We can even remember the hardcore records like Bury Me A G, and then zigzag right back to the soft encouraging tunes like Keep Your Head Up, which focuses on enlightening young people.
The music video featured Pac’s high school buddy Jada Pinkett Smith. While reminiscing about her friend in later interviews she breaks down in tears. “It was beyond friendship for us...
It’s really difficult to explain because, the type of relationship we had, you only get that once in a lifetime so, he was like a brother, father figure for me, very protective. We gave each other a lot.”
Pac’ will be remembered for his ability to bounce back from being all about “thug life” to wholeheartedly caring about the issues of society. The fact that he was well educated beyond his years will not go unnoticed.
His last album Pac’s Life was released in 2006, no word yet if there will be another Tupac Shakur album.
On the 15th year anniversary of his death, take with you his messages and always remember the sacrifices he made to keep you informed.
“I’m a solider, I’ll always survive, I’ll constantly come back, the only thing that can kill me is death and even then my music will live forever.”