Please listen to this interview.


The first and overall problem is he’s dealing with a rap community/audience and group of humanity that doesn’t understand the philosophy behind his way of thinking.  His words in conversation, songs, and life are beyond what is generally taken from a token black “thug” rapper.  However that package he has put himself in creates a judgment that most will not see past. And rightfully so. For those that give a gander in that mind set will not be able to  respect/relate/appreciate it if they think of him in terms of other “rap artists”.  Bottom line for me is that this man understands a bigger picture. A level of truth. like einstein did. there’s a bigger understanding of being a human behind what 2pac is saying. but i think people dont see that because of the rap, thug, slang, ect thing. 2pac contributed to that confusion for sure i think, But the man was 25 when he died.  a fucking young ass man.  how much have most done in that time? he didn’t rap to rap and exploit bullshit.  he rapped to expresss and make people feel that expression. More honest than anyone. good or bad, nice or ugly, every moment was honest.   i cant say enough about it.  Last line…… R.I.P.  Tupac.   i’m forever grateful.


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One Response to “Please listen to this interview.”

  1. Trina Mitchell Says:

    Yes! he is definately one of THE greatest!! no doubt…

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