Legendary rapper and producer Daz Dillinger has been crafting Hip-Hop classics since the genre’s Golden Era. This section of his exclusive VladTV interview covers a range of topics, including what it was like to work with 2Pac, what he believes
Billy Holiday, daughter of Baltimore, raised not far from where Freddie Gray was killed, sings the hook while Tupac Shakur, who studied at Baltimore's School for the Arts, rhymes during the verse. A remix of "Strange Fruit." Forgotten truth given new life by Pac's haunting baritone from the grave. Show More Summary
Like Kendrick Lamar, Glasses Malone grew up in and around the gang life of Compton, California. And like Kendrick’s To Pimp A Butterfly, Malone’s new single “Thuggin'” is visited by the ghost of Tupac Shakur. It’s also visited by Kendrick himself, and the end result is an excellent rap song. Both MCs deliver tough, raspy […]
With opening words from Tupac. Read more...
With a classic Tupac quote on the intro, Malone and K.Dot speak to the definition of a “thug”. Listen below. Previously: Glasses Malone – Step | Kendrick Lamar – King Kunta (Behind the Scenes)
If holograms are good enough for Tupac and the Turkish prime minister, they should be good enough for everyone. And activists in Spain are looking to use projection tech in a whole new way, creating an army of protesters who aren't,Show More Summary
The presidential hopeful is the latest Republican to burnish his pop culture bona fides to appeal to younger voters
Tupac Shakur's forthcoming biopic, "Tupac," has experienced a slight shift as it was announced last week that “Devil In A Blue Dress” director Carl Franklin has been named to replace John Singleton as the film's director. According to...Show More Summary
Following in the illuminated footsteps of noted iconoclast Tupac Shakur, a protest group in Spain took to the streets on Sunday—in hologram form. To the best of our knowledge it’s the first hologram political demonstration ever. Read more...
According to a former Las Vegas police officer, the last words ever spoken by slain rap great Tupac Shakur (if he is in fact dead) were this simple but profound declaration: "F--k you." Yes, instead of revealing his shooter's identity, however, Tupac's last words were this directive to an officer of the law. Show More Summary
The studio behind the upcoming Tupac Shakur biopic has decided to part ways with director John Singleton. Rather than wallowing in disarray, they immediately replaced him with Carl Franklin. But that hasn't stopped an insider from...Show More Summary
John Singleton recently claimed that his Tupac documentary was “on hold,” but it was announced today that he has been replaced by Carl Franklin. Singleton signed on to Morgan Creek’s untitled biopic in 2014 and planned to rewrite the script as well as produce and direct the film. Singleton directed Tupac in 1993’s Poetic Justice […]
Looks like there are two 2pac biopics on the way.
"Tupac was much more than a hip-hop artist; he was a black man guided by his passions." Read more...
Less than a week after filmmaker John Singleton said the long-in-the-works Tupac Shakur biopic was "on hold," the director has severed his ties to the film. He addressed his exit on Instagram, accompanied by a picture of an article claiming that director Carl Franklin (Out of Time, Homeland, House of Cards)...
John Singleton Reveals Reason He Isn’t Directing Tupac Film We broke it here first! John Singleton was replaced as director of the upcoming ‘Tupac’ biopic by Carl Franklin. Now Singleton is speaking out about why. John Singleton recently released this
First it was Tupac, then Michael Jackson... now, the latest dearly departed celebrity to return in digital form is Selena. Twenty years after her murder, the Latin singer's family has announced that she'll be "performing" on the Selena...Show More Summary
Despite rumors to the contrary, the Tupac Shakur movie is not dead, but it is on hold. John Singleton, who was set to direct, said that he was putting the film on hold. The Atlanta-Journal Constitution quotes Singleton as saying about the Tupac film, “You just want to get it right. Show More Summary
All eyez are on Carl Franklin now. The "Devil in a Blue Dress" director has replaced John Singleton at the helm of "Tupac," the long-gestating biopic about rapper Tupac Shakur.
Twenty years after her murder, Selena Quintanilla-Pérez will sing again with a hologram, her family announced on Tuesday. But unlike previous controversial holograms for Tupac and Michael Jackson, this one will come in deluxe edition. Called "Selena the One," the hologram (which sounds a hell of a lot like a... More »