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Tupac Shakur was a very influential person in 20th century USA He was born on June16 1971 in Brooklyn New York and died on September 13 1996 in Las Vegas Nevadaunknown author no title no page letter code C But his family moved around a lotwhile he was a kid Bastin JD He eventually ended up in the Bay Area California aloneand spent his first two years there homeless unknown author no title np letter code DHe grew up with only his mom and loved her very much He even wrote a song calledDear Mama to his mom and thanked her for how she tried her best at raising him His public career started when he joined the seminal Bay Area rap ensemble uaoriginal area np He started as a tour dancer but then started rapping live uaoriginal area np From there he released a couple albums and then was offered to bein some movies He became friends with a couple of popular rap artists like Snoop DoggyDogg and Dr Dre Placid np He made some songs and music videos with them thatmade it big on the Billboard charts This really helped his popularity He released a doubleCD with the songs on it and a lot of his own songs and sold millions of copies ua ntnp letter code D More people were influenced to buy his CD People listened to themusic and did what he said he did So Tupac was influencing all of these people Tupac was rich and famous now He was showing off his own style now and didnt needhis popular friends This is the time that many people saw the real Tupac and loved himHe was now very influential to fans They wanted to be just like him He starred in moremovies and could be who he really was He did a lot of interviews that showed his beliefsHe said self esteem and self respect was very important and said
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