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Tupac's 1991 debut and the album that he put him on the map and on the radar of conservative politicians (Dan Quayle criticized the album). Tupac represented the angrier, more political strain of rap that had started with N.W.A. and Public Enemy. It's not exactly a classic, but an important hip-hop album nonetheless. Shock G of Digital Underground did some of the production.
C20T11, How does this relate to the content of this CD?
Another thug from the Ghetto
getting what he deserved.
Amen, No Loss for the Planet.
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