tupac musical will have a pal to commiserate with in Broadway Musical Heaven: The New York Times reports that Rocky the Musical, based on the 1976 Sylvester Stallone movie, will end its U.S. run August 17th (the original German incarnation, Hamburg's Rocky das Musical, is still... More »
"Rocky the Musical" will close on Aug. 17, producers announced, making it the second show in as many days to be knocked out by poor ticket sales in the wake of weak reviews. Word came on Monday that the Tupac Shakur musical, "Holler If Ya Hear Me," will close on Sunday.
Preferring that something as base as gangsta rap not sully the grand theatrical tradition of plays based on movies from TNT’s afternoon lineup, Broadway has roundly rejected Holler If Ya Hear Me, forcing the Tupac Shakur-inspired musical to close after a mere six weeks. Show More Summary
After struggling to find an audience on Broadway, the musical "Holler If Ya Hear Me" will close Sunday at the Palace Theatre in New York after running for less than two months.
After six weeks on stage, Holler If Ya Hear Me, the Broadway musical inspired by rapper Tupac Shakur’s music, is closing on Sunday, July
The musical, “Holler if Ya Hear Me,” which is based on the work of the late rapper Tupac Shakur, will close on Sunday after a run of less than two months.