Tupac Shakur

Mutulu Shakur, a Black nationalist leader and stepfather to Tupac "2Pac" Shakur, has been freed from prison after serving 36 years.

The death of 2Pac aka Tupac Shakur remains a mystery. A pair of Las Vegas podcasts is offering $100,00 for information on 2pac's killer.

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.

The podcast game continues to unveil some unknown gems regarding some of the biggest moments in Hip-Hop history. This time we get further context on why two Rap titans were at odds.

Snoop Dogg should not only be recognized as a legendary MC but as someone who played a very important role in the west coast vs east coast rivalry. He recently detailed some very key moments during that time.

The economic downturn is hitting millions very hard. Even Tupac Shakur filed for unemployment, in Kentucky.

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.

Tupac back…well sort of. A white man with the same name as the late rapper, Tupac Shakur, was arrested in Tennessee, and he is living his best “thug life.”

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 […]

Fans will go for just about any bit of memorabilia personally tied to their idols. For example, an old prison ID of Tupac Shakur is going up for auction.

Director Allen Hughes has struck a deal with the estate of Tupac “2Pac” Shakur to bring forth the development of a five-part documentary series around the late rapper.