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The name Tupac Shakur is familiar with everyone He was most remembered for his tremendous impact on the rap music industry Tupac died on September 13 1996 over a so-called West Coast East Coast Rivalry Not only did Tupac Shakur speak his mind in his songs but also in his interviews and public appearances He was not the type of rap artist that started recording in the studio for the fame but rather for the chance to educate the world Still today he is one of the most popular recording artists If you were to visit a record store his albums would be rare to find What is even more rare than his released songs are his unheard and unreleased ones These songs are most craved by any Tupac Shakur fan or rare collector More importantly I would like to talk about the exploitation of Tupac Shakurs death His death was used to springboard record sales books videos and other media hype The number one grosser was record sales The album that attracted a lot of attention from the media was Makaveli The Don Killuminati 7 Day Theory This album was released a few days later after Shakurs death From this album theories were invented that Shakur could still be alive First of all Nicolo Machiavelli was a philosopher who faked his death to deceive his enemies People thought Shakur was doing this in order come back and wreak havoc on his enemies Anyway from this newly released album came bootlegs of Shakurs unreleased creations Long before anyone knew Makaveli volumes were being created They came one after the otherMakaveli 2 3 4 5 and so on Also new albums that were legally created were put out This included a double CD entitled R U Still Down After that came another double CD entitled Tupacs Greatest Hits Within two years two double CDs were released That is roughly eighty songs How could a dead rap
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