The legacy of Tupac Shakur will live on forever but now it has a path in the culinary scene. His family has opened a pop up restaurant in Los Angeles.

Now you can own a piece of Hip-Hop history if you have the coins, of course.

When the RZA speaks, Hip-Hop listens. When asked his thoughts on 2Pac and The Notorious B.I.G. as MC’s his vote went to Makaveli.

Lil Baby has proven to be one of the genre's best and brightest stars who is still continuing to improve, prompting a debate of whether or not he is this generation's version of the late Tupac Shakur.

It seems 2Pac had a way with ladies that few men on earth will be able to relate to. Miss Jones has hinted that she and Monie Love shared the late great MC in a night of passion.

While it is shocking to ponder that Pac has been gone for a quarter of a century, Hip-Hop Twitter is currently celebrating the late rapper, poet, and actor on what would've been his 50th birthday.

When Mike Tyson speaks people listen. In a recent Q&A, the boxing great reveals that he feels to blame for one of the culture’s biggest losses with the passing of 2Pac.

While we have been afforded several documentaries and a biopic film it seems we have yet to get the entire 2Pac story. One west coast songstress has just added another curve ball regarding his plans.

As Tupac’s name continues to live past his untimely death speculation continues to surround him. One film maker thinks he might be living his best life in the Land of Enchantment.

The late Tupac “2Pac” Shakur has ebene immortalized in art pieces many times over since his tragic 1996 death. A photo depicting Pac’s likeness made rounds over the weekend with many noticing that the work looked nothing like the late rapper.

Jerry Foxhoven, a former government official in Iowa, was asked to leave his job a day after sharing lyrics via the company email account quoting the late Tupac “2Pac” Shakur. Foxhoven, a 66-year-old white man, was such a 2Pac fanatic that he made even handed out “thug cookies” and often signed off his emails with […]

Just over a year ago, Hip-Hop lost one of its rising young stars in XXXTentacion to murder and fans are still reeling over the unfortunate incident. Lil Pump, himself a star in the making and hailing from the late rapper’s home state, made a statement that compared XXXTentacion to the late 2pac.