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AbstractThis paper goes into different aspects of Tupac Shakurs life I decided to write about Tupac because I have a great interest in his music His lyrics have meaning and touch bases on actual events happing in the ghetto community He is a unique individual who not only worked for the money but to also get the stories of the young people who struggled with everyday life as well a the stories of his own life Tupac was portrayed in the community as a tough thug rapper who just rapped about the struggle which many people assumed was of his own experiences He was actually a poet who connected mentally with his peers and released their emotions through his music for those who didnt understand or see the actions firsthand This paper will explain most of his time in prison and showcase some of his thoughts and reasons for why and what he wrote musically I compare some of his actions to Niccol Machiavelli who is a man who inspire his change after his release from prison in 1995 I discovered that Tupac was an intelligent man who devoted his time and music to the urban community While he is still lived through his music questions are still asked about where he is even in the year of 2013Tupac Shakur a well-known rapper and an outstanding actor is still a name that is actively known in the hip-hop world From starring in movies like Juice and Poetic Justice to having hit songs such as Keep Ya Head Up and Dear Mama he was very much in his prime In this paper I will cover the life of Tupac Shakur go in depth about the phenomenal documentary directed by Lauren Lazin Resurrection touch base on Niccol Machiavelli the man who inspired Tupac to become Makavelli and brought change once he was released from prison and I will conclude with the topic that shocked the world in
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