Клипы - 2Pac - World Wide Dime Piece - (Unreleased OG) - (feat. Greg Nice, Capital LS, Asu & Snoop Dogg)

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Tupac: World Wide Dime Piece - (Unreleased OG) - feat. Greg Nice, Capital LS, Asu & Snoop Dogg
**Notorious 25-year-old gangsta MC and actor Tupac Shakur was shot and killed before he had a chance to fulfill the promise of a successful career in both fields. He was born in New York City and his mother, Afeni Shakur, was a member of the Black Panther Party. Shakur spent much of his youth in Harlem, then Baltimore, Maryland. In 1988 his family moved to Oakland, California, where he first gained notice as an MC in 1991 with the group Digital Underground. Later that year, he released a solo album, "2Pacalypse Now." Filled with violent lyrics that promoted cop killing and misogyny, it earned both notoriety and acclaim for fans of the genre. Shakur began his acting career in the late 1980s with an appearance on the television series "A Different World" (1987). He made his feature film debut in 1992 with the film Juice (1992) and followed it up, co-starring with Janet Jackson, in Poetic Justice (1993) in 1993. Shakur had a certain charisma that always made him stand out in his films. This was especially true in Gridlock'd (1997) which proved that the versatile young artist had the makings of being a major star. Unfortunately, he was murdered during a drive-by shooting outside a Las Vegas, Nevada, hotel a few months before its release.**
Fatcs you may or may not know about Tupac:
-Tupac is listed as the most successful gangsta MC in the "Guinness Book of World Records."
-Jim Carrey was his favorite actor.
-Was cast in the movie Woo (1998), but was shot five days before principal photography began.
-Was originally cast in Menace II Society (1993) but was fired after a physical altercation with director Allen Hughes.
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