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2Pacalypse Now

by 2Pac

2Pacalypse Now by 2Pac

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2Pacalypse Now

by 2Pac

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Label: Interscope
2Pacalypse Now sounds like a kid busting off his first Uzi: It's thrilling, erratic and a bit dangerous. Digital Underground member 2Pac spends much of his debut railing against crooked cops ("Violent") and imagining himself leading a futile prison break ("Soulja's Story"). The music, produced by DU's the Underground Railroad, is noisy and chaotic, and some tracks like the melodramatic "Brenda's Got a Baby" sound a bit dated. Highlights include "Trapped" and "If My Homie Calls," while "Part Time Mutha" addresses 2Pac's mother and former Black Panther activist Afeni Shakur.

About This Album

2Pacalypse Now sounds like a kid busting off his first Uzi: It's thrilling, erratic and a bit dangerous. Digital Underground member 2Pac spends much of his debut railing against crooked cops ("Violent") and imagining himself leading a futile prison break ("Soulja's Story"). The music, produced by DU's the Underground Railroad, is noisy and chaotic, and some tracks like the melodramatic "Brenda's Got a Baby" sound a bit dated. Highlights include "Trapped" and "If My Homie Calls," while "Part Time Mutha" addresses 2Pac's mother and former Black Panther activist Afeni Shakur.

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About This Album

2Pacalypse Now sounds like a kid busting off his first Uzi: It's thrilling, erratic and a bit dangerous. Digital Underground member 2Pac spends much of his debut railing against crooked cops ("Violent") and imagining himself leading a futile prison break ("Soulja's Story"). The music, produced by DU's the Underground Railroad, is noisy and chaotic, and some tracks like the melodramatic "Brenda's Got a Baby" sound a bit dated. Highlights include "Trapped" and "If My Homie Calls," while "Part Time Mutha" addresses 2Pac's mother and former Black Panther activist Afeni Shakur.