I was a huge ‘Yo! MTV Raps’ so I actually remember watching this interview when it originally aired. Rest In Peace Tupac Amaru Shakur.
Bishop (Shakur), Q (Epps), Raheem (Kain) and Steel (Hopkins), who refer to themselves as “The Wrecking Crew,” are four friends growing up in Harlem. They regularly skip school, instead spending their days hanging out at Steel’s apartment, a neighborhood arcade and also a record store where they steal LPs for Q’s local DJ interests. Generally, they are harassed daily by the police or a Puerto Rican gang led by a gangster named Radames. After witnessing a robbery at the local bar, an aggravated Bishop becomes enthralled […]
Following the recent performance by Tupac at the Coachella Music Festival, the debaters got together for an exclusive sneak peek to see how the technology that brought the rapper ‘back to life’ works. Sanj Surati from Musion Systems explains the process. They then share some of their thoughts regarding the issue, share a stage with Will.i.am and discuss what effects all of this has on the future of live shows. The following are a few of the issues and questions raised during the debate: – How might performances by artists […]
Principal photography is scheduled to begin in late Spring/early Summer on the biopic “TUPAC,”and is currently being cast. The film chronicles the life and legacy of Tupac Shakur, including his rise to superstardom as a hip hop artist and actor, as well as his imprisonment and prolific, controversial time at Death Row Records, where he was steeped in the East coast/West coast rap war. In her support of the upcoming biopic of her late son, Afeni Shakur-Davis said, “I am confident that Morgan […]
Spotted @ The Cocoa Diaries 1XTRA Radio’s Homegrown recently saluted 30 years of Hip Hop with UK acts performing their own renditions of classic tracks by Eric B & Rakim, Lauryn Hill, Tupac, Wu Tang, amongst others. My thoughts on the renditions… an absolute travesty!!!! Nah, only joking. All the artists featured did a pretty decent job. Your thoughts please…..
And so it’s finally come to this…. SMH…. OWN A PART OF HIP HOP HISTORY: 400 + INDIVIDUAL ITEMS ON THE AUCTION BLOCK! The Actual Death Row Records Electric Chair Suge Knight’s Cigars & Engraved Cases Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre’s ‘Source Awards’ Original Paintings & Framed Portraits Tupac Shakur Collectables Framed Gold and Platinum Records Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Versace & Cartier Items Fitness Equipment (The Complete Gym) New & Personal Clothing Office Computers & Furniture Promotional CD’s, Posters, Stickers, Flat’s Etc. 300,000 […]
This will either go straight to DVD or cable television…..